$ raised to fight MS! Our fundraising goal is $1,500,000

Course Map 25km

This course is ideal for those wanting to take it easy on the scenic ride out to Balmoral.

Suitable for new riders wishing to challenge themselves over this mid-range distance.

Please be reminded the course is on open roads and participants will be sharing with normal road users. Please ride in accordance with the Queensland Road Rules.

Please note: Children under 10 years will not be permitted to participate in the 25km ride. (Children 5 years and under are permitted in tagalongs only. Any children under 5 taking part in a tagalong must be registered in the event - registration is free). BMX bicycles and bicycles with 22" wheels will also not be permitted (please note this does not apply to recumbents, hand cycles or adult folding bicycles).


Start Time: 8:45am (subject to change)

Start/Finish Location: Musgrave Park

25k Map 2015

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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)

Register 2018

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

“I’ve participated in the 25km Brissie to the Bay two years in a row now and it’s a great day out with family. My young kids also have a blast and it’s good to know we are cycling for such a worthy cause. The course is well signed and supported. A great event!”

2016 25km Ride

“We completed the 50km ride today for the second time. Congratulations on the amazing support of volunteers, event staff, course marshals and police. Brilliant support effort and encouragement from everyone.”

Jane Pollard
2016 50km Ride