You say you want a revolution?


Yes, We all want to change the world

With a little help from his friends, Lorimer is setting out on a mission to completely RETHINK persistent pain, RE-ENGAGE with this massive problem and provide people with the resources to RECOVER. Here’s just a few reasons why:


You say you got a real solution

Well you know, here’s the plan – get out into the community. Because the people that are suffering and experiencing persistent pain aren’t at the table when research grants are being handed out.

So Lorimer and Co are going to do it in the road – they are going to take on a cycling odyssey and ride from Melbourne to Adelaide, stopping along the way to engage with communities with outreach activities. They’re definitely hoping that people will be watching them.

Here’s the ride:screen-shot-2017-02-20-at-11-50-33-am

Don’t you know it’s gonna be, All right

With your help.

Here’s how

  1. Click on the image below to go to the Everyday Hero website to help raise funds that will directly support research


2. Click on the image below to go to the Pain Revolution Facebook page like it, share it and do the other Facebook things to help spread the word


3. Encourage others to do 1. and 2. above!

Every bit helps, every bit makes a difference.


2 Responses to “You say you want a revolution?”

  1. jqu33431quintner

    All of my most interesting (and useless) ideas have come to me when I am perched upon my bike. Bon voyage and good luck to Lorimer et al.

  2. davidbutler0noi

    A big pat on the back for getting this going Lorimer. I am going to admit to following the cyclists in my old four wheel drive while partaking in the occasional gin and tonic.

    This is such a worthwhile cause. The bush misses out. I hope our readers can support in some way.



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