Event Information

Start Area


Oxley Drive, Runaway Bay

Event Schedule

5.30 am     Registrations open
6.15 am     Cyclist Briefing (100km event)
6.30 am     Start of 100 km Event
6.35 am     Cyclist Briefing (50km event)
6.45 am     Start of 50 km Event

Registration – Everything You Need to Know

Here’s the ‘by the numbers’ procedure…

  1. Before the event – Register and pay for the CONDEV GC100 2019
  2. Check your inbox for your confirmatory email
  3. Registration Area open from 5.30am on Sunday 19 May 2019
  4. Receive a wrist band that identifies whether you’re in the 100km or 50km event
  5. Go to the starting area in time for the start of your event (see above)
  6. Ride!
  7. Return to the Registration Area at the Luke Harrop Cycling Circuit
  8. Follow your nose to the Food vendors for a variety of cuisine
  9. Stick around & soak up the atmosphere, with vendors on-site, and prizes to be drawn after the event, so make sure you  stay around on site for your prize

Route Information

Water Stations

We’ll have 4 water stations positioned throughout the course, with marshalls on hand to provide directions / awareness. Water and bananas will be available at the stations. The maps below indicate the location of the water stations, which you will find at:

  • 18kms – (100k riders & 28k for 50k riders) – Pratten Park  at roundabout of Old Burleigh Road and Margaret Avenue Broadbeach (where the 50K ride turnaround point is located)
  • 36kms – Gilston Community Hall area (Gilston Rd just before Latimers Crossing Rd)
  • 61kms – Damian Leeding Memorial Park, cnr Watersport Lane and Heathwood Dr, Oxenford
  • Upper Coomera State College 137 Reserve Rd
  • 80kms – Beattie Rd Coomera (near Coomera Primary drop off area)
You can view a zoomable map of the 50km course here.
You can view a zoomable map of the 100km course here .


Please note that we will have signs / marshalls at roundabouts to direct you, however if you encounter a roundabout that does not have a sign / marshall, please proceed straight through the roundabout.

Ride Exit From / Entry To Luke Harrop Circuit

Safety – Updated Information

We can confirm that there will be 3 first aiders on duty during the event, both at Ground Zero at the Luke Harrop Circuit, Runaway Bay, and also circulating throughout the route. We have put the finishing touches on our emergency response plan, and you will be fully briefed on the details before the ride – so make sure you attend the cyclist briefing before your event.

We’ve received some fantastic support from AB Paterson College, Romac and Rosies this year in the form of volunteers, which means that we will have loads of marshalls in attendance, positioned along the route. Marshalls will be kitted out in hi-vis vests with the Rotary Wheel, so that they will be easily identifiable to our riders, and they will be fully aware of our emergency procedure – so if you get into any kind of difficulty, please let a marshall know so that they can ensure that the appropriate action is taken!