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All three challenges require a different level of fitness but with correct, committed training over an extensive period of time, they are achievable for anyone to complete. While the rides are not a race, riders must be able to maintain an average speed of about 23km p/hour (Supreme and Ultimate) and 25 km p/hour (Hardcore) and have sufficient strength and cardio fitness to ride over undulating roads. It is one thing to be able to ride 100km in a day, but the ability to back that up over many consecutive days is a very different level of fitness both physically and mentally. The fitter you are, the more you can enjoy the many team challenges and enjoy the social aspects of the rides.
To complete the event you:
- MUST have a Road Bike and use cleats.
- All bikes MUST be serviced within 2 weeks of the ride.
- All bikes MUST have one of the designated tyres on them or you will not be permitted to ride.
- All luggage MUST be kept to a minimum and within size and weight standards.
Each individual rider must raise a minimum of $4,000.00 to take part in the Camp Quality 1,000 Ks for Kids rides (except the Hardcore rides). Any shortfall from this amount will need to be paid personally by the participant prior to the ride commencement. Camp Quality has numerous fundraising options available to help all participants reach their target – all you need to do is ask. Support Crew participants are required to raise a minimum of $1,500.00. In return for this, you will receive all accommodation, food, riding jerseys, polos and rain jacket.
Once you register, we have the ability for you to set up your own Supporter Page on Everyday Hero where you can add a short personal story about yourself and explain why you are taking part in the Camp Quality 1,000 Ks 4 Kids ride. You can post updates, images and videos of what you’re doing and share these with your friends on social media to help get the word out. So, don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and ask people to donate to your page. Your friends, family and wider networks will think what you are doing to raise money for children who are living with cancer is great, so ask them to help you and thank them when they do straight from your Supporter Page on Everyday Hero.
Monies donated to Camp Quality by individuals are generally tax deductible, provided they qualify as a donation, that is, the donor can prove that they have received no value in return for the donation.
Your accommodation and majority of your meals are included in your registration. Each evening riders and support crew stay in Hotels (pubs). These are typically shared accommodation. Three meals per day are provided and some snacks – participants need to purchase their own drinks and any extra meals or incidentals they require.
Yes. Please be aware that Camp Quality holds NO ambulance coverage for you in relation to the Ride HOWEVER our procedure (should you be injured, other than basic scratches and bruises) will be to call an ambulance. A trip in an ambulance can be very costly. Please note it is the individual’s responsibility to have their own insurance and ambulance cover.
We have around 20 wonderful Support Crew members on the Ride who are there to ensure everyone has a safe, organized and fun Ride. There are Massage Therapists, a Doctor, Nurse, Bike Mechanics, Logistics Crew, Supply Crew, PR and Media Team and Fun Therapists. The Support Crew support riders on route, assist Event Co-Ordinators as required, drive the culture of the event and uphold and enforce the safety and values of Camp Quality. They are the backbone of the ride and are AMAZING!