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 $1,000,000 for Perth’s most loved charity since its inception.
The HBF Fitness Challenge has now evolved into a community and participant based fundraising event where anyone can take part!
Matt Fuller and his team of incredible soloists will once again tackle 24hrs non-stop cycling on a stationary spin bike at the PCEC over the Telethon weekend on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October.
There are many ways you can be part of this incredible fundraising event and registration is simple!
- Challenge yourself and attempt the 24 hours as a solo non-stop rider
- Join as a corporate team and have riders rotate throughout the 24 hours
- Make your own team (maximum of 24 riders) and rotate the hours
- Jump on a bike for an allocated time slot (1 hour minimum)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for all of the above.
The HBF Fitness Challenge is a fundraising event for Telethon, so if you’re not able to take part in the challenge but wish to support through donation only, please CLICK HERE.
Whether you are donating as a rider or donating as a supporter of the HBF Fitness Challenge for Telethon 2019, from the whole team – THANK YOU!
The HBF Fitness Challenge riders for 2019 include:
Telethon’s 24hr non-stop soloists honour board:
Matt Fuller – 10 completed 24hr challenges
Soa Palelei – 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015
Josh Catalano – 2018, 2017, 2016
Gary Howarth – 2018, 2017
Maddy Andrijich – 2018, 2017
Anthony Sciano – 2017
Jono Cridland – 2018
Matthew Campbell – 2018