BVRT sunset & night ride from Moore to Esk, including a delicious gourmet dinner at the Picnic Society café in Toogoolawah (45 km).
From 16.30 until 21.30
At Highland St, Esk
20 Highland St, Esk, QLD, 4312
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Assoc. Inc. / email@example.com
Enjoy a fully supported night ride on the BVRT from Moore to Esk, including a delicious, gourmet beef stroganoff dinner with lemon delicious dessert at The Picnic Society café in Toogoolawah (vegan option available).
Night riding gives a whole new dimension to the BVRT experience and this ride is a good preparation for the more challenging and hugely popular Yarraman to Linville Christmas night ride on 17 December.
This event is graded as Easy and is suitable for mountain bikes, hybrids, gravel bikes and touring bikes. There are five creek crossings but all have concrete culverts or a bridge. Bright off-road lights that can last for at least 3 hours are mandatory.
MTBs and e-MTBs can be hired from Out There Cycling. Call Josie on 0466 306 371.
The ride starts in Esk with a shuttle service for you and your bicycle to Moore provided by Out There Cycling. We will then ride back towards Esk taking in some great sunset views of the Brisbane River and the heritage listed Yimbun Tunnel. We will stop at The Picnic Society for dinner in Toogoolawah before continuing back to Esk where your vehicle is parked for the conclusion of the night.
Ticket price includes transfer for you and your bike by Out There Cycling coach and bike trailer from Esk to Moore and a gourmet meal at The Picnic Society.
We can cater for some special dietary requirements. Please enquire.
This is a fully supported ride with ride marshals, first aiders and a support vehicle.
Participants need to be capable of riding 45 km off road on a roadbase surface with three big gullies traversed by concrete ramps and two gullies that are crossed by a bridge. There are two hills.
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association reserves the right to postpone this ride in the event of adverse weather conditions or other such factors that could affect the safety of participants.
We are all ambassadors for our sport - the BVRT code of conduct must be followed at all times.
Limited to 40 participants.