​2016 Event Cancelled

The Goulburn Grand Prix Cycle Challenge was first held on 19 September 2010 and has become an annual event of Goulburn’s cycling calendar.

The GGPCC was developed by a group of local cycling enthusiasts together with Goulburn Mulwaree Council as a way to introduce new people to the sport they are so passionate about, promote cycling as a sport as well as a mode of transport and to educate the community about the health and lifestyle benefits that cycling provides.

The event is held each year as part of NSW Bike Week, a state-wide NSW Government initiative that raises the profile of cycling as a healthy, easy, low cost and environmentally friendly alternative to driving for short trips.

The Goulburn Grand Prix Cycle Challenge gets its name from the historic first Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix event of 1924 and follows the same route – a challenging 85km circuit extending from the outskirts of Goulburn to Windellama, across to Bungonia and back to the junction of the two roads.

The 1924 Australian Motor Cycle Grand Prix was the first of its kind in Australia. It involved four laps of the race circuit and took the winner 4 hours to complete.

If you look closely at the GGPCC logo you will notice that it represents past and present by combining motorcyclist and cyclist into one.

Sunday September 18, 2016 Start Time 8:30am.

2016 Event has been Cancelled

Grand Prix 85km Departs 9am Course Profile Here
This is for the riders who like a real challenge. You should be able to maintain an average speed of at least 25kph. Entry fee includes morning tea at Bungonia and BBQ lunch at the finish.

Grand Prix Cruise 85km Departs 8:30am Course Profile Here
If you can ride 85km and maintain an average speed of at least 20kph, this is for you. Entry includes morning tea at Bungonia and BBQ lunch at the finish

Bungonia 50km  Course Profile Here
For riders who like a challenge. the ride to Bungonia and back is very hilly. You need to have your climbing legs attached to tackle this one. Entry includes morning tea at Bungonia and BBQ lunch at the finish.

Mountain Ash 20km 
For riders who want a leisurely ride on a flat course. Entry fee includes BBQ lunch at the finish.