Olympian and Former World Champion cyclist Kate Bates has been named the official ambassador of the 2024 Brisbane Cycling Festival at a family bike ride at South Bank on Saturday.
Australia’s first national championships for cycling esports will take place next March as part of the Brisbane Cycling Festival, thanks to a new partnership with QUT announced today by AusCycling.
The Brisbane Cycling Festival is on again, with Australia’s largest multi-disciplinary cycling event incorporating the 2024 Oceania Cycling Championships returning from 1 March – 14 April, 2024.
To deliver a safe and secure event for participants and spectators, there will be impacts to roads and changed traffic conditions. We understand that events such as the Tour de Brisbane can alter the regular flow of traffic and we kindly ask for your patience with any delays to your planned travel.
Australia’s best track cyclists in the Elite, Para and Under-19 categories will race for coveted green and gold national champion's jerseys from March 15-19 at Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane.
From 15 March - April 16 over four big weeks of cycling Brisbane Cycling Festival presented by King St offers something for everyone, on and off the bike.
Australia’s largest multi-disciplinary cycling event returns over four big weeks delivering an action-packed month of events, races, rides, expo’s and more.