Have you ever wanted to try an exciting up and coming sport while raising much needed funds?

Allowing your inner child to kick for a cause…

Did you know, every year over 8,000 families in Australia rely on the support of the Ronald McDonald House to keep their family together while caring for their seriously ill child?
In honour of these brave Australian families, the Australian Footbike Association in conjunction with ARYZTA and Steggles are supporting a unique event to raise funds and allow everyone to try the sport of  footbiking!

Come and see the Australian Footbike Team ride 40km over 3 hours – representing a kick for every family that the Ronald McDonald House supports while their child is in hospital.

Not only will the Australian Footbike Team be racing, other events will be held to cater for absolute beginners to corporate teams, and the hotly anticipated “battle of the bosses”! The Australian Footbike Association and Footbike community are kindly supplying bikes for use on the day for all events – so you don’t even need to own a footbike to participate.

If you are curious and just want to try a few ‘kicks’ around the track without racing, there will be an event for you too!

We are aiming to raise over $10,000 from the event. All funds will go to both the Ronald McDonald House Charities as well as assist in sending the Australian Footbike Team to the Netherlands for the 2018 World Championships.

So why not get your friends and family together and join us on Friday 23rd March for a laughter-filled day of Footbike racing, fun activities, and community spirit.
Entry is open to everyone and no riding experience is necessary.

Kick for Life… Proudly supported by the Australian Footbike Association, ARYZTA and Steggles.



Event Price
Battle of the Bosses $100 per entry
Team Relay (4 people) $200 total per team ($50 per person)
“Have a go” ride $30 per entry
Australian Footbike Team 8000 Kicks $70 per entry. This is to be paid to the AFA and will include a team cycling jersey.

The above entry fees shall be paid as a donation. To donate directly please visit our GoFundMe Page.
Online entries close at 12pm on Friday 9th March 2018. The entry fee includes a sausage sizzle and refreshments, and the footbikes and helmets are provided for the events.
* Registrations for the 8000 Kick Challenge are due by 31st December 2017, to allow time for jerseys to be available.