MACA Cancer 200: Pedaling Towards a Cancer-Free Future
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The MACA Cancer 200: Ride for Research has become a powerful symbol of hope and determination in the fight against cancer in WA.
For its 11th consecutive year, the Ride for Research brought together cyclists for an incredible 200km journey to raise vital funds for cancer research.
This year's event had over 1,500 riders taking on the challenge to ride from Optus Stadium Park to Mandurah and back over two days, raising a whopping $8,627,348 in the process!
100% of all donations go back to the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, supporting the development of kinder treatments and better outcomes for cancer patients.
Behind the scenes, we contributed a range of cutting-edge technology that helped enhance the event's impact and seamless execution.
The all-exciting start and finish lines were fully equipped with significant audiovisual systems to showcase the excitement - and support, encourage, and direct riders through their journeys.
PAV's Optus Stadium systems featured:
- A multi-zoned audio system with 20 speakers
- A double-sided 5m x 3m LED screen for the start and finish line
- An impressive LED truck,
- and two wireless camera systems.
The Mandurah checkpoint gave the riders a vital moment of respite and camaraderie. Formalities took place inside a beautifully arranged marquee alongside a delightful dinner and live entertainment. It was a time of reflection, celebration, and unity as participants and supporters gathered to honour those who have fought and continue to fight against cancer.
PAV's Mandurah systems featured:
- L' Acoustics Audio System
- Band audio system
- Two large LED screens, including an HD vision mixer and playback capabilities
- 2 x wireless camera systems
- and a multi-zoned public address and emergency announcement system
A Privilege to Contribute:
We are privileged to partner with important events like this and help bring them to life in this way. A heartfelt thank you goes to RD Events and all other sponsors, organisers, and volunteers who selflessly contributed to these few special days of fighting to end cancer.