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Below the Belt Pedalthon

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How can I get involved?

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To register your team, click here or email us at

Don’t forget, if you’re interested in this event, chances are your friends might be too. Feel free to share with them and see if they want to join you. It could even be a great way to settle some friendly rivalry.

How much does it cost to sign up?

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There are two registration options:

Register a team of 4 riders: $200 per team

Register as an individual rider: $50 per person

Family Challenge (2 adults and 2 children):  $150

Individual registration: $50 

Community teams, please email us if you would like to get involved via 


Do I need to obtain Aus Cycling insurance for this event?

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This event has been sanctioned by Aus Cycling and as a condition of this sanction all riders must obtain Aus Cycling ride membership to participate in this event. 

For those who do not have Aus Cycling ride membership or cycling insurance, ANZUP will organise a day pass for you.

Do I have to ride for all 3 hours?

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No. It’s up to you and your team to decide how long you ride for, and how often you change riders.

Also, depends on your competitive nature.

Where will I be based on the day?

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Every team is allocated a shared garage area. These have tables, chairs, snacks and access to electrolyte water.  If you want to share a garage with another team, just let us know.

Is there parking at the event?

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Yes, there is ample free parking onsite.


Do I have to fundraise?

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As all of the money raised through donations goes straight into ANZUP's Below the Belt Research Fund, we would LOVE for you to fundraise as much as you can.

The minimum amount each rider should fundraise is $500, but we know you can do better than that.

Where does the money go?

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Every cent we raise through Below the Belt events and our supporters' kind donations goes directly towards clinical trial research via the Below the Belt Research Fund. 

Since 2015, Below the Belt has raised over $2 million for below the belt cancer research.

All of the major milestones in controlling cancer worldwide have come through clinical trials, but we still have a long way to go to help every person affected, at risk or diagnosed with this disease.

Our Below the Belt Research Fund has helped our clinicians kick start new trial ideas. To date, seed funding has been awarded to 36 ANZUP members to help gather the evidence needed to develop full scale clinical research studies. 

Find out more

Can I set my fundraising goal higher?

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If you smash your fundraising goal - great work! You can update your fundraising target by logging in to your fundraiser page.

Then, click your name in the top right-hand corner, then select Edit My Page from the drop-down menu.

Also on this page you can edit your page's URL, create a blog post and add an image to your gallery.

Will I receive a tax invoice?

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Yes, every donation over $2 is tax deductible.

How do I thank someone who has donated to me?

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When you receive a donation, you will receive an email letting you know. We encourage you to thank your Donors for their support. You can do this via your profile.

This video shows how to thank a donor that has donated to you.

Thanking a donor that has donated to your team is a very similar process, simply click on your name in the top right-hand corner, click My Team and follow the same process as above.

When you thank a Donor, you will receive an achievement badge either on your personal fundraising page, or your team page.


The cause

What is ANZUP?

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ANZUP Cancer Trials Group Ltd is a registered charity that conducts cancer research and clinical trials to improve the outcome of below the belt cancers (prostate, penile, bladder, kidney and testicular cancers).

Read more about ANZUP's research

What are below the belt cancers?

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Below the belt cancers are the group of urogenital cancers which ANZUP focusses their research on. These cancers include bladder, kidney, testicular, penile and prostate cancers.

ANZUP's mission is to improve the lives of people affected by bladder, kidney, testicular, penile and prostate cancers through practice - changing multidisciplinary collaborative clinical trials.