8 days of riding through heartland NZ

1st - 8th April 2017

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Honda NI Team

Team #263

North Island race course selected
Corporate team, North Island4 bikes "Child Cancer North Island powered by Honda"

Our team

The Child Cancer North Island team is headed by Scott. Scott has first hand experience of the work that the Foundation does, with his young daughter having suffered from cancer. The team of Scott, Dean, Graham, and Keith are 'real' riders and powering their way down the island. They are after as much money as possible to assist the Foundation. Give them a big hand up!

Chosen charity

Child Cancer Foundation

Every week more than three New Zealand families are told the devastating news that their child has cancer. The Child Cancer Foundation provides practical, financial and emotional support to each child and their family, from that terrible time of diagnosis, throughout treatment and beyond. The support we provide is tailored to help combat the family's day-to-day challenges, allowing them to stay strong and together, and focus on the only thing that matters - their very sick child.

Sponsor this team

Your sponsorship of 'Honda NI Team' will support Child Cancer Foundation. All donations of $5 or more are tax deductible. All sponsors will be able to leave a message of support.

Please Note: After completing your donation on paypal you may need to click a button (view screenshot) to return to the Tour site and leave a message of support.

Our sponsors

Date Amount Message/Sponsor
10/04/17 $200.00 this money is from the Chateau stage race which was donated to Child Cancer by Keith V.R? and Dean Roberts.
- Anney Collin
08/04/17 hidden Anita Duthie
07/04/17 hidden Too much Keith. You've been riding real well buddy. All the best to you and your team.
- Ingrid T
06/04/17 hidden Matt Hawkins
01/04/17 hidden Greg Hodgson
29/03/17 hidden Kaaren van Dommelen

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