The Long Road to Me for MS

By Tracey Ukosich

Please help me to be Limitless For MS!

I've set myself a personal challenge which am using to fundraise for MS. You can sponsor me and follow my journey through this fundraising page. Your generous donation will ensure that Aussies are well supported while they face the challenge of living with multiple sclerosis!

MS is the most common disease of the central nervous system - currently there is no cure.

It's quite staggering to think that multiple sclerosis affects more young people than any other neurological condition, with the average age of diagnosis just 30 years old. Every case of multiple sclerosis is unique - the symptoms, severity and progress of the disease are different for everyone.

You can ensure Aussies living with multiple sclerosis can break down barriers, achieve goals and live well by making a secure online donation.

 

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A massive thank you

Monday 19th Apr
I’d like to say a massive thank you to all who have donated and supported my fundraising endeavour. I am humbled. 

Riding the Nullarbor was one of the most gruelling rides I’ve undertaken to date. Bringing my best to sustain endurance  in challenging conditions, such as heat and winds, as well as the mental and physical challenge to stay safe amongst road trains and traffic, was at times testing. 

The magnitude of what we had undertaken, me as a rider, and Dee as a support vehicle driver, is something, I feel, may be difficult to be understood unless you had actually travelled this road before.  I am supremely grateful to Dee, who did her best in trying conditions, to help keep me safe, nourished and hydrated each day of the ride. 
I believed from the beginning, that if I could succeed in completing this challenge, that in my own way, I could fight back against MS., that I could bring further awareness to MS , and to raise much needed funds to support those who need it, who are faced with this debilitating disease.

I once feared telling people about me having  MS. I didn’t want people to feel sorry for me, or discriminate against me.  There is no shame in having MS.  Some of us can lead a relatively full life with varied afflictions, and some of us need more support,,assistance, understanding and medical interventions. 

There is no cure at this stage for MS,  however, research continues , and medications continue to improve to help slow the disease as time goes on.  

For me personally, what I find empowering, is the belief that I can continue to be strong, powerful and unstoppable for as long as my body allows me to be, in whichever capacity. 

I want you to know how empowering your words of support were to me during this journey.  There were days where they really helped me to get this task done.   In this effect, we were all part of one big team. 

Thank you.  The tally has continued to grow, and the ride has moved from the Nullarbor to rail trails around Australia. You can continue to follow me on Facebook or Instagram, on The Long Road To Me , to see where my journey takes me next. 

Kindest regards 

Tracey Ukosich 

The last day on the Nullarbor

Thursday 15th Apr

Day 19 on the Nullarbor...the final day! 


Road trains counted: in excess of 113.


Km cycled: approx 95km

Total cycled to date: 1979


$$ raised for MS: $20,065


Hello Norseman! We’re here. 

The alarm was set for 6am, but like every other morning, we woke before the alarm, and set about packing up and getting ready, we knew I had to put in another big day of cycling to make it to Norseman. 


The head winds weren’t as bad as yesterday, but the hills were even more challenging. 


Being a Wednesday, it was yet another busy day for road trains, and the verges sloped downhill.  Tricky. 

Dee stuck closer today, being a busy day on the road. 


I plugged away, hill after hill, determined to get to the end. When I finally spied the Welcome to Norseman sign, I rang Dee to come for a photo opportunity. We’d made it. I can’t describe the feeling. 


I have been humbled by people’s generosity and kindness. I have been surprised at my own strength and stamina. 

I have been blessed to have made such a kindred spirit in Dee, and to have had the pleasure of her company, her wisdom, her hilarity, and dare I say her propensity to break out in advertising ditties and songs that either make me laugh or shake my head whilst smiling. 

I have been amazed at what my body has been able to bring, at times when it was under duress. 


In the words of a long time mate Dave, who we lost to brain cancer last year...Never Bow Down.  I imagined him telling me this at times during the ride. 


Thank you to all the people who sent messages of support. They really did help get me through. 

