Leading the charge was Huon-Salmon Genesys Pro Cyclist Jack Haig. Jack Haig is Australian cycling’s rising star – already the National u23 Mountain Bike champion, he also currently leads in the National Road Series having won Tours already in his debut year for the team. Jack spurred the participants along at the front of the gym in his trademark Orange Army uniform.
Our wonderful Garry Ponder donned his lycra (an event in itself!) for the cycling show-down. He peddled a solid 4 hours and 90km. Congrats Garry.
Matt Battye made an appearance whilst his son and keen mountain biker Josh knocked up a couple of hours as well. There was also strong support the Southern Highlands Cycling Club who had two bikes going the whole time.
The parents, grandparents and friends of Ben were in attendance and punters enjoyed the sausage sizzle run by the Lions Club, making for a great atmosphere.
The Ben Mikic foundation aims to make riding safer for young cyclist through education, safety and awareness programs. They also sponsor young cyclists and interact with cycling industry and government bodies to accelerate building of cycle lanes and rider friendly infrastructure.
At Complete Wealth we are passionate about protecting our clients and their families. Through our support of the Huon-Genesys Wealth Advisers Pro Cycling Team we’ve sponsored and organised many events to help promote cycling safety cycle safety and of course we make sure our clients have the right insurance so they’re well covered on and off the bike.
Complete Wealth will host a couple of cycling events happening later this year in Albury and Canberra so be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for information about these.
Each year we look to give an aspiring uni students the chance to gain some professional experience and learn about business operations through a cadetship. Fostering the growth of young minds is a passion, and benefits everyone involved.