60km Medio & 30km Piccolo
Please note this ride is currently on hold due to COVID-19 (original date was scheduled for Sunday 5 April 2020)
Rolling out just after Gran Fondo, the shorter Medio and Piccolo rides are perfect for an achievable challenge and for groups of various abilities.
How much does it cost?
|To 31 January||To 25 March|
|60km Medio||$117||$147||Add $25|
Is rider insurance included?
If you are not a Cycling Australia member, a one day membership of $5.50 will be added to your entry at checkout.
Your favourite 2019 features are back! As the only bike ride in Australia on FULLY CLOSED inner city roads, with multiple river crossings including the Story Bridge - this is the ride you want to do!
The Tour de Brisbane course embraces our lifestyle, shows off our unique environment, and reflects our city's vision to be the world's most livable city.
*Please note all courses are subject to change until receipt of final approvals from Queensland Police.*
Who Can Ride?
60km Medio - Must be born in 2005 or earlier; e-bikes okay
30km Piccolo - Must be born in 2007 or earlier, e-bikes and recumbents okay
Age restrictions for each category are defined by the Cycling Australia Junior Policy
What is the average elevation?
Are there minimum speed requirements or curfews?
Yes, you must be satisfied you will meet the minimum average speed criteria needed to complete your course distance within the road-closure period. There will be multiple curfew points across the course to ensure that your ride is fully supported and the event complies with issued permits.
60km Medio - to be calculated on final course approval. Estimated at 20km/hr minimum.
30km Piccolo - to be calculated on final course approval. Estimated at 18km/hr minimum.
More info on not meeting a curfew is available on the terms and conditions.
You can make a difference!
Along the way you can help make a difference for The Common Good, an initiative of the Prince Charles Hospital, by raising fund for vital organ and tissue transplant research. When you sign up, everyone receives a fundraising account and it's up to you in how little or how much you can play your part.
Do I get a free jersey?
From August 2019 to 31 December 2019, there was a free jersey offer for all participants who got in early and entered within this time frame. If you have entered after this date you do not receive a free jersey.
The only exception is unless you enter via The Common Good using their unique promo code or URL link and support the charity on your Tour de Brisbane journey.
Jerseys are available to purchase via our merchandise sponsor, Scody.
Where is registration?
You can collect your race packs from South Bank on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 April. Times will be confirmed closer to the event.