Helmets on: Brisbane Cycling Festival is coming to King St

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Brisbane Cycling Festival is returning and King St, as the presenting partner, is proud to host a range of events on our doorstep! Catch all the action right here.

Whether you're an avid velophile or just curious about adopting a two-wheeled hobby for enjoyment or exercise, Brisbane Cycling Festival (Australia's largest of its kind) is sure to entertain and educate.

While the program is packed with a variety of events, here are our top picks for getting involved along King St and surrounds!

King St Kick It Criterium  |  King St  |  Fri 8 April, 4pm - 8pm

A criterium is a short-course, fast-paced race that typically takes place on closed public roads, and the King St Kick It Criterium is a perfect example! If you think you have what it takes to enter you can do so here, or clip in for a thrilling experience as a spectator! 

Active Lifestyle Expo  |  Brisbane Showgrounds  |  Fri 8 - Sun 10 April

The heart of the Brisbane Cycling Festival Village, the Active Lifestyle Expo is packed with cycling and healthy lifestyle technology, products and trends exhibitors, as well as family activities, live entertainment and plenty of food and drinks. Access to the Festival Village and Active Lifestyle Expo is free, with all ages (and even dogs!) welcome.

Tour de Brisbane  |  Brisbane Showgrounds  | Sun 10 April

Get back on the bike and join the bunch to experience Australia's ultimate Sunday ride.

With over 110km of fully closed city roads and a returning home at the Brisbane Showgrounds, the Tour de Brisbane partnered with Australian Unity is the one ride you don’t want to miss! There’s multiple rides to get you moving with distances and challenges for everyone. Whether you’re going for a pedal with the fam or going for the podium, there’s a ride or race for you.

Brisbane Cycling Festival presented by King St starts on Thursday 24 March  and runs to Thursday 14 April - head here to learn more and see the full program of city-wide events! 

Here are all of the road closures that will be occurring during the Tour de Brisbane. 

Updated: 4 July 2021