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29 August 2018 Posted by 


Search on for Coast’s fittest group
COAST residents can help give Aussie kids a fair go and take part in Variety Spin 4 Kids - a fun, challenging team event at Westfield Tuggerah on September 21.

Teams up of to 10 people are challenged to ride as many kilometres on stationery bikes over six hours. It’s up to each team on their strategy, with instructors on hand all day to keep the energy levels high.
Teams are encouraged to get dressed up in corporate colours, as their favourite sporting team, 80s disco, or any theme they are brave enough to take on.
It will be a great day out with high-energy music, crazy costumes, fitness challenges and all funds raised helping Aussie kids in need get a fair go.
“We are on the hunt for the Central Coast’s fittest company, social group or sporting team. These teams will have a raucous day out to help Aussie kids overcome barriers such as isolation, financial hardship, disability and sickness to reach their full potential,” Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW/ACT Regional Director Jason Bourke said.
“We guarantee a fun and colourful day that will test your fitness. This is our first year on the Central Coast so we’re hoping this great community will turn out to support Aussie kids in need to get a fair go.”
There will be prizes for best dressed team, highest fundraising team and individual, best team spirit and encouragement awards will be awarded on the day.
To register or for more information go to



Michael Walls
P: 0407 783 413
E: Michael@accessnews.com.au

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