On Friday 8 September, 40 riders, comprising of BOQ staff, business partners and friends, set off to ride 350kms over three days through the Noosa hinterland as part of the It’s Possible Cycle Tour.
Funds raised from this year’s event will go directly to the Children’s Hospital Foundation and a research program with the potential to significantly diminish the prevalence of asthma in children.
BOQ would like to thank all of this year’s sponsors for their support, Genworth, Mexia, Adobe, Nucleus Software, Sales ITV, DC Payments, DBANZ, and My Foot Dr Australia.
We’d also like to thank all of this year’s riders for their energy and humour while slogging it up the many gruelling hills.
Have a scroll through some snaps taken by the riders this year!
— Kirsten Pike (@KirstenPike) September 9, 2017
The top of the hill:
$100,000 for Children’s Hospital Foundation:
Classic bike shots:
The BOQ It’s Possible Cycle Tour is under way! Bikes prepared and ready for a solid hit out.. We have finished Day 1 in pretty good shape.. Well done to all riders and @kentwilliams_entoure for superb events management!! .. Tomorrow we head to the hills again; stay tuned .. @thebikebutler101 over and out till 0530 tomorrow! 😅#bicycle #mechanic #bikelife #repairservice #thebikebutler #theweekend #itspossibleride #bankofqueensland #entoure #latergram
Thank you sponsors!
— Andrew Murrell (@AndrewMurrell68) September 8, 2017
— Team Mexia (@TeamMexia) September 7, 2017
— SalesITV (@SalesITV) September 8, 2017
— Andrew Murrell (@AndrewMurrell68) September 9, 2017