ALL THE INFO

Rider Information

All the information you need to know about the day. Please check back often to see the latest information.

Learn more about the course options

BNE TO GC

100km Rider information

The classic B2GC ride! From the heart of Brisbane roll south via a traffic-free busway, before hitting suburban and back roads on our way to the beachside finish at Fisherman’s Lawn, Southport.

Start location

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

South Brisbane. Click here to view map. 

Start time

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

The ride will begin at the times below, please note your speed category.

Formalities will be kicking off from 5:30am. We strongly recommend you allow plenty of time to assemble before your start time. 

  • 6:00am 35+km/hr 
  • 6:05am 30-35km/hr
  • 6:10am 25-30km/hr 
  • 6:15am <25km/hr

Please note, no riders will be permitted to start after 6:30am.

Getting to the start

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

Ride in: Direct access to the start site will be restricted to registered riders only.   

Drop off: The best drop off location is Stanley Place. You can then ride through the Cultural Centre Tunnel to the start line area. Due to road closures, you will need to access Stanley Place via Montague Road. No vehicle access is permitted to the start site. 

Drive and park: Park with ease close to the start line SW1, South Brisbane Car Park.


Train from the Gold Coast: A train has been chartered from the Gold Coast to the start site to arrive prior to event start. Limited tickets are available for this service.

On-course rest stops

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

There are two on-course rest stops from the 100km ride. Rest stop 1 at Oliver Sports Complex, Eagleby (44km) and Rest stop 2 at Coomera State School (78km). Here you can take a break, recharge with nutrition and water, and then get back on the road. 

Rest stop 1 - Oliver Sports Complex, Eagleby
At the 44km mark is designed for a quick stop and recharge, before powering on to the GC. Food, water, toilets and basic mechanical support will be available.

The 40km event will finish here, while the 60km event riders will start from this rest stop.

Rest stop 2 - Coomera State School
Rest stop 2 is at the 78km mark. Fully equipped with a bike mechanic, refreshments, nutrition and medical support.

This is a great spot to regroup with your riding mates, refuel and prepare for the final 22km leg to the Gold Coast, Fisherman’s Lawn, Southport. 

LOGAN TO GC

60km Rider information

The classic B2GC ride! From the heart of Brisbane roll south via a traffic free busway, before hitting suburban and back roads on our way to the beachside finish at Fisherman’s Lawn, Southport.

Start location

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

Oliver Sports Complex, Eagleby (Rest stop 1)

Start time

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down
The 60km ride will start at 7:30am and join the 100km riders finishing at the Gold Coast, Finsherman's Lawn.

Rider plate: Blue

Getting to the start

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

Ride in: Direct access to the start site is restricted to registered bike riders only. 

Drop off or drive and park: If driving or getting dropped off, we suggest you park near River Hills Park West on River Hills Road and ride from there to avoid the B2GC cycle course. Please note—Wagner Street will be closed to traffic.

Train to Beenleigh: It is a short ride from Beenleigh Train Station to Olivers Sports Complex (approx. 5 minutes). Refer to Translink website for costs. No need to book as these are normal services. 

Heading back to Beenleigh: To return to the 60km startline catch a train from Nerang Train Station to Beenleigh Train Station. Refer to Translink website for costs. No need to book as these are normal services. 

On-course rest stops

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

There is one on-course rest stop at Coomera State School for the 60km riders. You can take a break, recharge with nutrition and water, and then get back on the road.

Rest stop 2 - Coomera State School
This is a great spot to regroup with your riding mates, refuel and prepare for the final 22km leg to the Gold Coast. 

Fully equiped with a bike mechanic, refreshments, nutrition and medical support.

BNE TO LOGAN

40km Rider information

Want a ride for the whole family? Enjoy a safe and relaxing cruise along the closed busway to our first rest stop at Eagleby. A great option for riders 12+ to join Mum and Dad, and experience the ride.

Start location

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

South Brisbane. Click here to view map.

Start time

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

The 40km ride will commence from 6:15am and all riders must enter the busway before 6:30am.

Formalities will be kicking off from 5:30am. We strongly recommend you allow plenty of time to assemble before your start time. 

No riders will be permitted to start after 6:30am.

Rider plate: Blue

Getting to the start

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

Ride in: Direct access to the start site will be restricted to registered riders only.   

Drop off: The best drop off location is Stanley Place. You can then ride through the Cultural Centre Tunnel to the start line area. Due to road closures, you will need to access Stanley Place via Montague Road. No vehicle access is permitted to the start site. 

Drive and park: Park with ease close to the start line SW1, South Brisbane Car Park.


Train from the Gold Coast: A train has been chartered from the Gold Coast to the start site to arrive prior to event start. Limited tickets are available for this service.

On-course rest stops

expand_circle_down expand_circle_down

As a 40km rider, you will finish your ride at the first rest stop, located at Oliver Sports Complex, Eagleby. 

Rest stop 1 - Oliver Sports Complex, Eagleby
At the 44km mark is designed for a quick stop and recharge, before powering on to the GC. Food, water, toilets and basic mechanical support will be available.

The 40km event will finish here, while the 60km event riders will start from this rest stop.

Start line map - 100km and 40km

Be prepared and view the start line map below for the 100km and 40km ride. 
B2GC24 - Startline map

B2GC24 - Startline map

View

* Subject to change

HOW IT WORKS

Your rider kit

In the weeks leading up to the event, you will receive your rider kit. This contains essential event information, along with items you will need to identify yourself as an official event participant. 

You MUST be wearing your rider plate and helmet sticker to participate in the event.

Rider plate

Rider plates must be attached prior to arriving at the start site, with your number clearly displayed. Attach it to your handle bars with the cable ties provided. Ensure it is clearly visible.

Helmet sticker

Please stick your helmet sticker, where it is clearly visible on your helmet.

Transport

If you have pre-booked transport (pre-event charter train or post event bus) you will receive confimation via SMS in the week leading up to the ride.

Sponsor discounts and promotions

Our amazing sponsors have provided a range of discounts and promotions exclusive to participants.