This event uses public roads that are open to general traffic throughout the ride and therefore all entrants must abide by the road rules and obey police directions.
Ride within the law
The following road rules apply to the Enerflex MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride. We would rather you donate the cost of the fine (over $40 for non-compliance) to MS Queensland than to the government.
Police will be on the road and will fine those who:
Marshals will disqualify riders who are seen breaking the law. This will mean you are banned from future Enerflex MS Brissie to the Bay bike rides, so please follow these rules to ensure an enjoyable day for all.
Stay safe when riding
For the safety of you, other cyclists, volunteers, local residents and the general community please follow the safety tips below:
We will be providing mechanical repair services at home base and along the course. You will have to pay for any parts used in the repair, but labour is free of charge. If you break down, turn your bike upside down and wait for either a repair van or a marshal who will transport your bike to the nearest base.
If you are injured
St Johns Ambulance will be on site to assist you should anything happen throughout the event. This service will be available at both the start and midway points of the 25km, 50km and 100km rides. Should you require an ambulance, please note that you will be charged for the transportation.
In the case of an emergency, please call 000.
The Enerflex MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride course is held on public roads that may have high traffic demands or present difficult conditions such as steep descents. It is therefore important that participants exercise caution at all times and ride in a protective manner, constantly scanning the environment to be aware of what is happening around them.
j2 ideas & events are the event management company appointed to assist MS Queensland with the operations and logistics of hosting this event.
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