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Dream Ride aids Special Olympians

Dream Ride

Australia’s first Dream Ride to raise money for Special Olympians will be held in conjunction with the MotorWorld show at Sydney Motorsport Park in December.

About 15 of these Dream Rides have been held in the SA, but this first Australian Dream Ride on Sunday, December 4, 2016. It will start at two iconic Aussie locations – Mt Panorama and Sydney Opera House – and pass several other iconic sights.

The ride finishes at Sydney Motorsport Park with a lap of the famous circuit. More than 1000 bikes are expected to participate.

Money raised goes to Special Olympics Australia and Special Olympians will be accompanying the ride in classic and exotic cars.

It costs $55 to register which includes a patch for their leathers and covers the $49 entry to MotorWorld Sydney.

Riders can also make a donation and are encouraged to fundraise to help Special Olympics Australia provide opportunities for people with an intellectual disability to achieve their personal best through meaningful sports programs.

Dream Ride
Dream Ride ambassador Brendan “Jonesy” Jones with Special Olympics Australia athletes and CEO Corene Strauss

The four-day MotorWorld Sydney includes displays of cars and BMW motorcycles and ends with the Dream Ride.

There will also be live performances by former Icehouse front man Iva Davies, country music star Amber Lawrence, Australia’s leading urban/pop group Justice Crew and The Voice star Adam Ladell.

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