New Horizons Tasmania, 292 -294 Invermay Road, Mowbray Tas 7248
03 6326 3344
info@newhorizonstas.org.au

The New Horizons Tasmania Western Tiers Cycle Challenge returns in 2024!

Sunday 24th March 2024 | Prospect Vale Park

Adults: $45  |  Children (up to 16): $15  |  Family (2 adults + children) $90 | Or purchase a virtual ride! 

The 5 Rides

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The Western Tiers Cycle Challenge is a fully escorted cycling event winding through the picturesque Meander Valley in Tasmania’s North. Social or competitive riders welcome!

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Donate

Donate to NHT

Unable to participate but keen to support New Horizons Tasmania? Make a simple, one-off donation to support our organisation. Thank you so much!

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Register

CHOOSE YOUR RIDE

Pre-register below to receive a FREE LUNCH on the day. Choose from 24km, 52km, 76km, 100km or 140km. A fun, social ride or up for a challenge, there’s an option for all abilities! 

REGISTER HERE
 

On the day

FREE LUNCH FOR PRE-REGISTERED RIDERS

Pre-register by Sunday 17 March and recieve a free lunch! There will be also be a BBQ and salad rolls available for purchase for on-the-day registrants.

ONSITE COFFEE VAN

Glennroys coffee van join us on the day so you can grab a coffee pre or post-ride!

FAMILY FRIENDLY RIDES

You don’t have to be a regular cyclist. Bring the family along for a fun day of riding all together!

MEGA GAMES AND FACE PAINTING

It might be called ‘the ride’ but there’s a lot more on offer! Bring the kids along to enjoy PCYC’s Mega Games including connect 4 and checkers + face painting!

Keen to get involved but prefer not to ride?

Volunteer with us!

THANK YOU TO OUR 2023 AMBASSADOR

Jake Birtwhistle Australian Triathlete 

Originally from a running background, Jake represented Tasmania on many occasions over middle-and-long distance events and was crowned Australian Junior Champion eleven times before making the transition to triathlon at the age of 17.

After progressing through elite ranks in triathlon, Jake had a breakthrough 2018 season saw him grab five top-five finishes at the top level to secure a bronze medal in the World Championship series. In the same year a memorable second place in the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and a gold for team Australia in the relay event.

In 2019, he recorded his first WTS victories after brilliant runs in Leeds and Hamburg which lead him to the Olympic Games in 2021, and a second Commonwealth Games in 2022 where he secured his third Commonwealth medal with a bronze in the relay event.

We thank Jake for supporting the 2023 challenge.

(Image credit: Scott Gelston)

Thank you to our 2024 sponsors

NEW HORIZONS TASMANIA

Sport and Recreation for Tasmanians with a disability

New Horizons Tasmania plays a vital role in building inclusive communities throughout Tasmania, offering dynamic programs to empower individuals with disability.

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Contact Us

For all event enquiries, call New Horizons Tasmania on 6326 3344 or email info@newhorizonstas.org.au