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10 year anniversary brekky ride


Join us to celebrate 10 years since the campaign for the abandoned Brisbane Valley Rail Trail project to be completed first began.

At Toogoolawah


Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Assoc. Inc. / events@brisbanevalleyrailtrail.com.au

Come join our celebration of 10 years since it all began.

Meet at Hav'A'Chat cafe in Toogoolawah for brekky at 6:30, then join us for the ride leaving at 7am.

Starting at Toogoolawah, we will ride to Moore. This section takes us through the historic Yimbin tunnel, and along the banks of the Brisbane River. At Moore, we will stop at the cafes for a coffee. We will take a leisurely ride back to Toogoolawah. 54km return.

The cost of this ride has been kept low at $25 and only covers insurance.

You will be supported by experienced guides and ride marshals.

Full history:

This ride is suitable for MTBs, gravel bikes and hybrids. E-bikes suitable for off-road cycling are welcome

For the safety of participants, BVRT Users Association reserves the right to postpone or cancel this event if there are any safety concerns such as bad weather, bushfires, etc.

Please bring a basic tool kit including puncture repair kit and spare inner tube (unless tubeless) and a basic first aid kit, including a snake bite bandage and know how to use it (plenty of YouTube videos).

Participation in this event is entirely at your own risk. We recommend membership of an organisation such as Bicycle Queensland that includes public liability and accident insurance or having your own accident and public liability insurance.

Mountain biking and trail riding can be dangerous activities - registration and participation in this event is an acknowledgement that you have read and fully accept our terms and conditions and that the organisers will not be held liable for any accident you may have, regardless of the circumstances.

The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone this ride in the event of adverse weather conditions, bush fires, or other such factors that could affect the safety of participants.

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