Brisbane Cycling Festival is rolling BACK into town from 1 to 11 July.
With Greater Brisbane’s snap lockdown previously letting the air down in our tyres, our citywide celebration of cycling now coincides with the famed Tour de France.
Brisbane Cycling Festival welcomes back more than 100 exhibitors, sponsors, partners and affiliate events including the Tour de Brisbane, partnered with Splatt Lawyers on Sunday 11 July.
The citywide celebration of cycling comes together at Brisbane Showgrounds with a free pop-up Festival Village welcoming riders and spectators alike from 9 – 11 July.
The Festival Village entertainment will include daily Nitro Circus expression sessions, Cyclocross racing, BMX events, live racing streamed to the Festival big screen as well as daily highlights coverage of the SBS Tour de France coverage.
The Festival Village is also home to a free Active Lifestyle Expo showcasing the latest and greatest cycling technology, products and trends; learn-to-ride camps; come-and-try sessions; e-bike demonstrations; food trucks; and live entertainment.
The adjacent vibrant King Street precinct will come alive with exciting festival events including the King St Kick-It Street Criterium, Wahoo Krank It Up Parties and King St Sprints.
The rescheduled Junior Track National Championships will take place at the Anna Meares Velodrome, Chandler from 1 – 4 July, in the lead up to Brisbane Cycling Festival.
New dates for the 2021 AusCycling Masters Track National Championships, also disrupted by the lockdown, are revealed as 28 – 31 July.
Stay tuned for our Festival Program of Events or sign up to receive the program when it goes live, plus receive access to other great Brisbane Cycling Festival information.