Surfing and cycling join forces!

Surfing and cycling join forces!

Bass Coast Cycle Challenge is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Bass Coast’s leading surf school – Offshore Surf School.

The Offshore Surf School home base, on the corner of Ramsay Blvd and Scarborough Street Inverloch, will transform into the 2019 BCCC event check in on 8th and 9th November.

“We are so grateful for the support from Shane and the offshore surf school,” said Gavin Slavin, event director.

“Moving to this location, alongside the start/finish area, bike racks, sponsor displays and entertainment, will bring back that famous BCCC buzz.” He added.

Shane Hogan from Offshore Surf School explains why he threw his support behind the event.

“Offshore Surf school is stoked to be joining forces with Bass Coast Cycle Challenge … Sports like surfing and cycling are perfect ways for people to experience outdoor living and lead healthy and happy lifestyles …. and this event is also really important because it also plays a critical role in helping to reduce the road toll by giving local kids access to road safety education sessions.”

Shane also has a message for those who may not have yet taken the leap to enter.

“For anyone thinking about getting involved, but haven’t yet entered, it’s the same as surfing …  get on board, choose a course you can handle and have fun!”

The 2019 Bass Coast Cycle Challenge will be held on Saturday 9 November, starting and finishing in Inverloch. Enter here now or check out our website for more info on the four routes.

Also, check out Offshore Surf School’s site and book yourself in for a lesson soon: https://offshoresurfschool.com.au/

 

TEAHUPOO, TAHITI - MAY 11:  (EDITORIAL USE ONLY)  In this handout image supplied by the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), Tahitian wildcard Hira Teriinatoofa scores a sensational upset when he eliminated ASP world number twelve Joel Parkinson (Gold Coast, Australia)  in round three of the Billabong Pro on May 11, 2006 in Teahupoo, Tahiti. Teriinatoofa, the crowd favorite, powered to round four where he will face Cory Lopez of USA. (Photo by Pierre Tostee/ASP via Getty Images)

TEAHUPOO, TAHITI – MAY 11: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) In this handout image supplied by the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), Tahitian wildcard Hira Teriinatoofa scores a sensational upset when he eliminated ASP world number twelve Joel Parkinson (Gold Coast, Australia) in round three of the Billabong Pro on May 11, 2006 in Teahupoo, Tahiti. Teriinatoofa, the crowd favorite, powered to round four where he will face Cory Lopez of USA. (Photo by Pierre Tostee/ASP via Getty Images)

 

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