Long road to cancer recovery

RIDE AS ONE: Leukaemia Foundation's Ride as One team (from back left) Greg Kennedy, Ian Clark, Simon Engel, Russell Collins, Elliott Jones, Elisa and Steve Lawrie, Travis Turnbull, Prue Forster, Sam Rothall, Tania Clark and Di Ind. Absent: Josephine Patzel and Kent Collins. 	  Picture: BRITTANY DENTON

RIDE AS ONE: Leukaemia Foundation's Ride as One team (from back left) Greg Kennedy, Ian Clark, Simon Engel, Russell Collins, Elliott Jones, Elisa and Steve Lawrie, Travis Turnbull, Prue Forster, Sam Rothall, Tania Clark and Di Ind. Absent: Josephine Patzel and Kent Collins. Picture: BRITTANY DENTON

TWO groups of determined South East cyclists will don matching lycra and ride as one as they set off on a 1070km journey from Melbourne to Adelaide this weekend.

The Leukaemia Foundation's Ride as One event will raise funds to better the lives of people living with blood cancer.

Riders will leave St Kilda tomorrow and ride through Lorne, Warrnambool, Mount Gambier, Robe and Meningie before arriving at the Leukaemia Foundation's village in Adelaide on May 5.

For the full story see today's print edition of The Border Watch or subscribe to our eEdition at eedition.borderwatch.com.au

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