C2K Bike Ride

Cairns, Cairns Area

30 June – 6 July 2018 - 

Cairns to Karumba Bike Ride is a truly epic adventure that you will talk about for a lifetime. Whether you are a rider (road or dirt), a supporter or a volunteer, there is a place for everyone on the 2018 Cairns to Karumba Bike Ride.

The seven day Cairns to Karumba bike-ride has been Queensland’s greatest fun bicycle ride for the past 20 years. In June/July each year, 250+ riders, volunteers and support crews travel through the unique and historic outback towns of the iconic Savannah Way raising funds to make sure bush kids get a fair-go. The kids line the route and say g’day with cheering, banners and flags. Riders can choose to participate in the 780 kilometre 'Road Ride' - Rugged Roadies or the rigorous 'Dirt Ride' - Dirty Boys that works its way through stations right across the Cape.

The Cairns to Karumba Bike Ride is a brilliant adventure for everyone, riders, supporters or volunteers! Take in the sights and sounds of a magnificent part of Far North Queensland that most people will simply never get to experience.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
30 June – 6 July 2018

Internet Access

  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Event Venues


Various venues
Address:
Various locations
Cairns
Queensland, Australia 4870

Various locations
Cairns,
Queensland
Australia

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