100KM, 60KM, 25KM
All rides start and finish at James Drysdale Recreation Reserve, Bunya.
The full GPS route will be available to download soon.
100KM – 6:00am
60KM – 7:00am
25KM – 8:00am
No. If you are registered for the 100KM and miss your start time you will ride in the 60KM event. If you miss the final start time of 7:00am you will not be able to participate in the ride.
No. The Cycle of Giving is a charity ride taking in the beauty of South East Queensland and raising money for medical research and is NOT a race.
There are no minimum speed requirements to register for this event, however you must be able to complete your chosen distance within 6 hours.
Riders who are riding slower than the predicted 16km/h will be encouraged to be swept forward along the route to ensure they are able to cross the finish line within the time frame.
Riders who do not wish to be swept forward should be aware that full course support will not be available to them after the cut-off time.
There will be a number of support vehicles, volunteers, mechanics and staff along the course to help all participants. If you require assistance, please phone the emergency hotline number on your bib.
If you are unable to continue riding, that is okay. Please phone the emergency hotline number on your bib to notify event staff that you will not be continuing the event.
We use your registration fee to cover the costs of running this fantastic event so 100% of your fundraising is used to power medical research.
Absolutely! Team registrations are encouraged! There is no extra cost to register a team, however make sure each rider registers themselves individually online.
Yes you can, but on-the-day registrations will be more expensive.
Check your junk/spam folders. If it’s not there, just give us a call on 3139 4636 and we’ll re-send it.
No. Unlike previous years, there are no dedicated services for this event. To find public transport available to you, please visit translink.com.au
Primarily on open roads alongside road traffic, however there will be police, support vehicles, volunteers and staff along the way.
We ask all cyclists to follow Queensland Bicycle Road Rules throughout the entire ride.
The event will go ahead rain or shine and will only be cancelled on the advice from Queensland Police should it be deemed unsafe. Unfortunately there are no refunds offered in the unlikely case the event is cancelled.
Our minimum age is 16 and everyone between 16 and 18 must be accompanied by an adult, parent or guardian.
No animals are permitted along the ride.
In accordance with Queensland Bicycle Road Rules, all participants must wear an approved bicycle helmet.
Unfortunately we don’t offer refunds as registration are used to cover the costs of running this fantastic event so 100% of your fundraising is used to power medical research.
Event insurance covers participants for personal and third party injury, if caused by the negligence of the event organiser. Participants are not covered for accidents. The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation is not responsible for any damage to or loss of equipment or personal belongings.
It is advisable for cyclists to carry their own personal accident insurance. Participants are only covered by the event insurance if they have paid their registration fee and checked in at the start point. Participants are not covered for any accident or injury occurring after leaving the cycle event or after discontinuing the cycle.
Limited luggage storage will be available at the start and finish line.
There will be presentations, stalls, food and drinks at the finish line to thank all of the riders for raising funds to support medical research.
No worries at all! We know it can be a little daunting to fundraise, so we’ve listed a few easy ways to get started on our website, under “Fundraising / Fundraising Tips”.
No, you don’t have to fundraise, but we encourage as many of our riders as possible to ask their friends, family and colleagues for support to help us raise funds for lifesaving medical research.
There are a two ways to do this. You can either visit our office during office hours and we can process the cash donations over the counter or you, yourself, can make an online donation to The Cycle of Giving for the same value and retain the offline donations.
Yes. All donations are handled through the website and receipts are automatically sent via email. All donations of $2 or greater made to The Cycle of Giving are tax-deductible.
Yes – Please contact the team to find out more on 3139 4636
For more information about the 2018 Cycle of Giving, please call 07 3139 4636 or email events@TheCommonGood.org.au