24hr HBF Fitness Challenge for Telethon Perth
Fuller Fitness Subiaco founder Matt Fuller started the 24hr non-stop fitness challenges for Telethon back in 2000, raising close to a staggering $750,000 for Perth’s most loved charity since its inception.
In 2017, for the first time, the 24hr fitness challenge was opened to all in the form of a non-stop spin cycle class. Over 170 people took part in the challenge across 12 corporate teams and 3 new soloists, collectively raising a whopping $150,000 in the process for the sick kids of WA!
Due to the success of last year’s fitness challenge, soloists, duos and corporate teams will once again be able to register to participate alongside Matt and his team in this amazing event to help raise funds for Telethon.
HBF Fitness Challenge 2018
Telethon is fast approaching but there’s still time to join the HBF Fitness Challenge.
This year will again be a 24hr non-stop spin cycle challenge, held at the PCEC from Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st October.
For a $4800 donation, you can secure a bike for the full duration of the 24hr HBF Fitness Challenge. This bike (and the riders) can then be branded and have teams of up to 24 people.
For a donation of at least $200 per hour, you can jump on a bike at a designated time and ride for an hour. Kids are welcome to ride also.
To register your interest or for more information on how to secure a bike please send us an email.
Please help us raise much needed funds for the sick kids of WA through the HBF Fitness Challenge for Telethon – all donations over $2 are fully tax deductible. Donate now.
Paul Lincoln and Ian Morris
Anthony Sciano and Josh Legge
Telethon’s 24hr non-stop soloists honour board:
Matt Fuller – 9 completed 24hr challenges
Soa Palelei – 2017, 2016, 2015
Josh Catalano – 2017, 2016
Gary Howarth – 2017
Maddy Andrijich – 2017
Anthony Sciano – 2017