Established in 2011, Rotary Ride the Range is one of Toowoomba’s most popular community cycling events. As a Rotary Club of Toowoomba charity event, we have raised over $175,000 in the last six years.
Our Rotary Ride The Range Beneficiaries in 2018, include the Toowoomba Hospice, Hope Horizons and RACQ Life Flight.
This years Rotary Ride The Range was held on Sunday the 25th of March 2018 and offered four rides for all ages and abilities.
E&E Waste is proud to be a major sponsor of the event and enjoy our evolvement thoroughly. We are looking forward to next year.
164 kms of open road
1825 metres of climbing
Usually completed within 2 hours
Average speed of 30 km/h plus
$175,000 in the 6 years
Held once a year in March
Established in 2011 by Rotary Club of Toowoomba
1825m climbing | over 164k’s
With over 1825 metres of climbing, and over 164k’s; The 100 Mile Challenge is set to challenge you.
First you weave down the range, make your way to Upper Tenthill, over to Mulgowie, back into Laidley and then onto Gatton. Just as you think you are done and dusted, you then need to climb home via Blanchview Rd back to Picnic Point.
SAG Wagon and Mechanical Support is available and have stops available at Forrest Hill, Tent Hill and Helidon.
Expected Ride completion time window is 12pm to 2pm.
Average pace expected of lead group is up to 30 plus k’s an hour.
E&E Waste is a locally owned and family run business, owned and operated by Shane McGuire. Although E&E Waste was officially started in 2002, Shane has been serving the people of Goondiwindi since 1986 and is actively involved in local and regional clubs and community events with his wife Paula.