Cycling Events
  • Last updated:
  • 25 Sep 2017

Council encourages and supports community involvement in cycling events.

Love to Ride Sunshine Coast 2017 is on again in September. Sign up and log a ride. The more you ride, the more chances to win a prize.  


This September, Council is proudly sponsoring the Love to Ride Sunshine Coast Cycle Challenge. Throughout the month of September we are encouraging all Sunshine Coast residents to ride a bicycle for 10 minutes and experience the freedom of two wheels.

Register online and enter the draw to win great prizes. The more you ride the more chances you have to win. 


Leaving the car at home and travelling by bike is great for your health, great for the environment and helps reduce traffic around your school.

On Friday 17 March 2017 students from the Sunshine Coast Council region joined over 350,000 students across Australia and rode to school for National Ride2School Day. Ride2School Day is an initiative of the Bicycle Network and is Australia's largest celebration of active travel to school.

Congratulations to all our winners and a huge thank you to everyone who participated in Ride2School Day 2017.

Major prize winners

$500 bike shop voucher - R O'Brien, Buddina State School
$200 bike shop voucher - N Deakin, Brightwater State School
$100 bike shop voucher - H Cooper, Coolum State School

Our 20 minor prize winners listed below came from 16 local schools and will be notified of their win through their schools in due course

AM, Brightwater State School
SD, Buddina State School
BC and JF, Caloundra State School
SK, Chancellor State College
KR, Chevallum State School
EM, Coolum State High School
KM and RW, Currimundi State School
JB, Kawana Waters State College
MD, Kuluin State School
LH and MW, Mooloolaba State School
GV, Mountain Creek State High School
IB and PC, Our Lady of the Rosary School (Caloundra)
SK, Pacific Paradise State School
JB, Palmwoods State School
IW, Peregian Springs State School
JV, Talara Primary College

National Ride2School Day is an initiative of the Bicycle Network and is Australia's largest celebration of active travel to school. Participating students were required to register online by close of business on March 17, to go into the prize draw.

For more information see news article.

Council is encouraging the region to travel to work by bicycle as part of Ride2Work Day on Wednesday 18 October 2017. Register your intention to ride to work and go in the running to win some great prizes. 

Ride2Work Day is an annual national event that promotes cycling to and from work. It acknowledges those who regularly commute by bicycle and encourages others to give it a go for the first time. This event gives residents the opportunity to start a new healthy habit - leave the traffic congestion behind and ride to work. 

Join us for a free breakfast to celebrate riding to work at four convenient locations - Cotton Tree, Birtinya, Caloundra and Nambour. 

Prizes on offer include a $1000 bike shop voucher, helmets and other minor prizes.




Join us from 7 October to 15 October for Sunshine Coast Bike Week 2017, an annual nine day celebration of cycling on the Sunshine Coast.

Bike Week encourages people of all ages, sizes and cycling abilities to get into the saddle by offering a packed schedule of events during the week. Most events are free and are provided by community clubs and groups and local business.

This series of events aim to encourage participation in cycling and promote road safety messages for all bike riders and motorists to share the road safely.

Bike Week kicks off with Cycle Fest, a two day cycling event for the family including a variety of distances to suit everyone.

Participate in any of the free events during Bike Week and you could win one of four $500 bike shop vouchers*.

* Voucher must be used at one of the following participating stores - Finn and Dash Bikes, Giant Sunshine Coast, Cycle Zone, Bicycle Centre Maroochydore, Bicycle Centre Caloundra, Crankworx Cyclery, Coolum Cycles, 99Bikes, Avantiplus Sunshine Coast.





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