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The Hawaiian Ride for Youth celebrated its fifteenth year in the best way possible on the weekend, with the riders making their way to Kings Park to the news that they have raised over $2.3 million dollars for Youth Focus.
The charity ride saw a record-breaking 173 riders, 35 female riders, 14 CEO Challengers, the addition of a new Mid-West route, as well as a record number of communities, schools and students visited.
Comprising of months of training culminating into a week of gruelling rides, unbreakable comradery, stories, laughs and tears; the Ride has grown to touch so many, helping fight the battle against mental illness and youth suicide.
Thanks to all the sponsors, riders and support crew for their commitment to make the Hawaiian Ride for Youth one of Australia’s most successful charity events, making it possible for Youth Focus to continue their vital work with our youth to realise their future.
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