Date: Wed 4 November
Distance: 80km and 935m of climbing
Food: Lunch stop at Piper Brook and dinner at the lost farm Barnbugle Dunes
Hotel: The Lost Farm (TBC)
Summary: We are looking to ride with a couple or local cycling clubs, number of PP based clubs with lunch provided at the halfway point. Riding with the local clubs is a great honour and is fantastic to see so many locals joining us
Date: Thu 5 Nov
Distance:130km and 1056 of climbing
Food: Refuelling at a number of local corner stores and café’s during the day to ensure the coffee intake continues
Summary: All great tours have a queens stage, on this years ride it will be day 2. The ride will see us continue along the north coast of Tasmania before heading south, passing the Bay of Fires and into what is some of the most magnificent country in Tasmania. A beer will be had in St Helens overlooking the water of what was a taxing but rewarding day. Remember this is for the kids.
Date: Fri 6 Nov
Distance: 72km and 1,110m of climbing with option for PM Mountin Bike
Food: Lunch on arrival in Derby with a good afternoon out and about
Summary: Today will be a transition day from the East Coast of Tasmania into the Mountain Biking capital of Tasmania if not Australia. Riding on two wheels is a cult like passion in this town and the riders will enjoy a (relatively) light day on the bike and finish off with a hot spring and dip in the lake.
Date: Sat 7 Nov
Distance: 103km with 1800m of Climbing
Food: Possible lunch at Clover Hill winery
Hotel: Hotel Grand Chancellor
Summary:Today will end the ride on a high with the most amount of climbing so far. While just cracking the ton at 103km, Day 4 will continue to challenge the rider, as at no point for the day will it be flat. Well earned Beer to be consumed upon arriving in Lanuceston.