October, 2021

01OctAll Day03RescheduledSydney 2 CAMberraA challenging 2 day ride with some steep climbsmoved from April to October in 2021SydneyState:ACT,NSWDiscipline:RoadTerrain:Mixed,UndulatingDistance:121-160 km,160+ kmType Ride:Charity,Multi-day

Ride Details

The Sydney to CAMberra is a 2 day 300km challenging ride between Sydney and Canberra

The Sydney to CAMberra is a charity ride between Sydney and Canberra that raises awareness and funds for stillbirth and SIDS. Over 2 days, you’ll travel over 300km which includes a few challenging hill climbs. The ride will include a King of the Mountain for those looking for an extra challenge, with a secret climb to be announced on the second day.

The event has changed the placement on the calendar from early autumn in April to mid-spring in October.  

Day 1: Sydney to Goulburn. 177km, about 2400+m of climbing.

This day starts off easy in the first 20km and then it is all up through to Bowral. This day includes a hill climb challenge ie. Mt Gibraltar in Bowral for ‘fun’. So a solid day of riding in every way possible, distance and elevation gain!

Day 2: Goulburn to Canberra. 123km with 1400+km.

This is another solid day with a second hill climb challenge at a secret location near Collector. The day finishes at Parliament House where you can grab a photo from the front of this iconic Australian landmark.

You’ll need to register early for this cycling event, as it fills up early.

The Sydney to CAMberra raises funds for 2 charities. The Stillbirth Foundation Australia which raises awareness of stillbirth and funds research to prevent and eliminate the tragedy of stillbirth. Red Nose which is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children and supporting families impacted by the death of a child.

Each rider is expected to fundraise the minimum amount of $500.

You’ll find other cycling events, like the Sydney to CAMberra, in our online Cycling Event Calendar..



The Sydney to CAMberra is a 2 day 300km challenging ride between Sydney and Canberra


1 October - 3 October


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