Six urbanised businessmen are about to get on their mountain bikes and tackle Western Australia’s Gibb River Road in a gruelling 660 kilometre, life defining, team relay cycling event from Derby to the world acclaimed million acre El Questro Wilderness Park – The Gibb Challenge.
During 14-21 May, Team ‘Spectrum Savers’, consisting of Adam Shephard, Tom Henderson, Jason Hick, Riccardo Vittino, Gary Steinepreis and Rod Davidson, are back for another attempt to complete the gruelling event. While some competitors are fully fit, lycra-clad and serious about cycling, the team is more about fun, friendship and fundraising!
In 2019, this team raised an astonishing, and much needed, $90,000 for Spectrum Space! We’d love for you to get behind them, and with your support, they hope to crack the $100,000!
How to help…visit Gibb River Challenge 2021 to donate. Donations above $2 are tax deductible. Let’s get team Spectrum Savers over the line!
About the Gibb Challenge
The Gibb River Road Mountain Bike Challenge is a gruelling 660 kilometre team relay cycling event along the Gibb River Road – one of the most isolated, roughest, and dustiest roads in Australia! 75 teams (~400 cyclists) start the challenge in Derby on 14 May 2021. The event takes riders through some of Australia’s most spectacular yet challenging country. 4 punishing days later, cyclists ride into the world acclaimed million acre El Questro Wilderness Park.