4 - 9 February 2019

This is the third year the Chamberlain Foundation has embarked on the Razor Ride.  The 2019 ride will kick off on Monday 4th February.  20 riders will commence an epic six day, 800km bike ride around Victoria to raise funds for the Chamberlain Foundation to support people with mental health. 

The cause

Brothers Ray, Peter and Brian Chamberlain started a charitable Foundation in 2015 to support people suffering with mental illness and at risk of suicide. 

The Razor Ride is one of three events the Chamberlain Foundation runs to raise funds for organisations working to support people with mental health. The ride is led by senior AFL field Umpire “Razor” Ray Chamberlain, whose personal commitment to the cause comes from personal experience. 

“So many people close to me struggle with mental health.  I have been exposed to their honesty and been educated by their experiences. They have provided me with an authentic perspective. They have shown me that, despite their challenges, there is great hope, light and laughter and every day presents a fabulous opportunity to do good. I have been humbled by their collective bravery and their stories”. 

The difference you will make

The Razor Ride represents an opportunity to give hope, have fun and most importantly do good and make a difference.   

Our goal is to raise $100,000.

We realise the impact mental health has not only on the individual but also the lives of friends, family and the community.  This year, the Razor Ride is raising funds to support our charity beneficiaries working in the field of suicide awareness and prevention and organisations working with families in times of grief.

We sincerely appreciate your support and look forward to sharing our journey with you.

This year's ride route

The 2019 Razor Ride will travel almost 800km through  Victoria’s most iconic cycling locations.

The route will both challenge and reward riders with six stages of between 92km and up to 188km.

Fundraising leaderboard


Meet our riders