Your entry price includes:
Medical support and assistance
Water points on course
The Sunny Coast Century is located in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland! Each course takes you though local towns and explores some of the Coast's most picturesque roads.
Each stage is located at a different point of the Sunshine Coast.
Please see categories for each event.
Timing is listed on each event page.
Recommended bikes and tyres can be found on each event page.
All bikes must be in a suitable condition for off road riding and capable of complete the course unsupported.
For the steeper climbing sections it’s recommended to use a compact chainring and minimum of 32-tooth rear cassette.
While we’ll have the support crew there to help it is recommended that all riders carry their own pump, spares and basic tools!
While the 100km is recommended for intermediate to experienced riders the Sunny Coast 30 is more suited for a rider with an average fitness and skill level.
Cyclists of any fitness level can complete our e-bike category but it is recommended they have at least an intermediate level of off road skills.
Yes cut off times are listed on each event page alongside expected times to complete each course.
Our riders are well looked after throughout the event! We have checkpoints along the way as well as mechanical assistance too.
All riders should bring their own spare parts and kits.
On 19-22 October, the Sunshine Coast region will host Cycle Sunshine Coast, bringing together the National Road Team Series, Gran Fondo riders and the local community to ride and race roadways across Peachester, Yandina, Maroochydore, North Arm and Eudlo. We understand that cycling events such as Cycle Sunshine Coast can impact the regular flow of traffic and every effort is being made to consider individual circumstances and minimise inconvenience.
Please be aware of the changes to traffic and parking to ensure we have the smallest impact and can deliver a secure and efficient event.
We invite you to notify us of any concerns so we may make plans to accommodate your requirements.
P: 07 3124 6099
Rolling Road Closures
Roads will be disrupted under rolling road closures and escorted by police and support vehicle convoys. Local access will be maintained. Motorists must stay behind a group of cyclists racing and not overtake until there is an additional lane to do so. Cars approaching the convoy will be stopped on the side of the road by Police.
Residents encountering the convoy simply need to wait on the side of the road for the convoy to move past quickly and follow Police instructions. A two or three minute wait is all that the motorists will likely have to endure.
Full Road Closures
Roads will be fully closed to traffic. Alternate routes will be provided and signed by traffic control; but plan ahead to ensure there are minimal delays.