Thank you to everyone who donated, no matter the amount, every dollar helps this worthy cause. 


I’m grateful everyday, that even though I have this disease, I am still able to give back, to keep living life as best as I can. For as long as I can....I will. 


With love and thanks 

Tracey xx

The final days

Tuesday 13th Apr
With the long stretch completed, and making it to Balladonia, we rested when the remnants of a cyclone caused rain and high winds yesterday. This morning as I type at 5:30am, I will start to get ready soon so that I am ready by daybreak to head off towards Norseman,  The final town, the end of the long road, the Nullarbor. 

I figure that it will take between 2 to 3 days, depending on weather, but at this stage it’s looking favourable.  The cyclone has caused a lot of damage up in the north around Kalbarri. 

I am consumed by a range of emotions right now, and they’re hard to explain. It’s been a long journey, but once I’ve completed the Nullarbor, the journey, the long road to me continues, as I seek out other trails around Australia. Trails that are not on roads. Trails that do not have road trains barrelling through, trails with much safer and secure elements. 

Nearing the end means that I must not be complacent, but vigilant as ever. It’s my birthday on the 14th of April, tomorrow. It would be amazing to complete the journey on this day, but not vital. Please, if you would like to send me a birthday message on this forum, and you haven’t already donated, whether it be $2, $5 or more, the greatest gift would be to donate to this cause, which means so much to me, so close to my heart, please send me a birthday message on here, encourage me to bring it home, and help me do it for MS. 

Xx Tracey 

The 90 Mile Straight

Saturday 10th Apr
It’s been a hectic day, as I’ve begun to cycle the 90 Mile Straight section of the Nullarbor. Today I cycled 72km, with Dee following close behind. She was taking extra precautions as it has been super busy, traffic wise today. I counted 147 road trains, and many more have passed since we’ve stopped to camp for the night.  I could have cycled much further, but sometimes we need to consider campsite availability, daylight that is left, and where to expend energy.  

We stopped to look at the Caiguna blowhole, which was interesting. You could hear the wind whistling out of the hole, and see debris flittering around the base of the hole. It was more interesting than I thought on first inspection. 

Tomorrow we are hoping  for a great deal less Roadtrains. It’s exhausting stopping, getting off and pushing on again, but it really is the safest option. 

Made it to Madura

Wednesday 7th Apr
I have attempted to update this blog a couple of times unsuccessfully with little or poor reception. So here I go again. 
Since Yelata, I have cycled to the Bluffs, met and ridden with some cyclists who were bike packing. Enjoyed accommodation along the way, and endured searing temperatures, and plague proportions of flies. The type that bite, and the type that relentlessly follow your face whichever way you turn. 
We have met countless wonderful people. Some who stop on the Nullarbor, donate, offer support, and encouragement, it’s completely humbling. 

I couldn’t do this without Dee. She has been an amazing support, and her role she has undertaken is mammoth. She takes it seriously, and her concern for my welfare has been amazing. 
Thank you all who continue to offer words of encouragement. Many are enjoying my blogs on Facebook ...The Long Road To Me.  
Please follow and share this link far and wide. Our target is within reach.  Xx

Yalata preschoolers saying hello

Tuesday 30th Mar

Day 4 on the Nullarbor

Tuesday 30th Mar
After a couple of nights in a cabin in Ceduna (Luxury) I rode out at daybreak towards Penong. It was a 72km ride and I definitely found the road trains daunting. I decided that the smartest thing to do, was stop and roll off to the edges when I spotted one coming. After all, they are working and have time frames to adhere to.  

From Penong, the cycling was broken into smaller sections, with accommodation options and opportunities to explore, dictating the cycling for each day.  

