The MS Sydney to Gong ride is one of Australia’s premier community cycling events, taking riders on a spectacular 90 kilometre journey into Royal National Park and onto the coastal roads of the Grand Pacific Drive. Over its 33 year history it has become a Sydney cycling tradition, famous for its atmosphere, spectacular scenery, wonderful volunteers and the generosity of its riders and supporters. Since 1981, hundreds of thousands of cyclists have taken the challenge of riding to Wollongong and raised over $33 million dollars to support people with MS.
The ride is capped at 10,000 cyclists and usually sells out. Riders commit to fundraise a minimum $250 for MS on top of the $100 entry fee.