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To our valued Sydney 2 CAMberra Community,


We are pleased to announce that we have a date confirmed for our 2020 ride.


The 2020 ride will now be held on Friday 11th September & Saturday 12th September 2020.


We note this date is 5 months away, and none of us know what the situation will be then relating to COVID-19 and the State and Federal Government regulations along with other relevant authority bodies. We will continue to monitor this and ensure we adhere to all current advice across social distancing and hosting training rides and the event.


We hope these new dates will suit all current participants and we look forward to seeing you all again in the near future. If you or anyone you know would still like to ride please make contact with the event organisers, we have a very limited amount of extra jerseys we have on order and may be able to fulfil a small amount of additional registrations.


Please continue to stay safe, take care of one another and continue to post images and videos of your rides to our social pages to keep the training through the winter months.


Your Sydney 2 CAMberra Board and Committee

Sydney 2 CAMberra is a charity ride to support friends and families touched by stillbirth, infant & child loss.

The Sydney 2 CAMberra Charity Ride was created after a young Sydney couple lost their son Cameron through stillbirth.


The tragic event heavily impacted their life and touched many of their family members and friends, here is their story.

In recognition of Cameron, the Ride aims to raise significant funds, awareness and support of families affected by stillbirth and SIDS.


All funds raised by riders will be donated to The Stillbirth Foundation Australia, Red Nose (formerly SIDS & Kids) and other reputable charities to help support those in need.


2020 Sydney 2 CAMberra Ride

2020 Event

300+ Kms

Our 2020 Sydney2CAMberra ride will follow a similar route to previous years. A King of the Mountains competition will also be included in the 2020 event over 2 days for those looking for an extra challenge!


Erin Molan

Sydney 2 CAMberra is proud to have Erin Molan, Journalist and Presenter, as our Ambassador.


Erin Molan has been a sports reporter and presenter for Nine since 2012, currently reading the Friday and Saturday sport bulletins on Nine News Sydney. A regular on radio in Sydney and Brisbane, she became the first female full-time member of 2GB’s Continuous Call team in 2016 when she joined radio heavyweight Ray Hadley. Molan is a proud ambassador for a number of charities and also spends time mentoring and engaging with young women.


Becoming a new Mum recently herself, Erin feels a strong connection to the Sydney 2 CAMberra cause and is proud to support the great work the Organisation does in raising funds for the Stillbirth Foundation and Red Nose Australia.  She is passionate about helping others and feels this cause is not only vitally important, but one also very close to her heart.


Craig Alexander

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Craig Alexander OAM, as our newest Ambassador.


Craig is a 5-time World Triathlon Champion and 10-time Australian Triathlon Champion.


Husband to Neri, and Father to 3 children: Lucy, Austin and Lani – Craig is first and foremost a family man and is passionate about helping others.


He is proud to support the great work the Sydney 2 CAMberra Organisation does in raising funds for the Stillbirth Foundation and Red Nose Australia.


We welcome Craig as our newest Ambassador and thank him for his time and support as we collaborate on an exciting 2019 for Sydney 2 CAMberra.


Senator Kristina Keneally

Sydney 2 CAMberra is delighted to have the support of Senator Kristina Keneally.

“I am a proud advocate of the Sydney 2 CAMberra Ride and the incredible work they do to support families who have been touched by stillbirth, infant and child loss”.


It is a subject very close to her heart. After the devastating loss of her daughter Caroline to Stillbirth in 1999, Senator Keneally understands the intense grief and loss many parents and families experience through such personal tragedy.


In her first speech to the Australian Parliament in 2018, Senator Keneally highlighted the very real issue we have in Australia – the rate of stillbirths has not shifted for two decades: 2,200 babies are stillborn every year, 6 every day – and her own daughter Caroline, was one of them. She delivered a very heartfelt message: “Our daughter Caroline never drew breath, but she changed me forever. She enlarged my understanding of love and loss, and she taught me to survive. She made me brave, almost fearless.”


In March 2018, Senator Keneally was instrumental in having the Senate Select Committee Enquiry on Stillbirth Research and Education established.




Below are the brave and heart felt testimonials of some of our Sydney2CAMberra families. They share their experiences of Stillbirth and SIDS as well as their involvement with the Sydney2CAMberra rides. If you would like to share your story with us, we would love the hear from you.


Graham and Nadine Belfield


Belinda Hodges, Queensland


Lucas and Gillian Mara


Craig and Heidi Christie