If you’re not a racing cyclist no need to worry, for weekend enthusiasts who would still like to take part this exciting and iconic event, the Community Challenge is a great way to explore the Goldfields and enjoy the achievement of completing the Menzies Classic with like-minded colleagues or friends.
The weekend enthusiasts who wish to ride at a more social pace but would love to be included in this exciting event may enter the Community Challenge Ride and enjoy the achievement of completing the Menzies Classic course.
Please click here to view the 2023 Northern Star Community Challenge Information Sheet.
Goldfields Cyclassic would like to encourage everyone to participate
in the Northern Star Community Challenge, from Kalgoorlie to Menzies.
An AusCycling licence is required for all Community Challenge riders (for insurance purposes). AusCycling offer a "Lifestyle" licence at a cost of $7.00. Click HERE to purchase your licence. You will need to show proof of purchase of your licence at Registration
NOTE: No headphones or go pro's are allowed during the ride.
The 2023 Community Challenge Information Sheet will be available soon
EGCC welcomes new members joining the club as part of their training programme. Check out the EGCC club website for the 2023 calendar.
Do you have like-minded cycling friends or colleagues? If so, why not join together with your work-mates, gym buddies or your friends and participate in the Community Challenge as a four-person relay team?
The Community Challenge is the Menzies Classic course (132km) and is broken up into four approximately equal sections. The first rider completes the section out of Kalgoorlie to Paddington, hands over to their team-mate who then pedals off to Davyhurst. Here number 3 team member is waiting. Number 3 pedals onwards to Comet Vale where the final team member will then cross the finishing line in Menzies or all team members can cross the line together.
Each team will need a vehicle and support person to carry all riders and equipment. Each team is responsible for placing its own rider at each handover point.
Can’t find three other people? No problem – teams can be up to four members so teams of two and three are also encouraged to participate. For those riders who just want to finish the event and not be part of the handicapped race, you can also ride the Community Challenge as an individual.
You will need to register your team and members so come up with a great team name and even dress up for the day. Register via the Registration tab.