Brisbane Cycling Festival partners with King St

Brisbane Cycling Festival partners with King St

King St at the Brisbane Showgrounds has been announced as the presenting partner of the Brisbane Cycling Festival for 2021 with the vibrant Lendlease precinct signing on to support Australia’s largest multi discipline Cycling Festival.

In a major win for the Brisbane Cycling Festival, presenting partner Lendlease will support the festival’s interstate and international reach whilst providing a local King St perspective. The Brisbane Cycling Festival presented by King St will showcase the King St precinct as it hosts some of the most exciting cycling events throughout the festival.

King St will be the presenting partner of the festival Street Criterium hosted around the precinct to be known as the “King St Kick-it Street Criterium.” The King StCriteriums will be hosted on Friday, July 9 from 4.00pm.

In addition, King St will become the Presenting Partner of the festival Street Sprints hosted on King St on Saturday 10 July from 1.00pm to 4.00pm

AusCycling Queensland, General Manager Sean Muir said “It is amazing to align with a partner that shares our passion for building and engaging with the community. We are looking to have over 20,000 people come into the precinct to take part in a range of activities the Brisbane Cycling Festival is bringing to King Street and the Brisbane Showgrounds. Whether you enjoy riding your bike, racing or watching major events unfold, there will be something for everyone.”

Lendlease Development Director, Michelle Wooldridge said presenting partner for the 2021 Brisbane Cycling Festival was a perfect alignment for the King St precinct.

“This will be the first year the festival will take place at the Brisbane Showgrounds so visitors and residents can look forward to three days of cycling events and entertainment.”

The 2021 festival will have something for everyone, whether you ride regularly, want to ride more, or you want to be a part of the next big thing in Brisbane.

Brisbane Cycling Festival is supported by the Queensland Government via Tourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane City Council via Brisbane Economic Development Agency.


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