In March this year, Pike completed her sixth Chain Reaction Challenge across New Zealand's South Island over seven days.
Her group consisting of 58 riders raised over $1,500,000.
"I think it's always nice for me to be in a position where I can start to give back," Pike said.
"And it's also a fantastic substitute for not playing cricket anymore."
This October, Pike will take part in a three-day ride for the Women's Chain Reaction Challenge.
Forty women embarked upon the inaugural ride last year, raising over $400,000.
"It's phenomenal to see a bunch of women coming together and conquering something that they thought was not possible."
Pike raises money for children's charities Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland and AEIOU Foundation.
A fast-medium bowler, Pike played 37 games for Australia
Pike now works as a partner in the Real Estate and Construction Team at DibbsBarker.
Post retirement, former Australian cricketer Kirsten Pike has raised over $50,000 for charity, jumping on the bike for the Chain Reaction Challenge Foundation