The Sea 2 Summit

The Sea 2 Summit challenge is arguably Australia's toughest and most rewarding single day cycling event. Participants have described it as life changing.

Its demanding route takes riders through breathtaking landscapes and finishes on the summit of Mount Kosziusko. Sea 2 Summit gives cyclists the chance to achieve the extraordinary: to complete this challenging ride and at the same time support children and young people with cancer.

About Sea 2 Summit

The Sea 2 Summit challenge covers 248 km, climbs a total of 5,500 m and traverses some of the most stunning landscapes in south-east Australia. The ride starts on the Sapphire Coast at Merimbula Beach, located about halfway between Melbourne and Sydney. It ends at the summit of Australia’s highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko.

Cyclists who participate in Sea 2 Summit have different fitness levels and come from across the country and all walks of life. They all share a desire to make a valuable and lasting contribution to children and young people with cancer and are committed to fundraising for Redkite.
Together, Sea 2 Summit cyclists have raised over $200,000 to ensure children and young people with cancer, and their families, can access Redkite’s excellent emotional, financial and education support services.


How you can get involved

Join the Sea 2 Summit challenge. Contact Redkite for more information and to register as a cyclist.

 Your donation will inspire riders to achieve their best result for
 children and young people with cancer.

 We need to raise $2500 each to be able to take part, and all
 donations go to Redkite to help children with cancer and
 their families.

 Remember that all donations over $2 are tax deductable!

Donate to Laura Vize
Donate to Emily Petherbridge

Volunteer. From supporting riders to managing food trucks, you can make a valuable contribution. Contact Redkite to learn more about volunteering.

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The above information, images and video all taken from Redkite was formerly known as the Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children in Australia

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