Giles Graham and Michael Haynes report on ‘Bloody Cyclists’ taking to the streets to raise money for neurological research.
With Halloween as inspiration, Jason Fisk took the opportunity to bathe in blood and gore and raise some money for The Brain Foundation – an Australian charity dedicated to funding research into neurological disorders and brain injuries. Because if there’s one things zombies like – it’s brains
The ride was an adaptation of the usual FTWCRW Wednesday night fixed-gear ride through Perth. Participants met at the Barrack Street Bell Tower where Ayla Simpson of Gorgeous Makeup Designs bloodied-up willing subjects.
Once Ayla was done, the CRW went-to-work terrorising unsuspecting city-dwellers as a ravenous horde of ghouls, weaving their way through the CBD before arriving at Perth Kebab Station in Subiaco to devour an inhuman quantity of fresh meat.
Participants donated to The Brain Foundation as part of the event. Jason has a very personal reason for wanting to organise the ride after both his parents suffered with debilitating neurological illnesses.
The night was a huge success. Jason’s work resulted in a social, fun and memorable night – all in support of a good cause.
Further donations can be made at www.brainfoundation.org.au
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