Ashley Withers

I am taking part in the 2022 MS Brissie to the Bay to join the fight against multiple sclerosis.

Together, we are raising funds to show our support. Your donation will make a huge impact to change the lives of people living with MS.

Did you know:

  • On average, more than 10 Australians are diagnosed with MS every week

  • The average age of diagnosis is just 30 years of age.

  • Three out of four Australians with MS are women

Your support will help fund essential services for almost 4,000 Queenslanders living with MS. These services include our NeuroAssist information line, specialist nursing services, wellness programs, and financial support. Your support will also power research into better treatments, and with your support, our hope is that one day there will be a cure for MS.

Please DONATE to support our ride to help ensure no one faces MS alone.

My Activity Tracking


My target 0kms

What you've unlocked so far Ashley

Made a personal donation

Uploaded a Profile Picture

Shared My Page on Socials

Send an Email to Friends and Family

Raise $250 Free Entry

Raise $500 Sun Sleeves

50% of Fundraising Goal

Reached $1,000 Club

Reached Fundraising Goal

Increased My Fundraising Goal

Linked My
Fitness App

Half Way to
Distance Goal

3 Day Streak

5 Day Streak

Thank you to my sponsors


Helen Tomlin


Stephen Morton

Great to see you going around again, Ash. We hope you are even happier with this years ride than last years.


Paul Campbell

Hope your wheels spin freely, and that the body pulls up well post ride. Great effort!



Stay Aero mate


Ashley Withers


Tilahun Desalegn

All the best Ashley! Go gettem!


Mick Bladin

Go hard mate 👊


Joanne Klein

Ride like the wind Ash


The Swain Family

Helping people living with MS is a really worthwhile cause to support Ash. Have a great ride and do MS Qld and the CBCR proud.


Ruth & Liliana


Ralph And Susan


Jo Hardcastle



Go Dad! But maybe not QUITE as far as last time, hey? Good on you for fundraising yet again despite the complexities of this year.


Campbell Allan

Good on you Ashley. All the best with your ride.


Alma Hume