|Challenge yourself to complete the black grade Conway Circuit on Saturday morning – a 45km ride through Conway National Park with over 1200m of climbing and 28km of Queensland’s toughest single trail! (This ride is for experienced and fit riders, it is an optional part of the weekend, and will ensure you earn that Island Escape!
Sandy Bay Campsite
Now for the good bit:
Catching a sea-taxi over to South Molle Island where we will be camping on Sandy Bay for the night. Families, kids, friends, and non-riders – all are welcome to join the Island Escape part of the trip.
On the island we will have two organised rides, the first on Saturday afternoon for an easy hour ride to Balancing Rock and on Sunday morning we will take you all over the Island including two stunning lookouts with 360′ views!
These trails are easily achievable by anyone with a little fitness and a recently serviced mountain bike.
On the Island you will be looked after by our DirtyCrew of WMTBC volunteers and catered for by Fussea Buggers while you kick back and relax in our tropical paradise.
- 50 tickets only!
- Adults: $160 +$15 if you wish to ride the Conway Circuit – extra life insurance ;)
- Youth: $50 (4-14 years)
Ticket price covers return sea-taxi transfers, camping permits, expertly guided rides as well as water and all meals on the island. All you need is a swag or tent & a bicycle!
Schedule, Saturday 17th:
7am – Conway Circuit riders meet for briefing and departure (45km optional ride, black diamond)
11.30am – Check-in for sea-taxi to South Molle Island
1.00pm – Check-in for second sea-taxi to South Molle Island (Conway Circuit riders only)
3pm – Afternoon tea on South Molle Island
3.30pm – Social ride to Balancing Rock (8km optional ride, green circle)
6pm – Evening dinner & survival-stories retold in great detail and exaggeration from Conway Circuit
7am – Breakfast, departure for South Molle Island ride (14km optional ride, green circle)
12pm – Light lunch back at Sandy Bay
1pm – Return sea-taxi pickup for out-of-towners
2pm – Second sea-taxi pickup for Whitsundays’ locals