By donning a cape for the Lake Hume Cycle Challenge, you can become a real-life Super-man or woman to those with cancer and help the Albury Wodonga Cancer Centre Trust.
This year the Trust is calling on Border residents to come to the family town ride and walk on February 22 dressed as their favourite superhero with their bike decorated to match.
All proceeds from the ride will go towards the Wellness Centre in the Cancer Centre and the Border Trust.
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Prizes will be awarded for the best individual and group costume, as well as the best dressed bike.
This year the start and finish line for the family ride had moved to Belvoir Park to allow residents to take advantage of the scenic, shaded footpath on Gateway Island leading to Noreuil Park.
The family event can range from five to 25 kilometres, depending on skill level.
Residents will also be able to participate in the 32 kilometre Weir Wonder, the 79 kilometre Sandy Creek and the 127 kilometres Granya Grind, which all start from Wodonga Racecourse.
Registrations are now open.