From Penong, we explored Cactus Beach, and Lake McDonnell, with brilliant hues of pinks and blues set amongst the stark white sand dunes, and surf breaks. From there it was a 45km cycle to the Fowlers Bay Turn off. We stayed at Fowlers Bay, and lost my flag on the drive in. We met some wonderful people, shared stories, and set off early back to the turn off.  From there I cycled 33km to Nundroo. And stayed on a Farmstay in Coorabie. It was fabulous meeting the farmers who owned it, as they explained the changes in the farming population to years past. 

Today was amazing. I met some other cyclists who wanted photos with me, as well as some fellow Troopy enthusiasts that I met at Fowlers Bay. 

Best of all, was when a bus full of children pulled up from the Yalata preschool, who had asked if they could have their photo taken with me. They were gorgeous.  Being a school teacher, this absolutely made my day. 

The other highlight, each and every day, is meeting g up with my support driver Dee. She is super organised, and honestly the ying  to my yang.  I don’t know what I’d do without her. Everyday we laugh and joke around, she is so supportive. Only just under 1000km to go. 😁

Nearly at the start... Ceduna

Thursday 25th Mar
Hello supporters, 
In a few hours time, I will be heading to Ceduna to meet my support driver Dee. She is so excited to be joining me and supporting my journey across the Nullarbor. 
After cycling many trails and paths around Adelaide and SA, I have tapered off the riding a little. I don’t want to exhaust myself before I begin, but do want to keep those muscles moving. 

I have had a friend travelling with me for the past week, and she has also ridden with me a couple of times for part of the trail. Kerry, leaves for home after we meet Dee. 

 Living out of my Troopy is challenging enough when it’s just me, but even more challenging for two. I love sleeping up the top, I generally sleep well up here. There is another bed made up below, though this involves shuffling a lot of things around every day.  It’s a challenge, but doable... like the entire journey...and the challenge that lies ahead  (The Nullarbor) 

I am so grateful to everybody here who have shown their support in many ways.  I definitely am going to need continued words of encouragement along the journey, so please follow my page... The Long Road To Me  (Facebook, or Instagram with underscores between the words) and spur me on along the journey.  We are over the half way mark in terms of my fundraising targets, and I am so humbled. I have reasonable way to go, so please spread the word amongst your friends, families and network to help me help others living with Multiple Sclerosis.   I hope you are enjoying my journey so far.  Over 770km cycled n training to date, over $11,000 raised and only 2 more sleeps until I start cycling that long stretch of road. I’m sure my mental and physical strength is about to be challenged. A sacrifice I’m prepared to make to meet this goal.   Xx Tracey 😁

The Riesling Trail

Thursday 25th Mar

McLaren Vale to Adelaide

Friday 12th Mar
Hello all, whilst I’ve been updating my page on Facebook...The Long Road To Me, I have yet to update this blog. 

I’ve spent some time on Kangaroo Island and rested after having a fall and hurting my wrist. It’s feeling way better and ride-ready. Yesterday I went for a quick ride to Willunga, from McLaren Vale, and am about to get ready to ride into Adelaide. I’ve had Vinyl stickers put on my car, advertising my page and my Doi it for MS site. Not long to go now, before I meet with my support driver and I begin to cycle that long stretch of road, The Nullarbor.

 I was lucky to be able to finally find a bike in my size, that was similar to the bike I had stolen. It’s a much more comfortable ride for me, though I’m yet to test it out on a 100km ride. 

The scenery around South Australia has been spectacular so far, and I often wonder if people have life balance right. As I cycle past some of the best beaches, I hope that people are making the most of what they have at their doorstep. I’ve seen older people on their Zimmer frames, making their way to a bench seat, to eat a piece of fruit and look at the sea. Please make sure you are taking care of yourselves. Take some time out to enjoy a simple pleasure and enjoy some of what this beautiful country has to offer. It’s the simple things. 

