Hayden McDonald

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My target 600kms

Sponsor me to support People living with MS.

I am taking part in the 2020 MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride to Make A Difference (MAD) as part of our #projectMAD initiative in the fight against multiple sclerosis.

A little smile, a word of cheer, a bit of love from someone near, sharing with family and friends, creating happy memories with those you care are some things that my wife Kellie and I have always believed in life can Make A Difference (MAD). 

I am raising funds to show my support and your donation will make an impact to change the lives of Queenslanders 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
  • It strikes young people in the prime of their lives (3 out of 4 Australians with MS are women) and there is no known cause or cure

Your support will help fund essential services like physiotherapy, occupational therapy, counselling and symptom management, as well as MS research to look for better treatments and ultimately a cure for the disease.

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

What you've unlocked so far Hayden

Made a personal donation

Uploaded a Profile Picture

Shared My Page on Socials

Send an Email to Friends and Family

50% of Fundraising Goal

Increased My Fundraising Goal

Hit My Distance Goal

Reached $1,000 Club

1,000km Club

Linked My
Fitness App

Half Way to
Distance Goal

3 Day Streak

5 Day Streak

Raise $250
Free Entry 2021
Raise $500
Microfibre Towel

Thank you to my sponsors


Mick & Robyn Mcdonald

Pedal hard


Lockwood Family

Enjoy the ride Haydo - feel the burn!


Phill King

Good Luck Haydos with the challenge!!




Hayden Mcdonald



This is a great idea H. You need to live stream your rides!


Michael Krause

Great commitment to a good cause..


Nick Flint

Good work Hayden - power on!


Margaret Straka

Keep those wheel turning.



Go Hayden!


Rae Wood

Good on you Hayden. Keep safe.


James Czornohalan