Registrations are closed


Registrations For Rotary Ride The Range ONLINE are now closed. You can however Register on the Day at Picnic Point.

Organiser

Rotary Ride the Range

Date:

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Location:

Toowoomba


Registration closes on:

Friday, 24 March 2017 at 11:59 PM - (GMT+10:00) Brisbane

Ride the Range is an achievable challenge. We have ensured that the courses on offer suit all levels of cyclists. For the Ride the Range road event, you have the choice of either a 100 Mile (164k). 112km, 85km or 50km course.

Pricing:

Entry is Priced at $80.00 - which includes lunch at the end of your ride - a delicious Rotary Burger or a Gluten Free Option. One Voucher per rider.

Also One rider who enters #RTR17 will get a big surprise – a signed jersey by all members of the ORICA-SCOTT team that took on the Tour De France, one of the biggest road cycling events in the world. Enter Ride The Range for your chance to win it!



Ride the Range “100 Mile Challenge” (164ks)

The Ride The Range 100 Mile Challenge

With close to 1600 metres of climbing, and over 164k’s; The 100 Mile Challenge is set to challenge you. First you weave down the range, make your way to Upper Tenthill, over to Mulgowie, back into Laidley and then onto Gatton. Just as you think you are done and dusted, you then need to climb home via Blanchview Rd back to Picnic Point 


Ride the Range “Classic”

The Classic is a 112km ride that weaves down the range to Gatton and returns via Blanchview Rd back to Picnic Point, taking in the remarkable scenery of the Lockyer Valley and the Great Dividing Range!

This is the big one, the big challenge of climbing back up the Great Diving Range.


Ride the Range 88km

The 88km ride is still an almighty challenge, but just that little bit shorter.

Again you will start at the top, at Picnic Point in Toowoomba and make your way down the range following a course through the hills and valleys of the Lockyer Valley, with the final climb up the range!‚Äč


Ride the Range 58KM RIDE, the "Nifty Fifty"

If you would like it a little easier, then the 58km ride is for you.

You will start at Picnic Point, a nice steady swoop down the range into the scenery of Lockyer Valley.

Your “Nifty Fifty” will wrap up at Helidon State School. There, a bus will meet you and bring you and your bike back to Picnic Point in Toowoomba.

Support during Rotary Ride the Range

We will support you throughout the Rotary Ride the Range road events including:
  • A well-marked and guided course.
  • Nourishing rest stops
  • Travelling water trucks
  • SAG Wagon