The Masters Road National Championships were held in Currumbin on Sunday 29 October, a test event to prepare the city and the region for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in April. ..
On Sunday 29 October, Australia’s best cyclists will compete in the Masters Road National Championships, an 18.7 km loop closed-road race from the Currumbin Beachfront to Elanora and out through Currumbin Valley. ..
With less than eight months until the best cyclists in the Commonwealth go for gold at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, the nation’s best masters cyclists will be the first to take on the official course at the Cycling Australia Masters Road National Championships on Sunday 29 October. ..
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The Southern Gold Coast has been announced as the start and finish line for three free Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games events. The cycling road race, cycling time trial and race walk will all commence from Currumbin's iconic beachfront when the Games take place in April 2018. ..
The southern Gold Coast is preparing to play host to several events in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, including the Cycling Time Trial and the Race Walk. ..
The second annual Kirra Criterium Classic was held in October, this year attracting more than double the number of entrants and providing spectators with a thrilling and entertaining day of racing along the iconic stretch of foreshore. In a major coup for the event and region, ABC Gold Coast broadcast their regular Saturday morning show live from Kirra. ..
Love to Ride is a free workplace cycling challenge during November which aims to get more Gold Coasters cycling around our beautiful city. There are hundreds of prizes to be won, including movie tickets, bikes, morning tea and more. All you have to do is ride for just 10 minutes and log your ride to win. ..
The fifth annual Tour de Valley is back again in October, promising cyclists a challenging time trial ride through the picturesque Currumbin Valley on Sunday 9 October. ..
Currumbin business, Currumbin Cycles has a new owner. Former professional triathlete, Kane Simpson, had been the shop manager since August 2013 and has now taken over the business from mid-October. Former owners Mark Guy and Sue Cameron had owned the business since November 2010.
The inaugural Kirra Criterium Classic hit the road on Saturday October 10 in an exciting event that captured the attention of countless cycling enthusiasts and the general public. The thrilling showdown included corner spills, sprint races and powerful finishes on a closed section of Kirra’s Musgrave Street.