Canola Canter

What: The annual rides run by BWW in conjunction with Audax NSW. The challenge is to ride the nominated distance within a generous time limit. See the flyer for more detail.
When: Sunday, October 10th, 2021
Where: All rides start from the Wagga Wagga Beach
Entires close: Saturday, October 9th, 2021 at 12.00pm
Cost: Members of Audax Australia - $10 / rider. Non-Members of Audax Australia – Total $25 [extra $15 / rider for Individual Membership (Monthly) - Audax Australia Membership]
Online Entry only: Use the Audax Portal link -
For more Information: Call Ray Stenhouse on 0418 400 455.

Images from the Canola Canter 2020

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The 50km MT riders going from the tar to the gravel, and enjoying every minute!

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50km road riders just about to head out, early morning start.

Canola Canter information
Since 1999 on the second Sunday in October BWW have run the Canola Canter. The Canola Canter is conducted under the rules of the Audax Club of Australia. These non-competitive rides involve riding a set distance within a time limit. Distances of 50km, 100km and 200km are available as road rides with a 50km mixed terrain ride also being offered.
The registration link for all events is: -

  • 50km road
  • 100km road

  • 50km MT
  • 200km road

The actual distances are 51km, 101km and 204km for the road rides and 51km for the mixed terrain ride.
More information and RideWithhGPS maps can be found at these links.
The links are:
51km road -
101km road -
204km road -
51km MT -
COVID-19 Safety Measures
In order to be as COVID-19 safe as possible, some changes have been made to the usual format:
  • The number of riders in each event is limited to 50 riders;
  • To minimise the numbers at marshalling points, start times for each event will be staggered as follows:
    • The 200km Road ride starts at 7:30 AM.
    • The 100km Road ride starts at 8:00 AM.
    • The 50km Road ride starts at 8:30 AM.
    • The 50km Mixed Terrain ride starts at 9:00 AM.
  • Snacks will NOT be provided at controls. Riders should carry all their nutritional requirements or purchase these along their route (100km at Marrar and Coolamon and 200 km at Wagga, Wantabadgery and Junee);
  • Water will be available at Marrar, Millwood and Wagga Beach controls;
  • Hand sanitiser will be supplied at each water stop and must be used by riders prior to filling water bottles;
  • Riders can sign their own brevet card and should carry their own pen;
  • We ask that you observe social distancing at all stops.
All entries will be online and NO entries will be accepted on the day.

The registration link for all events is: -
As well as participating in the Canola Canter cyclists can also enjoy other challenging rides organised by Audax. Click on this link - Audax Club of Australia to find out more.