I’ve met some wonderful people on my journey so far. Their stories intrigue me, and inspire me in so many ways. Stories from refugees trying to escape persecution, to surviving cancer, and some, embracing their beliefs and having a go, no matter the hurdles. That is also my journey. To get out, and have a go, no matter the hurdles. No matter how hard it is at times. One foot in front of the other, or in my case, one pedal after the other, one revolution at a time.  My mantra... a simple flag that I bought from Typo stays with me everyday. Whether I’m facing solitude, fatigue or pain.  It serves as a reminder to me to stay Fierce, Powerful,  and Unstoppable!  
Please do me a favour, do something for yourselves today. Something simple. Take some time out with a cuppa, a book, get in your garden, or take a short drive or walk to somewhere near or far, and find beauty to breathe in. It will cleanse your soul.  Xxx 

Getting ready

Tuesday 23rd Feb
Hi everyone, thank you so much for your donations. I am stoked to have reached more than 10% of the set target so early In launching this page. 

I have a bike that has been donated, and have used funds that have been raised through GoFundMe, after my bikes were stolen, to change some specs for it to be further suitable for me to ride, the big test is tomorrow. 
I am extremely grateful to Dee, who has offered to be my support driver for the ride. She has been more than amazing in assisting me in the planning process, and I’m sure we will be a great support to each other along the way.  I’ll be making my way towards meeting Dee in Ceduna, where our journey starts, by the end of the week. I have mapped out many training trails along the way in SA to keep up my preparedness. For now, I have to trade my sketchers for cleats and get used to them. Let’s be clear here, I am not your typical cyclist. I do not wear Lycra apart from my knicks and wearing cleats will be a first for me, though I’m assured they will be better for the ride.  Stay tuned for the next instalment.  Thanks again to all who have donated.  This MS warrior Is inspired on further with every donation.  XxX 

New Bike

Wednesday 10th Feb
Hi all, I have my first new mountain bike to ride, after having my three bikes stolen. I’m super keen to get back k. The bike and keep training for the Nullarbor. It doesn’t seem to take long to begin to lose your bike fitness. Today I’m revisiting a trail that was too rough for my original road bikes. I’m yet to buy another road bike. They are not so easy to come by in my size at the moment.  Thank you to all who have donated to this charity solo ride so far.  Let’s do this together for MS. 

Thank you to my Sponsors

$3.75k

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc.

$2.2k

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc

$2.05k

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc.

$1.63k

In Memory Of Ryan Cooke

Well done Tracey on both this cycling initiative and tremendous achievement. This money was donated to us when we lost our son Ryan Cooke. Ryan loved cycling and was passionate about helping and supporting others.

$1.52k

Brent Dennison

$1,000

Lesa Bell

Happy Birthday to my dearest friend Tracey XXX ...I am so proud of you .....you are achieving more than I could ever dream to achieve...you go girl ...love ya Lesa Pete Ash and Eb ❤️💛🧡🥰

$1,000

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc.

$1,000

Machiavellian Golfers Society

The Machiavellian Golfers Society, inspired by your stoicism, are pleased to donate $1,000 from our recent Shipwreck Coast Tour. to your fundraiser Tracey.

$600

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc.

$515

Susan Houniet

To my amazing longest bff that who I look up to (not in height). I am super proud of you. You are a special person who is always in my heart. Love ya to the moon and back.

$515

Anstis Family

Will be following you the entire way! Be safe.

$500

Rotary Club Of Yea Inc.

$500

Phillip Vale

$407

Tracey Ukosich

$329.90

Christopher Howlett

Congratulations xxx

$250

Gaye And Greg Garlick

I am so proud to call you my friend. You are one inspirational woman, inspiring so many to try to achieve something out of their comfort zone. Happy Birthday my love, can't wait to read your book . You are creating such amazing life memories and we are all loving seeing and reading your adventures each day. Big hugs from both of us, xxoo

$250

Leanne Pleash

Tracey, I hope the trip succeeds in informing people about life with MS and inspires others to pursue their heart’s desires. May you delight in the Nullarbor’s offerings.

$208.80

Yea Podiatry Clinic

Smashing those goals!! You're an inspiration Trace.

