2019 WOMEN’S 300
11-13 October 2019
After raising $425,000 last year, the Women's 300 is back to experience the best the Sunshine Coast has to offer with a new and improved course.
For 3 days, the all-female peloton will cycle 300+ kilometres on arguably the best cycling areas in Queensland on the Sunshine Coast - including iconic beaches, beautiful hinterland and a finish in Brisbane - all to raise much needed funds for children's charities in Queensland.
This event is for female business leaders who have a passion for cycling and sense of their corporate social responsibility to come together for a challenging and rewarding experience. Each event is different but all riders come away with an incredible sense of achievement both personally and for the kids and their families supported through our charity partners.
Major charity partner, the AEIOU Foundation for children with autism, will direct funds raised from the event to a refurbishment and fit out of its Toowoomba centre, enabling more children in the region access to a safe, secure and modern facility for care and therapy.
Minor beneficiary, the Mater Foundation, will receive funds to go towards purchasing an in-hospital shuttle to safely and easily transport seriously ill babies to theatre, thus significantly reducing the risk of serious clinical problems.
If you are interested in knowing more about becoming a 'Sister of the Saddle' please complete the expression of interest form in the link below. Official registrations open in May and places are limited.
IN SUPPORT OF
The 2019 Course will be a beautiful tour of Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The peloton will head north to the Sunshine Coast, through challenging but picturesque terrian, continuing with a loop of the area beaches and hinterland, including famous Queensland hotspot Noosa, and then returning to Brisbane to cap off a fantastic 3 days and 300 kilometres of cycling.
Brisbane to Sunshine Coast
Metres climbed: 1292m
Sunshine Coast Loop
Metres climbed: 1272m
Sunshine Coast to Brisbane
Metres climbed: 1247m