Levelled, a new cycling event

Levelled, a new cycling event

King Street Car Park Climb

Posted on 15.04.2019

Levelled will be raced out of Brisbane’s newest neighbourhood … the King Street precinct in Bowen Hills.

On Saturday 25 May, cyclists will converge on King Street for Brisbane’s inaugral car park climb – Levelled!

It’s going to be a party! A roof-top event village with DJ, and the route lined with spectators, riders will sprint up the car park ramps racing to become the King and Queen of King St.

Junior racing  kicks off at 8:30 am, followed by cyclists of all breeds pitting themselves against each other, the car park, and the clock, in the battle for the top honours. For those more interested in bragging rights back at work there will be plenty of sponsored categories to keep you all honest and raring to go!

Part of a team? Every participant earns points towards for your club or organisation. Who will come out on top?

It’s a party with a cause – with all profits going to the Heart Foundation.







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