$208.80

Janet And Russell

Fabulous effort Tracey . An amazing feat and something you can be very proud of

$208.80

Karen Vale

Way to go sis, super proud of you, your spirt courage and tenacity i admire immensely. Wishing I could join you on your long road to me, but certainly enjoying following your journey.

$208.80

Brett Gallagher

$208.80

Peter & Jacquie Milne

Wishing you all the best in your endeavours Tracey, I know Pete has really enjoyed the time he has had to connect with you on his cycle to Perth from Adelaide.

$200

Donna

You go girlfriend .. now your over the half way mark fur your fundraising ... whoo hooo

$156.60

Yea Medical Centre

Wonderful and inspirational.

$156.60

Marilyn Wood

What an amazing adventure you are undertaking. I wish you every success in reaching your goals for fundraising and personally. Best wishes to you and Dee as you tackle the Nullarbor XxMarilyn

$156.60

Ann Drysdale

Go Tracey! You can do it!

$156.60

Glenda Woods

Happy Cycling Tracey. I hope you don't get any punctures

$156.60

Dowling Exvavations

We commend you on the amazing encounter you are about to endeavor on and the achievements that you have already gained.

$156.60

Deb Robinson

Hey Trace. Your determination and positive attitude is an inspiration. Go hard and go well my friend,wishing you a safe and awesome journey. Cheers

$156.60

Jessica Ng

Keep peddling 🚴‍♀️👍

$156.60

Sal N Ric

We look forward to seeing and hearing about your adventures. This is a fabulous thing to do Trace, all the best! xx

$156.60

Ross Schoeffel

Well done Tracey, well done Dee

$156.60

Megan Austin

How impressive. Wish I were a fly on the wall in the van with Dee and you in the evenings. I imagine you will keep each other well entertained! All the very best for the cycle!!!

$156.60

Debbie Redding

Congratulations Tracey, you are such a wonderful inspiration to us all. Sending you all our love ❤️❤️❤️

$156.60

Jeremy Stone

Congratulations!!

$150

Kerry Gouldthorpe

Good luck with achieving your dream Tracey. Enjoy your ride and saty safe. Love you xx

$150

Bernard Mcgrath

Good luck, what a wonderful effort so far - Loving following your progress with Dee - From Kay McGrath

$150

Andrew P

Well done, almost there!!!

$150

The James Family

From the pictures of you both on the road we feel like we’re there with you.

$125.28

Raelene Mold

Trace, you are a super star 💫. I can not thank you enough for the blisters, head winds, sick days, passion & determination you've shown for this cause. I wish I could donate more as a fellow sufferer as you. A massive congratulations 👏👏👏👏👏

$104.40

Pam Lohse

Sending best wishes to you both on this amazing journey. Keep on cycling, have fun and stay safe.

$104.40

Grace Hind

Good job Tracey!

$104.40

Jane Mcdonald

Absolutely inspirational Tracey and so is your pommy escort!

$104.40

Meryl Connell

You are such an inspiration Tracey. Amazing effort. Congratulations!

$104.40

Val Howard

You are a true inspiration Tracey. I will be thinking of you and sending great vibes to help you along that very long road ! xxx

$104.40

Russell Chapman

Hope you reach your goal. Take care and stay safe

$104.40

Anonymous

What a giving person you are Tracey. You are an inspiration to everyone unstoppable.

$104.40

Meagan Callander

Good luck Trace!

