Held annually on the last Sunday of Bike Week, entrants in this year’s Great Brisbane Bike Ride can choose the route to suit.
This year’s entrants in The Great Brisbane Bike Ride can choose from 110km, 75km or 40km traffic-free routes around Brisbane and can also choose the optional Mt Coot-tha timed climb.
According to Bicycle Queensland Chief Executive Officer Ben Wilson Brisbane’s oldest cycling event is going back to its roots.
“For 20 years Queenslanders have been riding the Great Brisbane Bike Ride, but in recent years the event has taken a back seat to the Coot-tha Challenge,” he says.
“This year’s route is a true tour of Brisbane from the east to the west and north and south of our great river with the 110km route crossing the Brisbane River over the Gateway Bridge in the east and on the iconic Moggill Ferry in the west.”
Mr Wilson said the four routes on offer are of varying difficulties so anyone, whatever your abilities can take part and view our amazing city like never before.
“The Great Brisbane Bike Ride is simply the most exciting way to experience the dynamic and diverse neighbourhoods of our great city and will give the people of Brisbane the thrill and freedom to ride car-free streets, highways and bridges that you can only do in this event.”
The Great Brisbane Bike Ride will take place on Sunday 3 May. Early bird entries close on 31 March so get in quick! For more information, see our Event Guide listing.