Please join us for the 2021 “Pies to Pacific Ride” to support people living with Motor Neurone Disease on Saturday 15 May 2021.
This is a great opportunity to use your bike to become part of the solution, ensuring no one faces MND alone.
This ride has a very Australian flavour it’s between two famous icons – The Yatala Pie Shop to Stone & Wood Brewery at Byron Bay.
Route: Yatala Pie Shop to the new Stone & Wood Brewery at Byron Bay
Yatala Pie Shop to Byron Bay via Tomewim Road and Murwillumbah – 170km
Yatala Pie Shop to Byron Bay via Tweed Heads and Kingscliff – 155km
For the first time we will offer a 50km option in 2021 from the Pottsville lunch stop to Byron Bay. Riders will need to be able to complete the 50km ride at an average speed of 22km/h or more.
Size: Capped at 150 riders only
Registration Fee: $240.00
- Ride cycling kit comprising: jersey, knicks and socks. Kit sizing chart available HERE.
- Comprehensive peloton support
- Lunch at Pottsville
- Plenty of fun, challenge and inspiration
- Police Escort (Queensland only)
- An ice cold Stone & Wood to finish the ride
The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and in turn to raise funds to support those people and families impacted by MND. It is hoped that each rider raise a minimum of $500 in sponsorship from their friends, family and work colleagues.
Together, we aim to raise $150,000 to ensure no Queenslander faces MND alone.
Date: Saturday 15 May 2021
Start: 7:00 am Yatala Pie Shop 48 Old Pacific Highway or 12pm at Pottsville for the 50km option.
Lunch: 11:30 am - 12:30pm Corner Philip St and Coronation Avenue, Pottsville
Finish: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Stone and Wood Brewery Byron Bay
Ride Format: Tight Pelotons
Previous rider rating: Awesome Fun!
Registration Closing Date: Tuesday 6 April 2021
Accommodation: Elements at Byron have a discount offer and will take a two night minimum booking if you call them direct and use the code MNDandMe.
Transport: We have arranged a bus to transport riders back to Yatala at 6pm on the Saturday night. The cost will be $20 per person. Cameron from Cams Cycling Collective will also be there to transport your bike on his custom designed bike trailer. You can book this with your registration.