$104.40

Julie And Doug Merrett

Loving your posts. You are so brave, those road trains are brutal. What an adventure you are having, safe safe and you have great support.❤️

$104.40

Fiona, John & Tom Purvis

Happy birthday Tracey! You are truly an inspiration to us all! Your grit and determination to complete your journey has shone through even when faced with challenges at the beginning! Best of luck for the remainder of your ride, we can’t wait to hear about your journey when you get back to Yea. Stay safe xoxo

$104.40

Anonymous

Superb effort,go girls,say Gday to Dee for me

$104.40

Conn Mcgrath

Tracey, so nice to meet you (twice!), you are an inspiring women which is clearly reflected in how much you have raised thus far. Congratulations and hope you can enjoy your time on the road. Conn & Luke

$104.40

Bill Fenton

$104.40

Nicholas Van Zeggeren

Happy Birthday, Tracey!! Your ride is a remarkable example of courage and determination winning over adversity (and road trains!). Keep going - you'll make it!

$104.40

Lizzie Hoffmann

Happy Birthday Trace. You are a legend, we are so proud of you in what you are achieving. Ride safely beautiful. Big hugs full of love Lizzie, Geoff, Belle, Eddie & Harry xxxxxxxxx

$104.40

Cath Evans

$104.40

Sharyn Mcdonald

Tracey you are an inspiration to us all and we knew Dee would be a fun companion and a great support. A fantastic effort both of you. Wising you a happy birthday Tracey. Sharyn and Euan

$104.40

Jeanette Tilley

You are an inspiration Tracey. Full of admiration that you took on this gutsy challenge and "did it". You could not have had a better person to support you (proud of you Dee) and to keep your spirits up. Happy Birthday Tracey, and all the very best as you continue life's journey. Jeanette and John

$104.40

Art & Jan Barnett

Good luck Tracey. Thinking of you always. xx

$104.40

Belinda Fisher

Congratulations Miss U! You are amazing and such a wonderful inspiration.

$104.40

Adele Callander

So impressed and inspired by you Tracey! Congratulations! Xx

$104.40

David Anderson

Hope you had a wonderful birthday yesterday. Tippy and I are in awe of your stamina and achievements. Stand tall and proclaim "I did it"

$104.40

Lynette Sutherland

Grit, determination and a big heart! ❤️💜💙 Love you Trace xx

$104.40

Judy Brookes

Hello, Tracey I'm a friend of Dee's (you couldn't get a better person to help you on your way :-) ) and she has told me all about your courage and determination. Full speed ahead.

$104.40

Jandra Kelly

You go girl, Tracey you are an inspiration, enjoy the ride, scenery and everything the Nullarbor has to offer. Happy cycling 🚴‍♀️🚴‍♀️ xx

$104.40

Gaylene Nixon

You go girlfriend - love you long time ❤️

$104.40

Sue Stanley

Go well Tracey. Amazing endeavour x

$104.40

Jennifer Helmuth

You are a great mentor. Great teacher, and great friend. You will achieve your goal and we are riding right beside you all the way . Lots of love mark and jen xxx

$104.40

Vicki Bredin

Good luck trac your amazin luv ya 😍

$100

Ellen Lowerson

Keep going Tracey. You are a bloody inspiration!

$100

Aileen & Max

Happy Birthday 🎉 Tracey . You are doing an amazing job . Donna has been filling us in on your travels .

$100

Anonymous

Wishing you only the best. You are a fabulous inspiration

$78.30

Andrea Whitaker

You are an inspiration. Go girl!

$78.30

Russell

Some people make it happen, some people watch it happen and some just wonder what happened! You are making it happen - conquering your own challenges and raising important funds! So pleased I met up with you both in Madura

$78.30

Mirella And Luigi

Go Girl!!! You are amazing. Keep going!

$78.30

Anne Mellanby

Keep going Tracey you are doing amazingly well xx

$78.30

Julie Lynch

All the best Trace. What an amazing journey you are undertaking!

$78.30

Danielle Lohse

$78.30

Anonymous

$78.30

Carol Pollard

Good luck with your big ride Tracey , GO GIRL XX

$78.30

Janet Bell

Welldone

$78.30

Leesa Reynolds

Well done achieving this for MS!

