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Fundraising Dinner


With a heavy heart I have made the hard call to postpone the 2021 Ocean 2 Ocean Ride 4 MS till next year and along with it, the Fundraising Dinner. The uncertainty around border closures makes the risk of not being able to complete my ride as planned, too great and the current restrictions in Melbourne for indoor events makes the dinner very unlikely.

The Event

Before Jason takes on his epic adventure, there is

an epic evening planned,
Ocean2OceanRide4MS Fundraising Dinner

on Tuesday 17 August in Melbourne.

Join hosts John Trevorrow and Dan Jones with an all star lineup of guests for an entertaining evening going behind the scenes on the Tour de France and 2021 Olympics!  


John is no stranger to a story or two and will be the cornerstone to an amazing lineup, featuring special guests Scott McGrory, Stuart O’Grady, Mick Rogers, Tracey Gaudry and joining us from across the world via video link, “the voice of cycling” Phil Liggett!

This evening of fun and fundraising at The Prince Hotel is not to be missed!

The Line-up

John Trevorrow

Four times Australian Road Champion and three-time winner of Herald Sun Tour, John is an Olympian and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist. John is currently race promoter of the Bay Criteriums and co-hosts the deTour podcast with Dan Jones. John has covered an impressive 22 Tours de France as a journalist and was formerly race director of the Herald Sun Tour. 

Dan Jones

An award-winning documentary filmmaker who created the movie ‘All For One’ and the popular ‘backstage pass’ series for the GreenEDGE Cycling Team. Dan is co-host of the deTour podcast with John Trevorrow.

Stuart O’Grady OAM

Stuart is arguably Australia’s best all-round cyclist, as a yellow jersey and stage winner in Tour de France and a record 17 participations! Stuart is also an Olympic Gold medallist Madison Athens 2004 and winner of the Paris Roubaix in 2007. Stuart won the inaugural Tour Down Under in 1999 and is currently the Race Director. 

Scott McGrory OAM

Scott is a decorated Olympian, winning Gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, taking home Bronze in the 1988 Seoul,Olympics and a World Championship Silver Medal in 1996. Scott is Race Director - for the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, National Road Championships, Tour of Tasmania, Tour de Brisbane, and is a National Track Cycling Team Selector. Scott will be Channel 7 Cycling Commentator for the Tokyo Olympics.

Michael ('Mick') Rogers

Mick is a retired Australian professional cyclist who competed between 1999 and 2016. Mick is a three-time World Time Trial Champion and won Grand Tour stages at the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia. Mick won the Bronze medal in the individual time trial at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. He is currently the UCI Innovation Manager.

Tracey Gaudry

Tracey represented Australia at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics and the 1998 Commonwealth Games and multiple World Championships, and was ranked #3 in the world at the peak of her cycling career. Following her career as an athlete, Tracey has served on numerous boards and committees, including Vice President of the Union Cycliste Internationale and President of the Oceanian Cycling Confederation. Tracey is also Club Patron of the St Kilda Cycling Club.

Phil Liggett “The Voice of Cycling” MBE

Joining us via video link, Phil will provide the voice we all know and the odd story or two!

2021 Tour de France Cyclist

To be confirmed closer to the event a 2021 Tour de France cyclist will be joining us via video link.


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