About The Belvedere Moreton Bay 100

On Sunday 13th October 2019, hundreds of riders will come together to tackle The Belvedere Moreton Bay 100. Starting in 2011, the MB100 began to raise funds for the Lions Youth Emergency Accommodation Centre which cares for those in need from 11-17 years of age. With four ride options, there is a challenge for everyone. Bring your family along in support of the 22km family ride or for those social riders among us, chat away on the 60km ride. Perhaps you will push your limits on the Century Classic with 100km of stunning scenery or for those with an EXTREME passion for hills and pain, take on The Imperial Challenge, coming in at 163km.

2019 marks an exciting year for the MB100 with The Lions Club handing the management of the ride to Moreton Bay Cycling Club (MBCC), after working in partnership on the 2018 event. The cycling club prides itself on its sense of community and welcoming friendly atmosphere. The club commitment and values will ensure the MB100 continues on with the same good will and great times that it has always been known for.

MBCC will be continuing with support for the Lions Youth Emergency Accommodation Centre and will be supporting a second Beneficiary ‘Smiling for Smiddy’. Heartbreakingly, 1 in 2 Australian men and 1 in 3 Australian women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. Significant investment in life-saving cancer research is the only way that these statistics are going to change Since 2006, Smiddy riders, triathletes, swimmers and supporters, just like you, have raised more than $9 million for cancer research at Mater. These funds have already helped enable some of the breakthrough research discoveries that have the potential to change and save people’s lives.

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