PEDAL power is helping to raise money for pastoral care at Cleveland District State High School.
Teams of up to 10 riders will compete at Cleveland Baptist Church on May 26 to earn money for sweat raised.
Groups that clock-up longer distances in the Spin Off will be rewarded with donation bonuses to add to their fundraising kitty and prizes.
Cleveland District State High School chaplain Sarah Woodward said every dollar generated would support the school’s chaplaincy program.
“It’s a fun morning with kids, adults, and people from outside the school community doing something a little bit different, a little more active, to raise money for chaplaincy,” she said.
“My chappies were a big part of my life when I was in school - they were my anchor, it was a safe environment, and now I really want to create that for other kids.
Teams cycle for 30 minutes but younger competitor groups spin only for 20 minutes.
For more information or to register, visit spinoff.org.au/cleveland.