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RUN OR RIDE TO FIGHT MS THIS AUGUST
With a variety of run and ride distances to choose from, the MS Melbourne Run + Ride Festival, formerly known as the MS Melbourne Cycle + Half Marathon, has something to suit all ages, abilities and fitness levels.
From a 50km bike ride over the West Gate Bridge, to a half marathon finishing under the famous Flemington rose arbour, or even a 2.5km family ride...there is a distance to suit everyone!
REGISTER TO RUN OR RIDE IN THE 2022 MS MELBOURNE RUN + RIDE FESTIVAL AND GO INTO THE DRAW TO WIN A MOMENTUM VIDA E+ LDS 2022 E-BIKE FROM BICYCLE SUPERSTORE, VALUED AT $3,999
HOW IT WORKS
Sign up and choose a distance to run or ride on Sunday 28 August 2022.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Share your challenge with friends and family, and fundraise to support Aussies living with MS!
RUN OR RIDE TO FIGHT MS
Join us at Flemington Racecourse and run or ride to FIGHT MS!
1 in 3 Australians will be directly impacted by multiple sclerosis through a family member, friend or colleague. The uncertainty of what lies ahead after diagnosis can be a difficult experience, and that's why we are here to make sure no one faces MS alone.
HERE'S HOW YOUR SUPPORT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
people sought advice from the MS Plus Advisor and Social Work Advisor Service
connections were made with the MS community through MS PlusConnect
people registered for an educational webinar
By fundraising, you are ensuring the continuation of programs such as MS Plus Connect which provides guidance and support when needed, MS Plus Education, Wellbeing Support Program and MS Plus Advisor programs all helping people living with MS maintain their quality of life, employment and delay disease progression.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and often debilitating disease which attacks the central nervous system. It is the most common neurological disease in young adults and often attacks people at the time of their lives when they are planning families and building a career. Cases of MS are rising and over 25,600 Australians live with the condition, an increase of 4,400 in the past eight years.