Ian Ivory

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I am taking part in the 2021 MS Brissie to the Bay in June, to join the fight against multiple sclerosis.

I am raising funds to show my support and your donation will make an 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 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 to help ensure no one faces MS alone.

What you've unlocked so far Ian

Made a personal donation

Uploaded a Profile Picture

Shared My Page on Socials

Send an Email to Friends and Family

Raise $250 Free Entry 2022

Raise $500 Microfibre Towel

50% of Fundraising Goal

Reached $1,000 Club

Reached Fundraising Goal

Increased My Fundraising Goal

Joined a Team
Link My
Fitness App

Thank you to my sponsors


Ian Ivory


Cob Campbell


Bev Schofield


Brett Campbell


Volunteer Marine Rescue North Stradbroke Island


Maureen Ivory

Proud of what you are doing.


Warren Francis


Glenn Ferguson

Good onya mate.


Vince Papale


Marie Duff


Rachael Booth


Catherine Powles

Well done Ian!


Wayne Barnard

you don't need encouragement from anyone..


Kelly Esser

Go you good thing


Geoffrey Mcelhinney

Go for it mate


Roger Slinger

On ya bike mate!!


Ann Ivory

Well done Ian.


Stephen Black

Great work Ian


Peter Esser

Good luck Ian


Chris Jones.

Well done Ian. Good luck with the ride.


Don Jackson

Good on you Ian, Have a great ride mate !


Greg Lamprecht

Ian you're an inspiration mate. Raising money for charity all while you have so many health issues of your own. Well done mate.


Aimee Carpenter

Great work!


Jennifer Tout

Hi Ian, good on you for competing again, have fun, Auntie Jenny


Misha Ivory


Rob Kenyon


Neville Brown

Every credit to you Ian for taking on this challenge yet again