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Course Map 160km

The 160km Classic course starts at Musgrave Park and heads out to Wynnum, continuing along the picturesque esplanade of Manly, Wellington Point, Cleveland and down to Redland Bay. This new course is a ‘limited-time-only’ experience for regular cyclists who are looking for an extra challenge. Riders must be over the age of 18 to participate and should be regular cyclists (not recommended for beginners!). All 160km Classic riders receive a complimentary 160km jersey, valued at $99.

Details

Start Time: 6:15am (subject to change)

Start/Finish Location: Musgrave Park

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What does my entry fee cover?

 On Course Support
Medical Support
Mechanical Support
Police Escorts & Traffic Control

Electrolyte Drinks on Course
Free Food at Drink Stations
Volunteers helping throughout the ride
Entertainment & event day activities
Free jersey valued at $95
(160km Course only)

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There's a course for everyone

There's a course for everyone

Riders are fully supported throughout the course

Riders are fully supported throughout the course

Enter as a family team

Enter as a family team

“Congratulations on another successful Brissie to the Bay. You guys nailed it. It was a great event for Suzanne and she was so proud to line up and ride in her MS Legend jersey she worked so hard to earn. As always, the event was well organised and the volunteers and staff were incredible. Crossing the line to hear the MS cheer club always leaves a lump in my throat. As long as you keep running this event, we'll keep coming back.”

Mark & Suzanne
2016 100km Ride

“Just a quick message to thank the events team, and most importantly the volunteers for a great day, it was Epic, our team had a great ride, there was a lot of energy out there.”

Hayden McDonald
2016 100km Ride