Get on your bike to make a difference to young Australians in need
2018 Wheel Classic
Thank you to the 20 riders who participated in this year’s Wheel Classic from Canberra to Sydney.
Please support their fundraising efforts by making a donation to their campaigns.
2019 wheel classic
Get on your bike to make a difference to young Australians in need. In 2019, the Future2 Wheel Classic will set off from Melbourne.
Departing from Federation Square, the Wheel Classic will head into the Daylesford Ranges and the historic town of Kilmore.
We’ll cycle to the goldfields of Ballarat and then head to the rolling hills and cascading waterfalls around Apollo Bay. We will ride the famous Amy Gillett Fondo route before heading along the Great Ocean Road and its panoramic views.
An overnight stay in Queenscliff before a ferry ride and final ride along the Portsea beaches around Port Phillip Bay back to Melbourne.
The 6-day ride covers a course of 819kms and you can also opt for a shorter 3 or 4-day ride.
The Wheel Classic caters for all cycling abilities. Yes, you will need to train but at an average distance of 100km on the shorter route and 20km/h average is very doable and achievable.
Riders taking on the Future2 Wheel Classic will take on the challenge of raising $1,500 to directly support Future2’s Make the Difference Grant program.
|Day||Date||Start||Finish||Distance (km) (shorter route)|
|Thurs 21 Nov||Melbourne (all Wheel Classic riders to arrive PM)||Melbourne|
|1||Fri 22 Nov||Melbourne||Kilmore||122|
|2||Sat 23 Nov||Kilmore||Ballarat||140|
|3||Sun 24 Nov||Ballarat||Apollo Bay||166|
|4||Mon 25 Nov||Apollo Bay Loop via Lorne||Apollo Bay Loop|
Optional: Apollo Bay to Cape Otway Return
|5||Tue 26 Nov||Apollo Bay||Queenscliff||129|
|6||Wed 27 Nov||Queenscliff||Sorrento by Ferry|
Sorrento to Melbourne