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Join our community bike ride from the Ngaruawahia Domain to the Good George Brewery to help raise money for mental health. 


With all proceeds going to Gumboot Friday, it's a ride for a great cause.


The ride itself will take off from Ngaruawahia Domain at 11am and should take 60-90 minutes to reach the Brewery by taking the river trail. We welcome riders of all ages and skill levels for the 23km journey. 

TRANSPORT INFORMATION 

Riverside Adventures Waikato are on board to provide a free shuttle and bike transport on the day. You can choose to either be shuttled from the brewery to the start line in the morning, or be shuttled back to your car at Ngaruawahia Domain after the ride's over. 


Spaces on their shuttles are limited, so secure your spot by booking using the form here.


The morning shuttle will depart from the Good George Dining Hall (32a Somerset Street) at 10am. Please park your cars along the street, not in the brewery carpark. 


The afternoon shuttle will take riders back to their cars in Ngaruawahia Domain at 2pm from the Good George Dining Hall

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How will I get to the start line?

Riverside Adventures are operating a shuttle from the finish line to the start line. Shuttles will leave from the finish line at 10am, but space are limited. Use the booking form above to secure your spot. 


How will I get back to my car? 

Riverside Adventures will also be shuttling riders back to Ngaruawahia after the ride. Use the form above to secure your spot.


How long is the ride? 

The Ride is 23km, and should take 60-90 minutes


How will I know where to ride? 

We will have wardens along the track to guide you, however most of the journey is along the Waikato river. In Hamilton, the ride leaves the river at Claudelands bridge, before heading to Frankton. Stick with the group and you'll be fine! 


How do I donate to this cause? 

You can donate by purchasing a $25 Ride For Good ticket here

JACK'S RIDE FOR GOOD

Jack is supporting Gumboot Friday by riding his bike from Cape Reinga to Bluff. He's doing the 3,100km journey along the length of NZ to represent each of the 3,100 young people that attempted to take their own life in 2020. 


"For the last 10 years I've raised money for Movember, this year it's about getting counseling to youth as early as possible"


Jack's ride starts on October 1st, and the Ngaruawahi to Hamilton leg on October 9th will be supported by friends, family, the Good George team, and the wider community

CONTACT US

Events or Partnership Enquiries - gareth@goodgeorge.co.nz 

Marketing & Media - tarryn@goodgeorge.co.nz