Gold Coasters are being invited to take part in a Guinness World Record attempt next month, while also raising money for kids with Autism.
To celebrate their 1st birthday, local sporting complex KDV Sport, in association with “Little Souls Taking Big Steps”, is aiming to have over 400 volunteers ride on a stationary bike for 1km each over a 12 hour period to break the current record, which currently sits at 379.
“KDV Sport is delighted to assist and support such a worthy cause – a Ride-For-Charity event in our fitness centre,” Director Julie Shtengelova said.
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“Our 1st birthday is a fantastic platform to raise awareness and funds for kids with autism and also provide people with an opportunity to become a part of history being made”.
The KDV Sport ‘Ride For Charity’ event will take place on Saturday October 28.
It’s open to ages 16+ and participants can register at email@example.com.
On the day, there will also be an exciting fireworks display, a parent/child mini golf competition, music, BBQ, and the opportunity to win a car with impressive skills on the driving range!