Gladstone tour de chaplain

A bike ride from Many Peaks to Yarwun

is to be held on the 21st of July, 2018. Be one of the 100 riders who will start at the Many Peaks park; ride through the picturesque Boyne Valley; over the historic Calliope River Bridge and onto Yarwun State School to complete the 100k journey.
The tour de chaplain is a community ride that will help raise awareness and funds for School Chaplaincy in our local district. There are currently 12 Chaplains who need our support to keep them working across 19 State Schools in our district.

Register to Ride, Sponsor Riders, Teams, or the Tour.

Online registration can be as an individual or get your mates together to form a team. To enter,each rider will need to donate/fund raise a minimum of $100, which is tax deductible. If you aren’t a rider, you can support the riders as individuals, teams or the Tour as a whole. Just go to the links to the left of the page.

All riders will receive complementary keyring to commemorate the ride. There will also be food and drinks en route and at the finish line.

There will be a Trophy awarded to the Team and Individual who raises the highest amount. This is a free pace ride for adults and under 18’s out of school. Students wishing to participate will need to ride with a parent or school supervision ratio 5:1.

To register today Click here! 

Rider Registration Process
  1. Rider clicks the Register button on the website (or social media, etc).
  2. Rider completes the EventsAir registration process.
  3. Rider clicks “Start Fundraising” button at the end of the registration process.
  4. Rider completes everydayhero registration process (they only need to provide a few details, their photo and the fundraising target they want to shoot for).
  5. Rider can then add themselves to a team (button in the right hand column of their everydayhero supporter page).
  6. Rider can then share their page via social media and email.

 

30klm Option for Beginners

This part of the ride starts from the lunch stop at Calliope at approximately 11.30 a.m.

Children under 14 must be accompanied by a supervisory adult rider.

A donation of at least $30 required

Accommodation

For those riders and families interested in staying the night before; meals, accommodation or camping spots can be booked at the Grand Hotel, Many Peaks by phoning 49741186. The Discovery Centre at Ubobo also has accommodation and camping available by phoning 49741212 or 49741240. Join in the fun!

Start & End Times

On the day, riders will meet across the road from the Many Peaks Hotel at 8am for briefing. The ride starts at 8.30am. All riders must be finished by 1.45pm, as presentations will commence at 2.00pm.

Transport

Riders need to organize their own transport to Many Peaks and home from Yarwun. However, there will be a bus to take riders and their bikes out to Many Peaks for the start, and then back to Gladstone at the end of the ride. Details for bus meetup will be posted closer to the event date.
$5/passenger.

Breakfast available at the Many Peaks Hotel

$12 – ful brekky, tea/coffee
$5 – toast, tea/coffee
Gold coin donation – tea/coffee

Support

vehicles with warning lights and trailers will provide back up for riders as they set their own pace along sealed bitumen roads on their ride of discovery through farming communities and across sparkling fresh water creeks. Lunch and drinks will also be provided for riders along the way.

Weather

The event manager reserves the right to postpone the ride in the event of unfavorable weather conditions.

Keep up with the latest news on this event through this website, Facebook and local publications.

Maps

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Download the maps

pdficon_large Full Tour map

pdficon_large Through Ubobo route detail

pdficon_large Map Detail: junction of Monto Rd and Dawson Hwy to Calliope River Rd

pdficon_large Through Calliope route detail

Images from the 2018 Tour

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