FAQs

What date is the event?

 Pedal for PIF is: Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Where is the event being held?

Location / Venue:  
Wynyard Park

What do I wear?

Attendees are ancouraged to arrive in their cycling kit ready to go!

We'll will advise of appropraite clothing and layers closer to the event date.

If you are riding, by law you are required to wear a helmet throughout the ride. 

How can I register?

Please head to our registration page. If you need any assistance with your registration contact us on 1800 313 116 or via enquiries@pif.com.au.

How can I register a team?

Once you have registered as an individual you can create a team.

If you want to join a team, click on join a team and search for the team to add your registration to the team.

I have already signed up, but need to make changes to my registration.

To make any changes to your Fundraising page please click login in the top right of the webpage and select edit my page.

Where does the money I raise go?

By participating in the Tour de PIF you will be raising funds to build a home for at-risk and homeless young people as part of our PIF House Program.

To read more about the Property Industry Foundation and what we do, please click here.

What happens if myself or one of the members of my team pay the registration fee but cannot raise the minimum fundraising amount?

We strongly encourage that all participants to do all they can to reach the minimum fundraising amount. This is to ensure the event reaches its fundraising goals to fund the vital projects which help homeless youth. However, we wouldn’t stop the registrant from participating on the day if they really wanted to.

If you need help reaching your fundraising target, please see the resources from at www.tourdepif.com.au 

Can the money be raised collectively per team, rather than individually to ensure all participants reach their minimum fundraising amount? 

If the team wanted all the funds to go to one participant, but for this one participant's fundraising to count towards the whole team that would be acceptable.

What happens in the case of Covid-19-related restrictions?

We take the risks of COVID-19 very seriously and are in continual contact with authorities about the conduct of the event. While we hope we will be able to stage Pedal for PIF, we know and understand that there remains a degree of uncertainty around how we will all be travelling by the respective event date.

Accordingly, we are continuing to work on organising Pedal for PIF and are committed to giving you some certainty and confidence around what will happen if we are unable to proceed. To that end, just as many other events have, we have enacted a COVID-19 policy.

If the event is not able to proceed due to ongoing restrictions, all attendees will automatically have their registrations transferred to a postponed date in 2022, or a refund if that is preferred. Donations generously made to the Foundation will not be refunded.

We will make the process as simple and as speedy as possible should we be forced to postpone. Our aim is a simple and transparent process that gives you confidence in what happens and lets us all start planning and training for the event.

What happens in the event of bad weather?

We would hope to go ahead with the event if there was light rain. However, in the event of inclement weather or any other factor affecting participant safety, the Property Industry Foundation, and the organisers, have the right to cancel the event to maintain participant safety. Any cancellation or changes to the event will be communicated in advance.

Should the weather prevent activity participation, guests will still be encouraged to attend the lunch (to be held undercover).