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Seven enthusiastic team-members from CAPS Perth headquarters recently participated in the challenging ECU Freeway Bike Hike to raise much needed funds and awareness for the Asthma Foundation WA.
The ECU Freeway Bike Hike is Western Australia’s largest community cycling event and has raised over $1 million in funds since its inception. The event is divided into four rides that each tackle a different level of difficulty with regards to distance and pace.
Paolo Lazzari, Rohan McIntyre, Ethan Liu, Stanley Fan, Brett McIntyre, David Jones and Glenn McIntyre completed the longest event, the ‘Full Hike’ — a 60 KM journey down the Mitchell Freeway finishing at Elizabeth Quay. The team completed the ride in 1 hour and 40 minutes, with an average speed of 35 kilometres per hour.
“The CAPS team did an incredible job this year,” said Glenn McIntyre, Managing Director for CAPS. “It was great ride and terrific to be able to raise money and awareness to the Asthma Foundation.”
This is the 4th year in a row that CAPS has participated in the Bike Hike.
Congratulations to all who participated.
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