Sponsor us to support Queenslanders living with MS.

We are taking part in the 2020 MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride to join the fight against multiple sclerosis. We are raising funds to show our 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 and help ensure no one faces MS alone.

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Thank you to our Sponsors


David Hensley


Brad Gray

Awesome cause people - happy riding


Darren & Paula Shelton

Good luck Shane we are very proud of you and your efforts


Barry Brooks

Hope you enjoy the ride Shane!


Susanne Thiele

Well done


Craig Sheather


Chris Sophocleous

Great work Shane.


Simon Halliday

A great cause mate! I’ve been involved with the ride for 5 years, a cracking cause, see you out there, you can take my wheel 🤣🤪


Ted And Robyn Shelton


Hayden Brown


Brad Sayer


Andrew Lynn

Well done Shaneo



You can do it 🚴🏼‍♂️


Madeline Smith


Olivia Whitt


Bec Anderson


Sharni Maclean

Gooooo Wannnnnny!


Alex Profke

Do a wheelie.



One of my best friends brother, who was the only son, passed away from MS - very sad diesease.


Norzaki Mizan


Hannah Dickinson



Good luck Shaneo!


Lissy Gavranich

Great work mate!!


Bahar Najafi

Good luck


Sahar Salehi

Good luck Pegah!


Shane Abell


Pegah Naseh


Lars Aarekol


Leonard Seneviratne


Ewan Thiele


Christopher Symons


David O'connor