The Second installment of a Brisbane travelogue by popular bicycle youtuber, Kenta-san.Kenta-san participated in B2CG 2019, and his video from Brisbane is now available.This time it’s finally the day of B2GC!Roadie’s ideal world (?) Click here to watch the video of the B2GC! *This article is a reprint of November 2019 article.
The first installment of a Brisbane travelogue by popular bicycle youtuber, Kenta-san.Kenta-san participated in B2CG 2019, and his video from Brisbane is now available.This time, we’ll show you everything from visiting local bike stores to checking into a hotel. *This article is a reprint of October 2019 article.
The Gold Coast is Australia’s largest tourist and recreational area. Brisbane, also in Queensland, has just launched a new cycle festival. Here is a report on one of the main events, the “Tour de Brisbane,” a fun ride that everyone is sure to enjoy. *This article is a reprint of a July 2019 article. Text: Yuichi Ohya, Photos/Composition: Global Ride Event Office The state of Queensland is in the northeast of Australia. Brisbane, the state capital, is known as Australia’s third largest city after Sydney and Melbourne. Modern buildings, shopping malls, and historical buildings blend well with the large Brisbane River to create a unique landscape in this leading Oceania […]
The Tour de Brisbane was held on Sunday, April 14. A total of 3,209 riders entered the race, a very large number for a first-time event, and the South Bank, the start/finish line, was packed with cyclists from early in the morning. First, the UCI Gran Fondo road race waved off for each age class, followed by the Amy’s Ride, which departed from Southbank, divided by distance. *This article is a reprint of a July 2019 article. After starting the race, we will proceed along the right bank of the Brisbane River for a while and first cross the Story Bridge, the iconic bridge in Brisbane. From here, you can see a panoramic view of the skyscrapers, and we would like to take our time and enjoy […]
Six Day emphasizes entertainment with background music by DJs and the use of lights. Its origins are said to date back to 1878. This truck race, which once included popular Tour de France athletes such as Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins, is especially popular in Europe, where world champions, Olympians, and next-generation stars can be seen running up close with a beer in hand. *This article is a reprint of a July 2019 article. A total of seven rounds will be held in the 2018-2019 season, and Brisbane was chosen as the location for the final round. And we are happy to announce that the upcoming 2019-2020 season will also be held in conjunction with the Brisbane Cycling Festival, scheduled […]