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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 heads back to the Superbikes in 2019!

Black Dog Ride heads back to the Superbikes in 2019!

In February 2019, hundreds of Black Dog Riders will be once again making some noise for mental health, en route to Phillip Island. Black Dog Ride is pleased to advise that it has renewed its place as the Official charity partner for the Australian Yamaha Finance Round of the 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, to be held in February 2019 at Phillip Island. This marks the second year we've been involved. Join us on the ride and trackside...

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Post Me To Splendour!

Post Me To Splendour!

A handful of West Aussies are riding from West to East on the iconic Posty Bike to support Black Dog Ride's mission of riding to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention, culminating in a celebration of their achievements at Byron Bay's Splendour in the Grass music festival.

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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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