Join Team Smiddy

Are you in?

It's the original Smiddy Challenge... and the best!

Deserted outback highways, warm country towns and stunning ranges—just some of what's in store for you as part of the 2020 Bottlemart Smiddy Challenge peloton.

You'll take on an epic adventure, cycling 1600 km from Brisbane to Townsville with mates old and new; and you'll raise vital funds for cancer research at Mater.

It's a life-affirming experience, and we want you to be a part of it.

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The details

Registration fee includes:

  • 9 nights' accommodation
  • All meals on tour
  • Full on-road support crew including physio/massage, mechanic, catering, laundry and luggage transfer
  • Exclusive Mater Smiling for Smiddy cycling kit
  • Access to monthly training rides and training support
  • Ongoing fundraising support; and much more!

*Event dates to be confirmed in January 2021

Registration fee

$1345*

Fundraising commitment

$5000

By signing up with Team Smiddy, you commit to raising a minimum of $5000 towards game-changing cancer research at Mater.

Our team is here to support you every step of the way with advice and fundraising resources to help you hit your goal!

*Subject to confirmation in January 2021

What to expect

It’s an experience that’s about more than just the finish line.

Our events are safe, fun and professionally run by a team of dedicated and experienced cycling event operators.

You pedal and we do the rest.

As part of your registration fee, we take care of all your accommodation and meal requirements; we have experienced front, rear and mechanic support vehicle drivers supporting the peloton; experienced ride leaders within the group; UHF communications between support vehicles and ride leaders; a full catering crwe; and daily laundry and luggage transfer.

Training and Fundraising Support

We're passionate cyclists committed to our cause of funding cancer research at Mater. We'll be there every step of the way to assist you with both the physical and fundraising preparations needed to take on the Bottlemart Smiddy Challenge.