On November 17 2013, cyclists will embark on tackling six of the toughest climbs the Victorian alps have to offer in one day.
Riders will ride to raise support for charity: water
to help end the world water crisis. For more information about charity: water & their vitally important work, visit charitywater.org
Starting their first pedal stroke before dawn, the cyclist will continue to ride well in to the evening.
With over 165km of pedalling and 6922 vertical meters of climbing at an average gradient of over 4%, the mountains will try to destroy the riders.
There is no denying that this ride is brutal and challenging. What would possibly motivate a
cyclist to ride the Six Summits?...
Water. This is why we ride.
*NB* cyclists will be transported between summits