Articulate Framing owner, Steve Rainbow, will once again hit the road as part of the annual 1200kms for Kids Charity Bike Ride 2022, raising vital funds to help children’s hospitals to purchase medical equipment.

Steve Rainbow from Articulate Framing will take part in the 1200Kms for Kids Charity Bike Ride in October

It’s the fifth time Steve has taken part in the event, and over the years that he’s been involved with the charity, he has helped his team to donate five pieces of vital medical equipment.

So far this year, the riders and crew have raised a remarkable $55,000.00, which will go directly to the Humpty Dumpty Foundation. The foundation will then purchase medical equipment that is on the ‘wish list’ for children’s hospitals along the ride route.

The 1200kms for Kids Charity Bike Ride 2022 will roll into Ipswich on the 19th of October on the first stage [40km] of the seven day ride from Brisbane to Sydney. Steve and the team will be at the courtyard in front of Articulate Framing in Nolan’s Plaza on the corner of Limestone and East Streets at approximately 7.30am on the 19th.

 They will stop for a brief break to re- caffeinate and carbo load, and make a presentation to staff from Ipswich Hospital [Maternity] to confirm the donation of a vital piece of medical equipment they have requested.

They riders and crew will then depart up Limestone Street heading out for Warwick to end day one of the ride, a total of approximately 210km.

Information can be found on www.1200kmsforkids.com about past and current rides.


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