$78.30

Anonymous

You are inspiration Tracey! Love the Crinks

$78.30

John Leary

Tracey you are totally amazing. I have loved following your posts from adversity to triumph. You have raised a heap of money for MS, inspired a stack of people around the country and hopefully found and understood what an amazing person you are. Looking forward to hearing the stories of your journey when you get home.

$78.30

Michael Hall

$78.30

Marina

Go girl, you can do it!

$78.30

Vicky Parry

You are amazing

$78.30

Jasonkaren Carey

All fhe best Trace , incredible task and full of admiration for your efforts !!!!

$75

Sue Hall

You got this Trace!!! Your amazing, Love ur guts and determination.

$75

Lizzie Hoffmann

You’ve got this Trace 💕

$52.20

Laraine Meti

Break a leg

$52.20

Yvonne Appleyard

Wishing you safe travels across the Nullabour as you raise money for this much worthy cause. Take care Tracy and Dee Wilson. 🚴🏻👍

$52.20

Anonymous

$52.20

Peter Warren

Wishing you all the very best Trace and I hope you stay safe, happy, healthy and strong. Love Allison x

$52.20

Anonymous

Enjoy your travels and congratulations 😊

$52.20

Mike Caracciolo

Awesome Tracey. Best of luck

$52.20

Kim Lee

I'm a friend of Karen's and she told me what you are doing your an inspiration for everyone good luck stay safe happy riding

$52.20

Michelle Mcguinness

$52.20

Sue Spagnolo

Everyday as I check the cows on the motorbike I think of how amazing you are 💪🏼

$52.20

Brigitte Baynes

You’re a legend!!!

$52.20

Jodi Joeng

Well done Tracey

$52.20

Mary Armstrong

Good luck Tracey you are inspiration look forward to watching your journey !

$52.20

Susan Kain

$52.20

Harding Family

Proud to support your effort Tracey!

$52.20

Chrissi Travell

Best wishes to you both on your 'adventure' - good luck, keep safe and take care. Sending love and light. Chrissi x

$52.20

Janine

Saw you riding today, met your friend Dee. Hats off to you both. Good luck.

$52.20

Will Phillips

Drove past you on the Nullarbor - impressive ride all for a great cause!

$52.20

Deb And Ant

All the best to reach your goal. You are inspirational and hope to see you in Busselton

$52.20

Annette Coonan

You & Dee are inspirational. Almost there now. What an achievement. Happy birthday Tracey, one you will never forget xx

$52.20

Sue Kain

Keep going Tracey and enjoy your birthday. I know Dee will make it special ❤️

$52.20

Peter Costello

Good luck to you Tracey on your great Journey on raising money and awareness. I trust your offsider Dee is taking good care of you. 👍

$52.20

Jan Russon

Amazing Tracey. As a dear friend of Dee I know she would have been there to supply plenty of laughs and support. I am in awe of the commitment, hard work and effort you have put into this adventure. Congratulations and Happy Birthday

$52.20

Karen Chisholm

Well done Tracey

$52.20

Melissa Donegan

Happy Birthday peddle woman. Thank goodness this stretch of the long road is nearly bloody over. Mammoth achievement. So proud of you and your side kick Dee. Xx

$52.20

Ellen L

Happy Birthday Tracey!

$52.20

Rosie Appleton

What an inspiration xxx

$52.20

Margie And Sam Wright

What an amazing effort. Well done Tracey. What a great support for you having Dee on the journey with you. Not long to go now.

$52.20

Christine Kellett

$52.20

Kerri Smith

Great job! Has been awesome watching your journey. ‘TRPY47’ from Instagram

$52.20

Sarah Webb Ware

Well done Tracey on your epic ride with you wonderful support team. Go dee.

$52.20

Ellen Lowerson

Half way there. You've got this!

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Mel'z Place

Wonderful Job Tracey love you heaps

$52.20

Ebony M Coghlan

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Deb Male

Good luck Trace!

$52.20

Michelle Johnston

$52.20

Remi Goldrick

Woo!!

