Verve Cycling, producers of the world’s most accurate cycling power meter the InfoCrank, are proud to announce their support of this year’s MSWA Ocean Ride – powered by RetraVision. The MSWA Ocean Ride, which will take place on Sunday 22 November, is set to be Western Australia’s largest community cycling event in 2020.
With six ride distances to choose from – ranging from the 10km Family Ride up to the 120km Challenge – there is a something to suit all ages, abilities and fitness levels.
Multiple Olympic Gold Medallist Graeme Brown OAM, part of the InfoCrank family, will provide helpful training tips for MSWA Ocean Ride participants in the lead up to the event. He’ll also be riding on event day, taking on the 120km Challenge.
Verve Cycling will also offer an exclusive InfoCrank discount to MSWA Ocean Ride participants, with part of the profit from all sales donated back to MSWA to support those living with a neurological condition in Western Australia.
Australian para-cyclist and InfoCrank ambassador, Emily Petricola, said:
“I’m delighted that InfoCrank have partnered with MSWA for this exciting and important event on the MSWA events calendar. The InfoCrank is an essential weapon in my arsenal as a cyclist. It allows me to track not only my training power but helps me keep an eye on power balance across my body which is invaluable when managing and limiting the way my MS impairments impact my performance.
“The MSWA Ocean Ride raises vital funds that make a real difference to a huge number of people living with neurological conditions and I wish this year’s participants the very best for a great ride.”
Verve Cycling CEO, Bryan Taylor, said:
“I’m delighted Verve Cycling has the opportunity to be involved with MSWA in this way. I’m a firm believer that businesses have a part to play in supporting such worthy causes, and a commitment to CSR has always been in Verve Cycling’s history. I wish luck to all the MSWA Ocean Ride participants and hope they are successful in both their cycling on the day, as well as their fundraising efforts.”
Over the past decade, the MSWA Ocean Ride has raised over $2 million, with these funds used to support thousands of Western Australians living with a neurological condition.
MSWA CEO, Marcus Stafford AM, said:
“The MSWA Ocean Ride is a marquee event for MSWA, and a date in our calendar we have looked forward to over the past 11 years. We are so pleased to have the opportunity to work with Verve Cycling, another great Western Australian organisation, on this year’s event.”