This February 2022, GCMs Kane Blackburn completed his 4th Red Sky Ride, raising funds and awareness for the supportive care and services delivered by Solaris Cancer Care.Mirroring the cancer journey, the Red Sky cyclists band together, covering more than 650 kilometres over four days, testing their physical and emotional strength.
The cyclists and their volunteer support crew promote the importance of quality of life and integrated healthcare, raise awareness of Solaris support services and lead and inspire others to make a difference in the community.
Kane personally knows the impacts of cancer, recovering from Myelodysplastic Syndrome in 2016, Kane embraced cycling started as a form of recovery, which quickly progressed into a hobby and then a passion. Be sure to check out Kane’s story here.
Kane now rides for his family and friends, and to raise money for the important support that Solaris offers. “This is what Solaris Cancer Care is all about: supporting those going through the toughest time of their lives.”
Now in its 15th year, the Red Sky Ride has raised over $3.75 million dollars. This funding is critical to the growth and sustainability of Solaris Cancer Care.