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A group of Melbourne cyclists has pledged to help the Australian Beyond Blue foundation maintain its work to increase awareness of depression in men and a group of Melbourne cyclists has pledged to help the foundation maintain its work.

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Former St Kilda Cycling Club President Dean Langenberg has recruited an enthusiastic group of men, mostly from the Melbourne suburb of Beaumaris, to complete a three-day Blue Trails mountain bike ride that will raise funds for the foundation.

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Former St Kilda Cycling Club President Dean Langenberg has recruited an enthusiastic group of men, mostly from the Melbourne suburb of Beaumaris, to complete a three-day Blue Trails mountain bike ride that will raise funds for the foundation.

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The idea for the ride evolved from a discussion between Beaumaris butcher Steve Sutherland and Langenberg after both men had helped employees suffering from depression.

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"My involvement in cycling naturally led me to organise this ride as a vehicle to raise money," said Langenberg.

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A group of eight riders will attempt the difficult and unchartered ride along the Murray River from Yarrawonga to Echuca during the three-day Queen's Birthday weekend (June 8-11), and it's no coincidence that the difficulties presented on the ride are synonymous with those presented by depression.

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"Completing the ride will require some of the same attributes that are needed to fight depression - it will take a lot determination and hard work for us to succeed." For more information, email langenberg@bigpond.com

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