David Barrow

Big Ride for Little Kids 2022

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My target 500 kms


I am riding 500km for little kids facing cancer

Support my Big Ride for Little Kids

Every day, 2 Australian families are given the heart-breaking news that their child has cancer.

I've joined the Big Ride for Little Kids to support kids facing cancer.

I'm cycling for the month of March to raise funds for Camp Quality services and programs to help children aged 0-15 years old who are dealing with their own diagnosis, or the diagnosis of a brother, sister, mum or dad.

By creating positive memories, Camp Quality helps change the cancer story for kids and their families. Please support my ride to give kids and families the break from cancer they urgently need. As they say at Camp Quality “laughter is the best medicine”, so please give generously so we can spread those smiles far and wide.

Thank you so much.

So far, I have helped sponsor:
123 Digital Puppet Playdates
78 kids to attend a Camp Quality Family Fun Day.
18 kids to attend a Camp Quality Family Camp.
...to bring smiles, giggles and laughter to kids and families facing cancer.

My Achievements

Thank you to my supporters!


Martin Sides

well done David




David Reynolds

Well done David! Such a great cause.





Good on you, DB.


David Barrow


L-c Hutchinson

Best of luck for the Big Ride, David - you legend.


Kenneth Averre

Good luck David!



On road or Zwift? Either way, a solid commitment for a wonderful cause DB


Peggy Dwyer

Love seeing your smiley, wonderful face on this picture. Thanks for including us in this great cause David. x


Rose Khalilizadeh

Good work David!


Darko Menace


Simon Buchen


Jeremy Wells

Well done Burrows!


Tom Wells

Hi David. Well done for supporting this great cause!


Lester Fernandez

Great work Mate!


Rebecca Mcmahon

Best wishes for the ride, David



Great cause David!


Greg Ward

onya Dave! Keep up the great work!


Riyad El-choufani

Good on ya David


Kirsten Edwards

go hard Barrow :-)


Michele Crozier

Good luck with the ride. M


Suzanne Leal