Make Every Kilometre Count!
Ride with Dean and fundraise to make an impact for people living with vision loss!
“Getting my Guide Dog, Viking is the best decision I’ve ever made. He helps me navigate my world independently and I’m more active now than I’ve ever been.”
“He’s a great mate. He’s changed my life.”
– Dean Cameron
For Dean Cameron, having low vision since birth has never stopped him from taking on challenges and chasing his dreams.
Dean was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa when he was young and now only has limited light perception.
“I’ve always been active. It was just finding something that I could do, and be independent, but still have some support.”
It didn’t take Dean long to find his ‘thing’.
As an avid triathlete and tandem bike rider, Dean has spent the past 10 years on the back of a bike, racing competitively across Australia.
On Sunday 5 December 2021, he’ll be taking part in the Moreton Bay 100, to raise funds for the charity that has changed his life.
This year, Dean is asking his community to join him in signing up for the race and raising money to help more Queenslanders be matched with a Guide Dog like Viking.
While Viking won’t be getting on the bike with Dean, he helps him get to and from his important training sessions and provides great moral support.
Dean is taking part in this event, not only to raise vital funds, but to also raise awareness about low vision and blindness.