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10th Anniversary Ride & State Rides Coming Up!

10th Anniversary Ride & State Rides Coming Up!

On the 10th Anniversary of the ride that inspired a nation, Black Dog Riders will embark on a 15,696km epic journey of personal discovery and community awareness. Get involved and register for the lap today. State Rides open next week!

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Cromwell Property Group Foundation Proudly Supports Black Dog Ride

Cromwell Property Group Foundation Proudly Supports Black Dog Ride

Last year the Cromwell Property Group Foundation donated $12,000. Recently, Black Dog Ride's gratefully received a $46,670.79 donation from the Cromwell for our suicide prevention projects.

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Vale Don Jupp

Vale Don Jupp

Well known Geraldton local Don Jupp was involved in a fatal traffic accident on Sunday 17th March. “Don, better known as Juppy, was a rider all his life. Black Dog Ride was a cause he was passionate about and a cause close to his heart,”

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1 Dayer 2019 Registrations Open!

1 Dayer 2019 Registrations Open!

On the third Sunday of March, Black Dog Ride is uniting together under one banner with one voice on one single day to amplify a national message of hope, awareness and prevention. Help us start the conversation to prevent suicide by joining thousands of Black Dog Riders on 17th March 2019.

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Bumper December 2018 Newsletter Out Now

Bumper December 2018 Newsletter Out Now

With news about our Head Office relocation, a heartwarming story about a cattleman with a passion for suicide prevention, retiring and incoming volunteers and staff, and upcoming rides including the Expressions of Interest for our 2019 Around Australia Ride, take a break from the festive season rush and have a read here.

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Black Dog Ride brings attention to an important health issue, depression and suicide, and does so in a way that that people with lived experience can take part in and even lead, and feel as though they are making a real difference in their communities.

Rosemary Hancock
Bathurst Coordinator

Black Dog Ride Australia

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