30 for 30 challenge | THE RIDE TO FIGHT MS | month of june
We've put together the first four training rides, covering a range of distances, from the family friendly 10k through to a more challenging 55km distance. All these rides are either on bikeways or bike friendly roads to ensure your safety. If you are planning on tackling any of these courses, please be sure to adhere to the current Government regulations in regards to COVID-19 and exercise, and also remember to follow all normal road and cycling rules.
Don’t go around in circles! If you are looking for some new pathways, Brisbane City Council have got you sorted with a HEAP of bikeways and rides for you to try. There is a ride for everyone, check them out!
BRISBANE RIVERSIDE LOOP - 11km
This 11km family friendly loop takes in the sights of Brisbane, beginning and ending at Southbank - and is ideal for those families that are based in and around inner Brisbane. This course is based off the MS Brissie to the Bay 10km Course
WESTERN FREEWAY BIKEWAY LOOP - 28km
For those seeking more of a challenge, this course incorporates a few hills along the Western Freeway & Centenary Highway bikeways, as well as some of the Brisbane River. There are some bike friendly roads too, so take care and be sure to follow all the road rules
KEDRON BROOK BIKEWAY - STAFFORD TO NUDGEE BEACH RETURN - 36km
For anyone on the northside, this relatively flat ride begins at the Stafford Shopping Centre and travels the length of the Kedron Brook Bikeway all the way out to Nudgee, where you will divert off and head to the picturesque Nudgee Beach before turning around and heading back to Stafford. There is the option to add in a loop or two around the Albert Bishop Park Criterion Circuit on the way too.
BOONDALL WETLANDS AND REDCLIFFE LOOP - 61km
Beginning at Albert Bishop Park Criterion Circuit, this route utilises both the Kedron Brook Bikeway and the Boondall Wetlands Bikeway up to Deagon, before crossing the Hornybrook Bridge to Redcliffe. The return route goes via Sandgate and Shorncliff before heading back via the Wetlands and Kedron Brook route. This course has many bike friendly roads, so please make sure you are following all normal bike safety and road rules too.
MS BRISSIE TO THE BAY COURSES
For those of you still wanting to tackle the MS Brissie to the Bay Courses, here they are! We would ask that if you do intend to tackle these in your training or during the 30 for 30 Challenge that you keep in mind that there is no on course support by way of traffic control or road closures and normal Queensland Road Rules do apply.