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Saturday 13 April and Sunday 14 April 2019

SUPER Early Bird Price: TBC

The National Road Series makes its return to Queensland and its first trip to Brisbane with the inaugural Tour de Brisbane.  Featuring an iconic city-based venue, a fast and technical inner-city criterium, and a tough reverse climb up Mt Coot-tha, this will be a very fast and spectator friendly hit out.

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Course

Queensland and Brisbane stand tall and proud to provide an international calibre cycle course.

For the last five months, state and local stakeholders have been on a journey together to create a course that embraces our lifestyle, shows off our unique environment, and reflects our city's vision to be the world's most livable city.

The ride order, full detail and course mokka will be released after receipt of final approvals.

Key features:

  • Start/finish at South Bank
  • Multiple river crossings including Story Bridge
  • Mt Coot-tha climb and descent
  • Riding where no one has ridden before!

Road Race Elevation Profiles

 

Team Prerequisites

Team Managers can enter now and allocate riders any time up to four weeks before race day.

Men - minimum 5, maximum 7.  Must submit final rider names and reserves four weeks before race day.

Women - minimum 3, maximum 5.  Must submit final rider names and reserves four weeks before race day.

Price

All team prices are calculated per rider.

Full pricing table coming soon.

Ways to Pay

To help you lock in your ride, we're offering two options to book your place now:

SUPER Early Bird

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A special early bird rate until 30 November.

Drip Pay

Drip Pay
 

From as little as $1 upfront with no interest payment plan via Paypal.

Manual Entry Forms

You can also submit a manual entry form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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