ProState Active 2016 pedals into town for cancer cure

Friendly wave: The cyclists were in good spirits and happy to be in town despite their long ride, no doubt looking forward to the after party.

Friendly wave: The cyclists were in good spirits and happy to be in town despite their long ride, no doubt looking forward to the after party.

A group of weary but excited cyclists arrived in Margaret River on Saturday afternoon at the end of their epic 300km ride from Perth.

Trekking through Bunbury, Busselton and down into the South West corner of the state, the ProState Active cycling event aims to raise funds to aid research into a cure for prostate cancer. 

Weary smiles: The 300 kilometre ride snaked through the South West, visiting Bunbury, Busselton and finally Margaret River.

Weary smiles: The 300 kilometre ride snaked through the South West, visiting Bunbury, Busselton and finally Margaret River.

The group raises awareness for the cause through training rides, social media and sponsorship as well as spreading the message during the ride, where brightly coloured teams hoot and holler along the route with smiles plastered on tired faces.

This year the riders converged upon the Margaret River Distilling Company on Carters Road to celebrate the completion of another journey.

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