Sunday 14 April 2019
Ages 17 and up
Late entries now available until sold out with a $20 last minute admin levy.
The UCI Gran Fondo World Series at the Tour de Brisbane is your chance to line up against your age group and see exactly how you stack up. Plus if you finish in the top 25% you'll have an opportunity to represent your nation at the 2019 World Championships in Poznan, Poland.
Featuring fully closed roads and an iconic city-based course, the inaugural Tour de Brisbane is a world class experience on two wheels. Ride where you've never ridden before - through the city, across the river (more than once!), and over Mt Coot-tha.
What's the difference between an Amy's Ride and a UCI Gran Fondo World Series Age Category?
While both are offered at 110km distances, the Amy's Rides is non-competitive recreation ride. In contrast, the Age Category is competitive and starts are sorted by age group. The top 25% calculation for UCI qualification is calculated based on all full 110km participants.
Queensland and Brisbane stand tall and proud to provide an international calibre cycle course.
For six months, state and local stakeholders embarked 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.
- Start/finish at South Bank
- Multiple river crossings including Story Bridge
- Mt Coot-tha climb and descent
- Riding where no one has ridden before!
110km Ride with GPS
Important Age Group Info
All ages are calculated as of 31 December 2019, age groups as follows:
19-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+
Age groups for over 65+ will be included if at least 6 or more participants are entered in order to meet the minimum requirements to constitute an age group for qualifying.
From April 1 to April 3
Age Category - 110km
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Ways to Pay
To help you lock in your ride, we're offering two options to book your place now:
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.
Gran Fondo (110km) - to be calculated on final course approval. Estimated at 20km/hr minimum.
If you cannot maintain the average speed for the Gran Fondo, we recommend you enter the 45km Piccolo.
More info on not meeting a curfew is available on the terms and conditions.