2019

Founded

6,500+

riders

Fully Closed

Course

Over $95,000

Raised

Robbie McEwen

Robbie McEwen AM is a triple winner of the Tour de France’s green jersey sprinters’ classification, and at his peak he was arguably the fastest sprinter in the world.

Robbie now lives on the Gold Coast and is an annual commentator of the Tour de France.

He also runs his own Gran Fondo in the Gold Coast Hinterland in October.

Craig Alexander

Craig Alexander OAM is an Australian triathlete based in Sydney. ‘Crowie’ is a five-time Triathlon World Champion, three-time Ironman World Champion KONA, two-time Ironman 70.3 World Champion, and Order of Australia Medal recipient.

Craig is a respected member of the triathlon community and is ready to get everyone out on two wheels in July.

Zac Esso

At age 19, Zac was given the gift of life through a heart transplant. Zac has since been training for the 30km Piccolo Course, and is a valuable ambassador representing The Common Good in raising funds for vital heart and lung transplant research.

Kate Phillips

As a heart and lung transplant recipient Kate has experienced first hand how life changing the medical research at The Prince Charles Hospital is. It is vital not only to medical advancements, but also gives much needed hope to people who are very ill, that something is being done to improve their quality of life.

Cathy Peel

Cathy Peel is the Brisbane leader for Chicks Who Ride Bikes, the largest community of female cyclists in the country.

Cathy spends her weeks leading beginners and experienced riders in group rides, and is a positive voice for new riders in the City.