There are four rides on offer this year catering for people of all ages and skill levels. All rides will start from Woody Point Jetty at staggered start times to hopefully see everyone return to the finish line close together.
In 2019 we have made it possible for entrants to create teams, so bring your friends, bring your family, bring your work group, bring your sporting club……there is a good chance that there will be prizes on the day for the biggest and best team. More news to come.
Kartia Designs Family Ride, 20km
The Family Ride is open for all ages and is a 100% cycle path ride taking you around the Margate Beach foreshore, across the Ted Smout Bridge and along to the far end of the Sandgate foreshore to the church rest area. It is highly recommended that children under 12 are accompanied by an adult as there are 3 road (carpark / boat ramp) entry crossings along the route.
Busy At Work Social Adventure, 60km
The Social Adventure is for riders who aren’t ready to commit to the Century, but still want to experience the best the area has to offer. Explore breezy bike paths, rolling hills and beautiful beachfront in this scenic adventure.
Torque Toyota Century Classic, 100km
The Century Classic leaves out the extreme parts of the Imperial Challenge and covers some of the best riding in the district. With just enough hills to add a little challenge and get you warmed up along plenty of beach views and bay breezes to cool you down on the return leg.
Maxxis Imperial Challenge, 167km
For the bold of heart and strong of knee! This ride will be a challenge for the more experienced cyclist! It will lead out cross the Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, Sandgate and out to the west to take on the challenging climbs of Bunya. From there it heads up to Dayboro, across to Mt Mee to D’Águilar and down to Wamuran. Riders will then travel through to the scenic waterfront at Deception Bay and Scarborough, returning to Woody Point.