South Burnett cyclist Josie Potter and her team did well in this year’s gruelling Brissie To Bay marathon
The South Burnett proved a steep challenge – literally – for the teams of cyclists taking part in the weekend’s Giro d’South Burnett.
Sunday is D-Day for Kingaroy cyclist Josie Potter … a 50km challenge in the Brissie to Bay Ride
The Tour de South Burnett cycle race is returning to the South Burnett next month, with a new name, new towns and five routes open to local cyclists, ranging in length from 5km to 107km.
The Kingaroy Cruisers team can now sit back and relax … they’ve raised an incredible $15,300 for MS Queensland and last weekend’s Brissie To The Bay Bike Ride is over for another year.
The highways and byways of Kingaroy and Kumbia tested some of Australia’s best cyclists at the weekend, and local pushbike riders didn’t miss out on the fun, either.
Tomorrow’s “Tour de Kumbia” cycling race in Kumbia promises to be heaps of fun, even if you’re not a huge fan of cycling.
It’s not too late to take part in the “Ride The South Burnett” community cycling event in Kingaroy on Sunday (June 22).
Some of Australia’s best cyclists will be coming to the South Burnett later this month … and local riders have been invited to join in the fun!
Youth worker Michael Sanford, accompanied by fellow riders, mounted his pushbike in Kingaroy on Monday morning to begin an epic three-day ride around the South Burnett to raise funds for charity.
A little taste of Europe came to the South Burnett at the weekend with the running of the “Tour de Kumbia” and the “Tour de Kingaroy” cycle races.
South Burnett residents are being urged to get on their bikes for the inaugural South Burnett Region Community Ride which will be held in Kingaroy on Sunday, July 28.
South Burnett motorists have been urged to keep an eye out for teams of cyclists racing this weekend.