The 2022 Gibb Challenge: a socially competitive 660 kilometre team relay event raising community awareness and funds for the Kyle Andrews Foundation (KAF). Form a team of between 2-6 riders and up to 2 non-riding supporters to take on the ultimate cycling adventure through the stunning Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Early Bird Rider registration costs are $660 (including GST) and include all your meals, camping, wilderness park fees and an event riding jersey. Non-riding support team members are also $660 (including GST), with the same catering and camping benefits but with an event t-shirt instead of a jersey. Accompanying children under 12 years are FREE!
Riders are encouraged to have a red hot crack at raising $1000 each for the Kyle Andrews Foundation, before joining our celebrations of fat tyre fellowship along the iconic Gibb River Road. Your non-riding supporters aren’t obliged to reach a personal fund-raising milestone, but they’re more than welcome to assist the rider’s efforts at shaking the tin for the Kyle Andrews Foundation. Once you’ve raised your $1000, you might want to nominate a second registered charity to share your fund-raising efforts, or just keep smashing it for KAF.
The Gibb Challenge will lead you on a life defining Kimberley adventure from the deep port town of Derby, to the world acclaimed million acres El Questro Wilderness Park. Overnight camping and fellowship at Imintji Community, Mount Elizabeth Station, Ellenbrae Station, Home Valley Station and El Questro.