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As the sun rises on Sunday 19 June, thousands of riders will be slipping into their lycra and costumes of all sorts to take part in the annual MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride to fight multiple sclerosis (MS).

The Brissie to the Bay bike ride, the biggest bike ride in Queensland, gives participants of all ages and fitness levels the chance to be part of the iconic annual event now in its 26th year.

You can join the challenge by riding one of the four tailored distances. There is the family friendly 10km around the Brisbane Riverside, the scenic 25km ride to Balmoral, the classic 50km to Wynnum, and the challenging 100km ride to Wellington Point and Cleveland.

This ride is more than just a fun day out on the bike, it is an opportunity to join the MS community with fellow riders, friends and family, together aiming to raise a sensational $1.8 million to support people living with MS.

MS is the most common incurable chronic neurological condition affecting young adults in Australia, with over 3,700 living with MS in Queensland alone.

MS Queensland relies on dedicated individuals like you to get involved, helping them to raise these much-needed funds to provide vital services across the state and help search for a cure.

So jump on your wheels of choice; bicycle, tricycle, unicycle, tandem bike and join in the Ride to Fight MS. Zip up, click in and don’t miss out. Head to www.BrissietotheBay.com.au to register.