The Moggill Mt Crosby Lions Club are looking forward to welcoming you to the Ipswich100 bike ride.
This page has some brief information on the most common questions we get asked. If you have another question not covered here, please contact us here.
Parking is accessed and vacated via Parker Avenue from /to Warwick Road south of the Ipswich show grounds. Ride officials will direct participants to car parking areas shown as P2, P3 P4 and P5 as required on the morning of the event. Click here to view map.
Toilet facilities are available at all refreshment stops and signed onsite at USQ Ipswich in the buildings behind P1. Click here to view map.
Water is provided at the USQ site and each of the refreshment stops.
Ipswich Hospital Foundation sunscreen will be provided at all rest stops and at Registration at USQ Ipswich.
Event facilities such as registration, refreshments physiotherapy ride logistics and administration etc. will be located in or near P1. Click here to view map.
Ride Assemble Point
Ride events will start and finish on the USQ campus via Salisbury road. Note: There will be no access to car parks from this entry on the day.
Pre-ride assembly is on “The Crescent” up hill toward the area marked as U2. Click here to view the map.
Each event is supported by a lead and follow up vehicle in an effort to warn other road users of rider presence on the road.
Additional support vehicles will be on the each of the routes until the last rider is back at the USQ facility.
Each event is clearly marked to show riders the way. Signs providing directions and at times describing what is ahead, in addition to advising riders of road conditions and appropriate riding practice are placed around the routes where appropriate. These are in addition to arrows indicating a change in direction or where longer distances are involved confirming that riders are on the right route. Marshals are strategically placed at critical road junctions.
Signs are also erected to warn motorist of the cycling event where this is needed.
Trek Bike Shop Ipswich will provide bike repair support where individuals are not able to fix unexpected breakdowns.
While riders should carry sufficient spare tube to get them through the ride support vehicles will carry a quantity of spares to assist where necessary.
Each support vehicle will carry a water supply
“Sag” wagons will be available to ferry participants and their bicycle to the nearest rest stop or back to USQ if necessary. These can be accessed via a support vehicle, at any rest stop or by calling the emergency number that will appear on the rider participation wrist band provided in the registration package.
If you require support please call the emergency number: 0459 593 689
|Event||Number of refreshment stops||Where|
|City of Ipswich “Espirt 25”||1||Walloon|
|Exact Radiology “Fun Filled 50”||2||Rosewood
|St Andrew’s Ipswich Private Hospital “Classic 100”||3||Rosewood
|Recruitment 24/7 “Imperial 100 Challenge”||5||Rosewood
All Refreshment stops will provide a selection of fruit Buns and sport drink.
Ride Day Packs
Ride packs will be mailed out to all registered riders who register before 11.59pm Sunday 1st March 2020. This ride pack will include but is not limited to:
- Your unique bib
- Ride information
Collection of ride packs for riders who do not receive their pack in the mail or who register after 11.59pm Sunday 1st March 2020 can collect their ride pack at registration by presenting their e-ticket as proof of registration.
To raise extra funds for our nominated beneficiaries a raffle will be conducted in the lead up to and on the day of the event. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $5.00 during the registration process or on event day. Great prizes are up for grabs including a Trek Bike and more!
The team village and sponsor information stands will be located in the area in front of buildings C and D. Click here to view map.
Participants under the age of 18 years before or on the event day must be able to produce a copy of this form signed by their legal parent or guardian granting permission for them to take part in the Ipswich 100 events.
The Recruitment 24/7 Imperial 100 Challenge and the St Andrew’s Ipswich Private Hospital Classic 100 events are open to all participants 16 years or over.
The Exact Radiology Fun Filled 50 and the City of Ipswich Family Ride are open to all participants 13 years or over.
Note: Participants over 16 years or under on the event day will need to be accompanied by an adult at all times while riding in the Ipswich 100 events.
Click here to print consent form.
All participants should understand and comply with Cycling Road Rules as they apply in the State of Queensland. The following links provide access to State government and Department of Transport and Main Roads documents clearly providing appropriate information on this matter.
Rules for other road users PDF
Queensland Road Rules for cyclists (PDF, 322 KB) Click here