50 km Event


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Course Outline:

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The ride starts off with a very pleasant ride from the Luke Harrop Circuit, Runaway bay up to the end of the Spit, then down past the beautiful beaches from Surfers Paradise through to Pratten Park (just south of Kurrawa Park) at Broadbeach. It’s at this point that riders turn back and retrace the route right through to the finish line back at Luke Harrop Circuit (riders do not go back up Seaworld drive on the return route).

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Another option is to access the route via Strava.

What do you need to know?

Start Location: Luke Harrop Circuit Oxley Drive Runaway Bay. The actual start area will be near the registration area – see diagram on the Home Page.

Registrations Open: 5.30 am

Rider Briefing: 6.35 am

Event Start Time: 6.45 am

Water Stations: There will be a water station located at the turnaround point at 28kms at Pratten Park at roundabout of  Old Burleigh Road and Margaret Avenue Broadbeach and fruit will also be provided to maintain energy levels. This is the turnaround point for the 50K riders to head back to Luke Harrop Circuit at Runaway Bay.

Cost: $60 for an individual (early bird pricing available for a limited time) , that includes water and fruit at the water station and finish lines and vendors will be available for a variety of food at the finish.

IMPORTANT:

The GC100 is not a “closed road event” and all riders must accept the event terms and conditions.

Participants must bring their event receipt on the morning to confirm participation and rider ID.

The event course will have the following;

  • Marshalls at most major intersections to indicate direction and provide traffic awareness. All roundabouts that require riders to go left or right will have marshalls so if no marshall is in attendance, proceed straight through the roundabout.
  • Mobile “Bicycle Mechanics” for minor bike repairs
  • Course signage at designated points, participants must also familiarize themselves with route
  • Course markers indicating km’s and km’s to next rest stop and relay changeover area
  • Water stations and fruit

Registrations can be made by clicking on the ‘Register Here’ button