The Luke Adams Foundation may seem to have been a little on the quiet side the last few months, but behind the scenes it has been full steam ahead with a new event coming up…
The next event being organised by the foundation is called “Ride for Awareness” and is a bike ride from Perth to Freemantle.
World champion bike rider Luke Durbridge is as passionate as we are about spreading the message on anti-violence and will be participating in the ride as a special guest.
The first ‘Ride for Awareness’ event will take place on the 26th of February. Riders will start from Perth city and make their way to Fremantle, stopping at the café strip for breakfast before riding back again.
Riders in the event will get to mingle with the 20 year old greenEDGE champ, Luke Durbridge over the duration of the event. The foundation will also make sure you are looking the part in Luke Adams Foundation cycle gear.
Please register as a user at imotiva.com using the following link. You will need to confirm your email address in the process before logging in:
Once you have registered you need to select your shirt size/cycle registrations in the imotiva.com shop. REMEMBER, YOU NEED TO REGISTER FIRST.
The cycle outfit packages are listed here, select your size and checkout. You will need to be logged in to order:
You only need to register once with imotiva.com, confirm your email address then you can participate in future Luke Adams Foundation events without having to keep registering.
The Luke Adams Foundation (TLAF) are already on imotiva.com as a Club/Team, you will already be connected to us.
We’re using imotiva.com because it provides us with an effective platform to communicate with you in the future and receive valuable feedback, and also give you points each time you take part in an activity which will get you discounts and rewards from the imotiva.com shop. You’ll even get points for this cycle ride!
This platform will be an important tool for the Luke Adams Foundations programming within the community moving forward.
Thanks for your support.