FREEMASONS Cycling Club of Victoria members will set off from Swan Hill on Sunday bound for Horsham to raise money for youth mental health support.
A team will ride about 330 kilometres over four days, and will donate money raised to headspace Horsham.
The organisation provides mental health, physical health, work and study, and alcohol and other drug support services for people aged 12 to 25.
The ride follows a similar event last year for headspace, which saw riders cycle from Wodonga to Ballarat and raise more than $12,700.
This year, riders will stop at secondary schools along the way to speak about mental health and headspace’s work.
They will enter the Wimmera on Monday, where they will speak to Rainbow P-12 College students about 1.15pm.
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Riders will visit Hopetoun Secondary College on Tuesday morning and Warracknabeal Secondary College on Wednesday.
Their final talk will be at Murtoa College on Wednesday at 2pm before they arrive at headspace Horsham about 4pm.
This year’s journey will culminate at an event in Horsham Masonic Centre on Wednesday night.
The event is open to community members.