Through four editions of the Man Ride, we have helped the way people think about mental health. Broke borders and barriers. Shunned stereotypes. The Man Ride is now a defining pillar of who we are. And what we stand for. No longer an annual event. But a battle cry to shine a light on the dark subject of male suicide. Always.
One:5 Strava Challenge Complete
Thank you for making the Man Ride One:5 Strava Challenge the biggest event yet in our efforts to raise awareness for Men’s Mental Health. By far. Over 90,000 riders participated in the challenge, from all corners of the world.
One in five Australian males will suffer from mental illness in their lives. The stats can be overwhelming. But we are dedicated to making a difference. All for one.
in the Wild
In order to find himself, Black Sheep family member Kevin Hubsmith first had to lose himself. Twice. Two incredible journeys through the wild Moab Desert. One by foot, the other by bike. Nine years apart. To come to terms with his mental health. This is his inspiring story.Read Now
We asked friends of Black Sheep, Bridget Slocum and Faz Zamani to have an open discussion about digital detoxing. They discuss ’Is it time to prioritise our mental wellbeing with the same level of investment we lend to social media and staying fit?’Listen Now
Man Ride Collection:
The Chaos Kit has become a conversation piece. And fuelled a worldwide conversation about inner peace. You, too, can help shine a bright light on the dark subject of male suicide and depression.Preview
Mental Health Day
Special WMN Podcast
Man Ride and WMN join forces for a very special podcast to talk about the positive effects exercise has on mental health.Listen Now