The first step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur (50km) to be held on Friday 25 October 2019, starting at 6pm.
The longest of the three rides (160km) to finish the Audax year, and the third and final step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur. This event will be held on Saturday 26 October 2019.
The mid-length ride (100km) to finish the Audax year, and the second step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur. This event will be held on Sunday 27 October 2019.
The meehan monster is a 1, 2 or 3 lap race. The twist is that each lap is 25km long and has 800m of technical (but achievable) climbing in the stunning meehan range in tasmania. The next event will be held on Sunday 3 November 2019.
A challenging (read you've not done anything like this before) offroad run or walk along Mt Roland. The next event will likely be held on Sunday 10 November 2019 (TBC).
The Point to Pinnacle is an iconic walk and race, billed as the world's toughest half marathon. Starting at Wrest Point, pretty much every step from there is up until you get to the top of Mt Wellington.
A City of Hobart Trackcare dig day will be held on Sunday 17 November 2019. Watch their facebook page for updates and location.
A 64km relay or individual running race from Dennes Point to the Light House on bruny Island. Next event will be 30 November 2019.
With distances from 25km to 160kms Sally's ride is a great way of supporting a great cause and having a great day on the bike.
The Hellfire Cup is a multi day annual team mountain bike stage race held at Kellevie Tasmania. The next event will be held in March 7-9 2020.
The Kellevie MTB Park 6 Hour is back on Sunday March 8, 2020. Riding for pairs, teams and solos.
The Freedom Ride is an annual charity event that assists in raising funds for Pathways Tasmania and their many initiatives which aim to empower young men to live free of addiction, homelessness and associated issues.
Nic's Cradle Challenge is a biennial bicycle ride from Sheffield to Dove Lake-Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, in memory of Nic Easton. The full ride is 126km, with an elevation gain of 2376m, but there is a shorter 66km route also on offer.