Martin Roberts

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I'm challenging myself to cycle 500km between September 19 and October 9 including 210km on the gravel roads and trails of the northern Flinders Ranges.

I am so proud to be Sam's dad. Sam taught us so much in his short life, most importantly the importance of family and friends and supporting one another during challenging times.

Sam is always in my heart. I'll never forget his bravery, courage and beautiful smile. I miss him so much. 

We honour Sam through Cycle 4 Sam and Challenge 21. All donations to my page support Team Cycle 4 Sam and kids in SA battling rare life-limiting illnesses like Sam did.

Thank you so much for your support. Together you we hope to achieve our goal of raising $1,000,000 since 2006.

So far I have raised enough funds for*


of transport for vulnerable families to get to and from hospital

57 meals

for families experiencing financial hardship

17 sessions

with a Play Therapist to reduce stress and anxiety during their hospital stay

4 pumps

For a new mother to loan when feeding a premature baby

2 nights

at our Laklinyeri Beach House for families receiving end of life care for their child
*quantities are averages and are not measured as a collective

My Achievements

Uploaded a Profile Photo

Self Donated

Shared on Social

Thanked a Sponsor

First Donation

Earned a tote bag

Reached 50% of Fundraising Goal

Earned Challenge 21 Bucket Hat

Reached Fundraising Goal

Raised $1000

Received 21 Donations

In TOP 21 Fundraisers

My Updates

Week 1 update

Sunday 25th Sep
100km completed on the bike, 400km to go. 
$461 raised. On track to $2100. Thanks to everyone who has sponsored me to date.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Trina & Pete Roberts


Michael Linford


Joe Mariano

All the best Marty and Michelle. Keep up the amazing work


Pauline Baker

Go Marty! You are an inspiration to us all.


Sandy Taylor

Great work Marty, good to catch up with you the other night!




Tom Nehmy

Congratulations Marty on your amazing fundraising efforts! What an incredible way to honour Sam's life.


Martin Roberts

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