Organised by the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association and featured as a part of Bicycle Queensland's Bike Week 2018, this year the annual 'Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Experience' off-road bike ride explores the very scenic northern section of the rail trail between Yarraman and Moore.
From 7.00 am until 2.00 am
At Nr. Moore Soldiers Memorial Hall
Main St North Moore, QLD 4306
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association / firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and explore Queensland's big country, open skies and big paddocks between Yarraman and Blackbutt, pause for a pie at the famous Blackbutt Bakery, and then continue down the range for 22 km through Benarkin Forest whilst being serenaded by the bell birds. Pause for a drink at the pub or a coffee at the shop in Linville, before following the course of the Brisbane River back to your vehicle in Moore.
Arrive at Moore by 7.30 am. Transport by coach and semi-trailer will be provided for you and your bicycle up to Yarraman, then cycle back at your leisure. Total distance about 50 km, of which around 50% is downhill.
This is a fully supported bike ride with first aiders, ride marshals and sag wagons.
The ‘Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Experience’ is a great off-road bike ride, suitable for cyclists of all abilities. There will be several ride marshals riding with you on the track and two sag wagons in case you run into anyproblems.
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is a bit rough in places, so this ride is more suitable for hybrids, mountain bikes and cyclocross bikes.
What: Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Experience
Where: Yarraman to Moore
When: 7.30 am Saturday 5 May
How: Park in Moore, transport for you and your bicycle provided up to Yarraman. Ride back to your vehicle at your leisure.
Click here to register via Eventbrite.
There are 300 places available.