Jackie, who lives with cystic fibrosis, and her husband Aidan Fraser took on a challenge in May and cycled 65km in a day from Mandurah to South Perth.
The left Mandurah and at only 6.5kms in the heavens opened and poured on them. Then a little further down the road one of their tyres got a puncture and a replacement bike had to be brought in from their support crew. But they pushed through and rode across the finish line in South Perth, raising over $4,000 for CFWA!
Along the way at the 50km mark they stopped briefly at Fiona Standley Hospital, the place where Jackie received a lifesaving double lung transplant just 6 months ago.
Jackie thanked her support crew, friends and family saying “A huge thank you to the people that supported me on this crazy adventure.”.
Visit her fundraising page at https://fundraise.cfwa.org.au/fundraisers/jackiefraser/65-roses-physical-challenge to read more about her story.
You can also visit our 65 Roses Challenge website at https://fundraise.cfwa.org.au/event/65-roses-physical-challenge/home to be inspired by our other fundraisers and start your own 65 Roses challenge.