Beating the odds for kids cancer

There are countless stories of people being involved in life-changing accidents who are then challenged by what they are no longer able to do.

Paralysed and told he would never walk again.

Take Corey Kangan, 26 from Ashfield, he was told he’d never walk again after suffering a near fatal accident in 2019 which left his lower body paralysed.

But with sheer determination, guts and a whole lot of support, Corey has taken to the pedal and has ridden 400km in the Great Cycle Challenge to fight kids’ cancer.

‘I feel awesome about being able to help this great cause, and with everything, I am achieving,’ said Corey. 

Cancer is the largest killer in children.

In Australia, cancer is the single largest killer of children from disease, with over 600 children being diagnosed with cancer every year and sadly, three die every week.

The Great Cycle Challenge community of 79,047 riders from all six states and two territories have ridden a total of 21,424,695km, raising a total to date of $27,141,846 in support of research to develop better treatments and find a cure for childhood cancer.

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