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 Sunday 12 October 2014

Currumbin Valley     

The 2014 The Pines Tour de Valley features an exciting team based cycling challenge and an individual time trial event. Following the course proposed for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, riders will experience the beauty of the Currumbin Valley, following Currumbin Creek on a flat to undulating return journey through the lush, scenic countryside.

   

The SCODY TEAM CYCLING CHALLENGE offers riders of all abilities the opportunity to race in a fun, safe, competitive event with a team of friends, colleagues or fellow club members. Riders can choose to participate in teams of 4 to 6 riders over a distance of 36km or 72km. Riders are encouraged to stay with their team mates and work together to the finish line.

 

The ZANDER SPORTS SOLO TIME TRIAL EVENT caters for any cyclist wishing to test themselves over the 36km course with the opportunity of being crowned the ‘Queen’ or ‘King’ of the Valley.

 

Passing the hidden attractions scattered throughout the Valley, riders will enjoy the idyllic nature of an area that has retained its own unique identity within close proximity to the beautiful beaches of the Gold Coast.

 

Get your teams together now for the TEAM CYCLING CHALLENGE. There are a number of unique categories which offer prizes based on a handicap system. Visit here for further information.

 

This year also sees the launch of the inaugural CURRUMBIN BIKE FEST – a celebration of all things cycling including bike education and skills; kids rides (under 12’s); an amazing BMX ramp demo; mountain bike skills displays; and family orienteering. Something for all the family. There will also be great wholesome food and drinks available.

 

The event will also feature the EARTHRIDER CYCLOCROSS events. Cyclocross is an emerging discipline of cycling where participants complete laps around an off-road circuit whilst negotiating obstacles that often sees them having to dismount and run with their bikes. Visit here for further information.