McCarthy cycling for a great cause

Brisbane Lions AFL Women’s star Kate McCarthy is taking on an inaugural feat of another kind when she participates in the first ever ‘Heart of Uralla 2017 Charity Ride’ this August. Click here to read more

Northern Star – Breaking the cycle

While many a person may say they’d go to the ends of the earth for their friends, would you cycle over 400km with them? It sounds like an amazing feat, yet this is exactly what mums Keely Mancini and Rebecca East were inspired to do last December. Click here to [Read More]

Highlife Magazine – Heart of Uralla

While visiting Meandarra for a charity event late last year, best friends and passionate cyclists Keely Mancini and Rebecca East met the founder of Heart of Australia, Dr Rolf Gomes. While at the event, they became aware of the struggles isolated country Queensland areas face with their limited medical support. [Read More]

Highlife Magazine

The inaugural Girls Got Heart charity ride saw 34 women set off from Brisbane to Meandarra on Wednesday, 16 August. The three-day, 450 kilometre ride raised more than $118,000 for the Heart of Australia, far exceeding the original goal of $55,000. Girls Got Heart is a charity founded by Keely Mancini and Rebecca East [Read More]

The Longreach Leader

The following article is taken from the Longreach Leader on Friday August 2017. INSPIRED after attending a fundraiser for The Heart of Australia cardiac bus last December, Brisbane women Keely Mancini and Rebecca East put together a cycling event to raise funds to help support this service. With overwhelming support from [Read More]