$52.20

Viveca Woods

Amazing Lady,awe inspiring! Following you closely and cheering you on! For Allie

$52.20

Jodie Tsamados

Dear Tracey, what a wonderful thing you are doing. Have fun!

$52.20

Sue Gregory

$52.20

Elizabeth Huntley

$50

Jonathan F

All the best Trace

$50

Deidre And John Moore

Well done Tracey. Good Luck with your ride.

$50

Kevin Gaitskell

Hi Tracey We met in Fowlers Bay. Sorry we missed you both on the Nullarbor. Go strong. Kevin

$50

Sylvia Mcgregor

With admiration for what you are doing Tracey.

$50

Joy Moore

I admire your strength of purpose Tracey. All the best.

$50

Graham Gath

$50

Maduraoasis Maduraoasis

$50

Sally & Peter Betton

$50

Binky Farmbush

Happy Birthday and Congrats on your incredible journey! Hope you celebrate accordingly and enjoy Norseman. Well done!!

$50

Jenn Daverington

Congratulations Tracey! And happy birthday too!! Xox

$50

Angela March

$50

Ian Lumby

Great stuff Tracey, go well !

$50

Kylie Fountain

Wishing you the best of luck Trace xxx

$50

Jane Webster

Well done girl! Ride safe xx

$41.76

Rebecca Lawrence

Nice work Tracey! You’re over halfway now so time for me to pitch in! Keep up the good work and looking forward to catching up with you again somewhere in this beautiful country!

$31.32

Tina Brunt

❤❤❤

$30

Lucky Rondon

$30

Zanni Waldstein

Such a great thing to do Tracey :-) Ride well!

$30

Kerry Gouldthorpe

Happy Birthday Tracey. Congratulations on your MS fundraising efforts. Enjoy your celebrations 🎉

$26.10

Stefan Kernecker

Have got a friend with MS, proud of your effort

$26.10

Carolyn Musarella

Fantastic effort

$26.10

Libby Murphy

Smash this Trace. We are all behind you xxx

$26.10

Julie Saville

Good luck on the Nullarbor Tracey.

$20.88

Jackie Findlater

Good luck to you Tracey. Braveheart. Hope Dee doesn't boss you around too much.

$20.88

Gloria Van Der Laan

More power to you Tracey ... such an awesome effort .. stay safe and I hope you reach your goal xx

$20.88

Coral Butler

My girlfriend was diagnosed at 28, now wheelchair bound at 42. Heartbreaking... Though you're our road angel helping to seek much needed funds for this debilitating disease and I'm so thankful for you xx coral

$20.88

Ursula O’brien

I wish you all the best in your endeavours to help combat this disease. 💕

$20.88

Billy

$20.88

Jack Purvis

Hi Mrs U! Happy birthday from your favourite student! I also wanted to wish you good luck for the rest of your ride. I am very proud of you! From Jack

$20.88

Anonymous

$20.88

Fratin Brothers Concreting

$20.88

Kevin And Lucy Cunningham

Keep going girls ..great reasons to finish...job well done.

$20.88

Lorraine Harris

Happy birthday Tracey! You are amazing ! Such a wonderful achievement

$20.88

Michelle Foster

Well done you ... and happy birthday 🥳

$20.88

Carlie U

You’re an absolute inspiration! Well done!

$20.88

Karen Osborne

Good luck!

$20

Charles T Price

$20

Aimee Agelis

$20

Andrew Pitman

Happy Birthday Tracey. Keep up the great work

$20

Sharon Hill

So in awe of you Trace xxx

$15

T Shipard

$10.44

Lily Neilson

Miss U you are doing a great job. Keep up the good work love Lily

$10.44

Alaimo

Hi Tracey you are an extraordinary woman!

$10.44

Anonymous

$10

Bronwyn And Ian Field

$10

Jorgkitt Jorgkitt

$10

Ian And Robyn Bodycoat

$10

Sue And Gary Vogt