The Tour de Coast riders arrive on the Sunshine Coast Thursday morning, it’s going to mean an exciting day for school kids and Cops for Cancer volunteers, as well as some delays on the roads
After getting into Langdale, they’ll be riding from the ferry terminal to Roberts Creek Elementary between 8:20 and 9:11.
The riders leave Roberts Creek just before 10 to make their way to Davis Bay Elementary.
Then it’s the long ride from Davis Bay to Madeira Park from 10am to Noon.
After stopping for lunch at the Legion and dropping in on Madeira Park Elementary, it’s back south, from roughly 1:30 to 3:30 when the riders will be stopping at the Sunshine Coast RCMP detachment.
Detachment members Andrea Ceulemans and Nicole Hall are on the ride this year. We talked to them earlier about the rewards, and the challenges.
The last leg on the road will take them from Sechelt to Camp Olave, where they’ll spend the night.
The plan for Friday morning is to leave Camp Olave at 6:45 and ride about an hour up Highway 101, before getting on a bus for the Earls Cove ferry terminal.