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Black Dog Ride heads back to the Superbikes in 2019!

Black Dog Ride heads back to the Superbikes in 2019!

In February 2019, hundreds of Black Dog Riders will be once again making some noise for mental health, en route to Phillip Island. Black Dog Ride is pleased to advise that it has renewed its place as the Official charity partner for the Australian Yamaha Finance Round of the 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, to be held in February 2019 at Phillip Island. This marks the second year we've been involved. Join us on the ride and trackside...

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Post Me To Splendour!

Post Me To Splendour!

A handful of West Aussies are riding from West to East on the iconic Posty Bike to support Black Dog Ride's mission of riding to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention, culminating in a celebration of their achievements at Byron Bay's Splendour in the Grass music festival.

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Registrations Open for Top End 2018!

Registrations Open for Top End 2018!

In August this year, hundreds of Black Dog Riders will embark on a life changing journey culminating in our arrival in Darwin on the 17th August in celebration of the coming together of Black Dog Riders from every corner of the country, united on our mission to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention!

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Winner of 1 Dayer 2018 Online Registration Incentive

Winner of 1 Dayer 2018 Online Registration Incentive

For the second consecutive year, Indian Motorcycle generously donated an Indian Scout Bobber valued at $19,995 for an online registration incentive, encouraging Black Dog Riders to register online for our iconic 1 Dayer in March. Here is the lucky winner...

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World Superbikes 2018 Wrap Up!

World Superbikes 2018 Wrap Up!

Last month Black Dog Ride headed to Phillip Island as the Charity of Choice for the 2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship to make some noise for mental health, and what a week, full of new friendships, thousands of conversations, awesome racing and ultimately shining a national spotlight onto mental health.

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I lost my best mate to suicide and since then, I've made it my life's mission to prevent suicide. It can be hard for people to talk about mental health and Black Dog Ride's activities encourage people to get together and start these conversations, which is vital, it's the catalyst for seeking support. Get involved today and join us in bringing hope to communities nationwide.

David Peach, CEO
Black Dog Ride Australia

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