Wellbeing Ride
By Entoure deVines

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1. Create your page

Once you have registered for the event, start fundraising by creating your very own Wellbeing Ride fundraising page. 

2. Support Mental Health

Spread the word and ask for support. Let everyone know you're riding for mental health! 

3. Ride to Raise Money

Saddle up and ride to raise $500 or more for mental health 

Wellbeing Ride 
February 26, 2022

The team at Entoure DeVines have organised a one-day event touring 100km of the beautiful Hunter Valley. We are taking up to 60 riders, placed in small pelotons captained by experienced Entoure Ride Captains. It is sure to be a great day out riding with a group of like-minded individuals passionate about mental health. Enjoy the scenery and delicious food along the way.

Come and ride with us in the stunning Hunter Valley and raise much-needed funds for Black Dog Institute's life-saving research.

Black Dog Institute's research shows that exercise has many benefits for physical and mental health. Just running for 15 minutes a day or walking for an hour has been shown to reduce the risk of major depression by 26%.

We are riding because 1 in 5 of us will experience symptoms of mental illness in any given year. In Australia, that’s around 5 million people. Roughly 60% of these people won’t seek help.