Bays' Wish | 16-20 March 2021
Join the ride of a lifetime to bring wishes to sick children
5 days. 700 kilometres. For life-changing wishes.
Bays' Wish is an exclusive ride which will tour some of Victoria's best cycling roads from 16-20 March 2021. Starting out in Albury, the route covers more than 700kms of awe-inspiring trails to Melbourne, with a mix of challenging elevations and unforgettable scenery along the way.
The best part is every kilometre you ride helps Make-A-Wish create wishes for sick kids like Bays, whose brave battle against critical illness was cut tragically short. His family created this event in his honour. Now in its second year and with just 50 places available in 2021, don't miss out on this unique and inspirational event.
A boutique ride
Starting from the banks of the Murray in the beautiful border town of Albury/Wodonga and finishing in the bustling Federation Square in the heart of Melbourne, Bays' Wish 2021 is capped at just 50 riders.
Participants will receive first-class support right from registration and to the ride itself as you cover some of Victoria’s greatest trails. The Bays’ Wish Crew are right behind you, with access to dedicated support to help you achieve your physical and fundraising targets.
Your ticket to ride
The Bays' Wish registration fee includes five nights' accommodation, all meals and snacks, a custom-designed Bays' Wish kit and so much more.
- Cost: $1,100
- Minimum fundraising commitment: $2,000
The Bays’ Wish Crew are here to support you every step of the way to help you reach your goals.
Cycle for a cause
Bays’ Wish is a fundraising ride in celebration of the life of Bailey Fuller, who tragically passed away in 2012. Bays, aged 8, loved cycling and was eligible for a wish, but never got the chance to see it realised.
Each year, thousands of Australian children are diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Every dollar raised from the annual Bays’ Wish event will go towards supporting critically ill kids and their families, helping them discover anything is possible.
Photo: Bailey (right) with brother Zac
Our progress so far
Raised so far