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Ride 4 Relay 2023

Ride 4 Relay is a fully supported charity mountain bike ride in support of the Relay for Life in the South Burnett. We are a boutique mountain bike ride, focusing on fun, friendship and fundraising for a great cause. This is definitely not a race.


2023 ROUTE

**Wondai-Nanango-BP Dam (Moffatdale)-Proston (2 nights)-Wondai**


The riders on the Ride 4 Relay are dedicated to raising money to support the Relay for Life in the South Burnett and in turn Cancer Council Queensland. All money that we raise will go to supporting families and individuals in their fight against this terrible disease.

When- This year's Ride 4 Relay is from Tuesday 29 August-Saturday 2 September

What-The Ride 4 Relay uses bitumen and dirt backroads. We ride between 70-90kms per day through the beautiful South Burnett region and there are a few undulations. The ride is fully supported. Our support vehicles carry all the necessary things we need for a great day riding

Distance- This year's ride will be approximately 400kms (See below for details)

Elevation- There will be around 4700m of elevation over the 4 1/2 days

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Ride Route
Day 1- Wondai Showgrounds to Nanango 
Day 1 Notes
Distance- 84Kms
Elevation- 960m
Day 1 will take riders from Wondai Showgrounds through undulating countryside tpWooroolin, Memerambi and onto Nanango. We will be staying at the Nanango Showgrounds.

Day 2- Nanango to Moffatdale
On Day 2 Notes
Distance- 83km 
Elevation- 1100m

Riders head out of Nanango following Bullcamp and River Road to Western Branch Road. This route has a wonderful downhill section that finished on the banks of the Brisbane River. Riders will then follow Western Branch Road past the head waters of the Brisbane River, then through rolling countryside to finish at BP Dam at Moffatdale.
Day 3- Moffatdale to Proston
Day Three Notes
Distance- 89km
Elevation- 1200m
Riders leave BP Dam behind them and head for a climb up Boat Mountain, where the views are spectacular. Riders then head out through Cloyna and Hivesville on their way through to Proston. We will be staying at the Proston Showgrounds for 2 nights.

Day 4- Proston Loop
Day Four Notes
Distance- 79km
Elevation- 1000m
We will be riding a loop around Proston. We will visit Boondooma Dam for Morning Tea, 
before heading on a loop around some very pretty country around Abbeywood, before returning to the Proston Showground to spend a second night in Proston.

Day 5- Proston to Wondai Showgrounds
Day Five Notes
Distance- 62km
Elevation- 820m
We will be up bright and early on the last day and heading back to Wondai Showground via Mount McEuen through Cushnie and Tingoora. Riders should be back at the Wondai Showgrounds by around 12:30pm.

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