Welcome to the 2018 GtoC annual bike ride. Our event raises money for Mental Health Research through Australian Rotary Health. The Rotary Club of Glen Innes are proud to sponsor RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) and Royal Far West children’s health scheme for their support in both catering and logistics throughout the week.
This years ride, from Ballandean to Boonah, travels through some of Queensland’s best wine, fruit and cropping country.
Visit the vineyards and orchards of the renowned Granite Belt.
Ride the back country roads and wonder at the panoramic views of the Southern Downs.
Enjoy the steep but stunning descent down the escarpment from the scenic rim to Boonah.
We’re sometimes asked what GtoC means. It’s quite simple.
Each year’s ride starts in or near Glen Innes. Hence the G.
Each year’s ride is timed to end immediately prior to the annual District 9640 Conference. Hence the C.
Why mental health?
The annual Ride for Rural Mental Health Research was created by Australian Rotary Health to help reduce the alarmingly high incidence of mental illness in rural Australia.
Read more about the issue of rural mental health and the Australian Rotary Health Research Fund here.
CWP 2018 Ride Ballandean to Boonah 276.5km
276.44km / 171.77ml cycle – See the route
- Getting there – Monday 14th Bus from Boonah Show Ground to Storm King Dam
Day One – Tuesday 15th Storm King Dam Circuit 71.6km.
70.65km / 43.90ml cycle – See the route
Day Two – Wednesday 16th Storm King Dam to Cherrabah Resort 81.5km
81.46km / 50.62ml cycle – See the route
Day Three – Thursday 17th Cherrabah Resort to Queen Mary Falls 63.3km
63.31km / 39.34ml cycle – See the route
Day Four – Friday 18th Queen Mary Falls to Boonah 61.5km
61.45km / 38.19ml cycle – See the route