Benefits of Murray to Moyne ride almost revealed

KEAYS TO SUCCESS: (back) Murray Payne, Gwen Pilgrim, Sue Madden, Jonathan Cox, Johan Debast, Alex Lesniowska, Raelene Lesniowska, Clive Keays, Joan Roberts and  Ken Roberts; (front) Neville Cox, Garry Wilson, David Dower, Lenore Brophy, Tim Chandler and Darren Broadbent.

KEAYS TO SUCCESS: (back) Murray Payne, Gwen Pilgrim, Sue Madden, Jonathan Cox, Johan Debast, Alex Lesniowska, Raelene Lesniowska, Clive Keays, Joan Roberts and Ken Roberts; (front) Neville Cox, Garry Wilson, David Dower, Lenore Brophy, Tim Chandler and Darren Broadbent.

CYCLE team Keays to Success hopes to top more than $4000 to provide some luxuries in Beaufort and Skipton Health Service aged care facilities.

The team has almost finished counting their fundraising efforts from last month’s Murray to Moyne relay event, riding from Echuca to Hamilton among 30 teams.

Keays to Success featured three groups of riders, riding 30 kilometres on the road and 60km off. The relay also featured other riders joining in along the way.

Team leader Lenore Brophy said it took a great team effort to get riders ready to hit the road and a great community effort in fundraising support. Money raised aims to help provide little niceties for aged care residents.

Murray to Moyne supports teams’ community health services across Victoria and promotes cycling’s health benefits.