Pedal 2 Perth 4 Paul to hit Bunbury on Saturday, December 7

Wheels in motion: David Graden, 37, will travel from Margaret River to Mullaloo Beach for this year's Pedal 2 Perth 4 Paul fundraising challenge. Photo: Supplied.
Wheels in motion: David Graden, 37, will travel from Margaret River to Mullaloo Beach for this year's Pedal 2 Perth 4 Paul fundraising challenge. Photo: Supplied.

Mental health advocate David Graden is pulling out all the stops in time for his next big adventure.

Next month, the 37-year-old will ride from Margaret River to Mullaloo Beach as part of the 2019 Pedal 2 Perth 4 Paul challenge.

On Saturday, December 7, Mr Graden will set off from Margaret River and reach Bunbury later in the day.

Mr Graden will depart from Bunbury at 8am on the 8th, before leaving the South-West and riding into Mandurah.

After leaving Mandurah, the cyclist will then reach his destination at 2pm on December 9.

Mr Graden is an ambassador for A Chance for Change - a charity dedicated to helping men with mental health issues.

The ride is dedicated to his partner's brother Paul Strange, who took his own life in December 2016.

Mr Graden, who suffered depression and anxiety throughout his 20s, is encouraging Bunbury residents to support the cause.

"I will be wearing a black mask during the ride. The mask represents the men who suffer in silence, every day," he said.

"Our charity is a not-for-profit organisation, so all of the money will go towards helping others."