Cyclists make a difference
A GROUP of 19 cyclists set off from Como on November 17 for a seven-day fundraising ride.
The 2016 Future2 Wheel Classic began at the Esther Cafe, which is an initiative of the Esther Foundation.
The Esther Foundation provides recovery services for young women to overcome life-controlling struggles and issues.
The not-for-profit organisation was awarded a multi-year grant by Future2 in 2015 for its Positive Pathways program.
The 930km fundraising ride took a coastal route to Margaret River, returning to Perth via Bridgetown and Mandurah in time for the opening of the FPA Professionals Congress on December 23.
Olympian Anna Meares greeted the Wheel Classic riders on stage at the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) Congress, presenting trophies to the top fundraisers, and the cyclist who showed the most grit and determination during the ride.