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Recognising 2017 Future2 Wheel Classic and Hiking participants

Recognising 2017 Future2 Wheel Classic and Hiking participants

Congratulations and thanks to the riders and hikers who participated in this year’s Future2 Wheel Classic and Tasmanian Challenges to raise funds in support of disadvantaged young Australians.

Now in it’s 7th year, the 2017 Future2 Wheel Classic was the most challenging yet, taking in nearly 7,000 metres of climbing across seven days and covering 726 kms. The cyclists rode from north to south, taking an inland route via Cradle Mountain and Queenstown and arriving in Hobart in time for the start of the 2017 FPA Professionals Congress. AFL legend Shane Crawford, Ambassador for event sponsor AIA Vitality, joined the first leg of the ride.

We thank our riders, hikers, support crew and gold sponsor AIA Vitality for their generous support and commitment to Future2.

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