Climb 9 of Buderim’s best hills…
…or at least as many as you can in 3 hours!
What is the Buderim 9 Challenge?
The Buderim 9 Challenge is proudly presented by the Sunshine Coast Cycling Club, Argon Law and the Cerebral Palsy League.
The Challenge is an exciting annual 75km community cycling event covering nine hills around Buderim. It lasts for three hours and is held on the last Sunday every year before Christmas.
This year it is taking place on Sunday 20th December 2015.
You can take up the challenge and become a member of the exclusive Buderim 9 Club and help the Cerebral Palsy League support Queenslanders with cerebral palsy and related physical disabilities. Last year’s proceeds changed the lives in a small but meaningful way of many families in Queensland.
The challenge is to climb all nine hills in three hours. Riders must ride the hills according to the event map and all registered riders receive an event jersey and a certificate to indicate the number of hills accomplished.
Buderim9 Ride 2015
The Sunshine Coast’s Toughest Hill Ride
Tells us what you thought of B9 2015
We’d love to know what you thought of the 2015 event, so that we can continue to make improvements for your safety and enjoyment. If you have 5 minutes, please click on this online survey link and tell us what you really thought of the 2015 ride! Surveys responses close 30 April 2015.
Cerebral Palsy League
The Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) is a non-profit organisation that provides vital support to more than 8,000 children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities in Queensland and Northern NSW.
Argon Law is proudly the principal partner of this exciting annual community phenomenon.
John Gallagher and the team at Argon Law is committed to giving back to the communities it serves.
Argon Law is a full service commercial law firm, based in Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. Our vision is to deliver outstanding quality at a reasonable cost and always, to delight our clients.
The Sunshine Coast Cycling Club is proud to be associated with the Buderim 9 Challenge, and club members enthusiastically support this opportunity to challenge themselves personally, and to support the Cerebral Palsy League and their invaluable work for Queenslanders with cerebral palsy and related disabilities.