Red Sky Ride

Frequently Asked Questions


Here are some answers to questions our users ask.

Registering is easy. Click HERE, select your ride and complete registration.

3 - 6 March 2021

You will be riding over 600kms during the 4 days – with the longest day being the ~190km ride down to the Ferguson Valley. There will be numerous stops along the way, to rest and refuel, with shorter ride options also available for the two days in the Valley.

We will be staying 2 nights in Ferguson Valley and 1 night in Bunbury - with all meals and accommodation included. Accommodation varies between routes, but you’ll have a bed, a hot shower, a great feed and a chance to socialize with the team and local community representatives!

Absolutely! Each route is fully supported by our Support Crew – this includes a medic, bike mechanic, massage therapists, and a Ride Coordinator. There will be a minimum of four support vehicles traveling with the group – everything you need to ensure your safety.

Participants pay a registration fee of $1,300. This covers your training, insurance, riding uniform as well as meals, accommodation and equipment for Ride Week. (There are alternative ride options available – please see further information under ‘Ride’.

  • Full on-road support;
  • 3 night’s accommodation, meals and food on the ride;
  • Pre event training including Exercise Institute package;
  • 2 x premium Italian made cycling kits;
  • 2 x polo shirts;
  • Daily post ride massage service; and
  • The opportunity to make lifelong friends and create cherished memories.

The main objective of the ride is to raise awareness and fundraise for much needed funds to support Solaris Cancer Care. Each rider is required to raise a minimum of $3000 for the 4 Day Ride. Pro rata amounts apply for the alternative ride options.

In 2021, the Red Sky Ride will be celebrating its 14th birthday, with many more to come.

Yes! All riders are required to attend a minimum of 2 training rides per month. Regular attendance is encouraged to build fitness and develop a supportive team.

There is. A formal training ride will be held each Saturday morning for registered riders, commencing 1st November 2020. Additional training will be available, the ride leaders will tailor this to the group/individual.

This Ride is made for you, each year we have riders new to cycling who through the coaching and training program achieve the Extraordinary.

Our team are happy to help you select a bike and appropriate clothing, lots of knowledge is available to you “Just Ask”.

Certainly! There are plenty resources available, and people with fundraising experience involved in the ride that are happy to share their ideas and help with your planning.

We’d love to hear from you. Volunteers are an integral part of the event. Please contact one of our ride coordinators at [email protected] or register through the Web Site.