Event InformationFamily cyclists assemble at 9:50am for 10am start, Runners/Walkers assemble at 10:15 for 10:30am start.
Information for Walkers and RunnersAssemble at Apex Park at 10.15am for the 10.30am start.
The Lake Run and Ride course is a 10km course through the streets of Wagga and along the banks of Lake Albert starting and finishing at Apex Park – Lake Albert. More details and the course information map can be found at course information.
The finish line is near the starting point at Apex Park Lake Albert. Participants that complete the course and cross the finish line will have their time recorded. At the finish there is lots of colour with sponsor give aways, hot food and drink. Medal presentations will occur at the finish area at approximately midday.
Safety is of paramount importance during the run and care must be taken to ensure that all traffic regulations are observed. Please complete the personal details section on the back of event bib. To ensure good hydration have plenty to drink along the course and at the finish area.
Automatic disposable timing chips are used to time each participant. The timing chips are attached to the back of the event bib, please do not interfere with or remove the chips prior to the event.
Runners and Walkers should assemble at Apex Park Lake Albert from10.15am on Sunday. If parking give yourself plenty of time to find a car park and find your way to the Apex Park Start line. Entrants should self seed with slower participants lining up behind the main bunch of runners for safety. Hot drinks are available at Apex Park before the start.
Medals and awards are presented to event and age category winners. The presentations will take place as soon as the results are compiled around 12.00 pm.
Information for CyclistsAssemble at Apex Park at 9:30am for the 9:45am cycle/wheelies start.
The Cycle and Wheelies section of the Lake to Lagoon is non competitive. No times are recorded for Cyclists and Wheelies, it is not a race.
Persons entering in the wheelie section, enter to enjoy each other’s company not race. No medals are awarded nor times allocated.
Collect your bib number from the Sportsmans Warehouse in Baylis St from Monday 29th August until Saturday 10th September. Out of towners ONLY can collect bibs at Apex Park Hall from 9.15 on event day. Cyclists and Wheelies have a blue bib number. Runners and walkers have a yellow bib number.
The Wagga Lake Run and Ride course is a 10km course through the streets of Wagga and along the banks of Lake Albert starting and finishing at Apex Park – Lake Albert. More details and the course information map can be found at course information.
The finish line is near the starting point at Apex Park Lake Albert. There are racks to store bikes after your ride. At the finish there is lots of colour with sponsor give aways, hot food and drink.
Safety is of paramount importance during the event and care must be taken to ensure that all traffic regulations are observed. Please complete the personal details section on the back of event bib. An escort will lead the Cyclist at the head of the group. Do Not pass in front of the lead group, the cycle section is not a race. You are to remain behind your escort at all times. The course is narrow along sections beside Lake Albert, please take care and look after younger riders.
Cyclists and Wheelies should assemble at Apex Park Lake Albert from 9.30am on Sunday. If parking give yourself plenty of time to find a car park at make your way to the Apex Park Start line.
Course Information and Map
The Lake Run and Ride course is 10km flowing through the streets of Wagga Wagga with both the start and finish at Apex Park Lake Albert.
The course provides a unique experience that combines closed streets through Wagga Wagga with walking track along the banks of Lake Albert.
The Wagga Lake Run and Ride Starts at Apex Park Lake Albert. From the start, the course heads north along East Lake Drive and then on to Lake Albert Road. Continuing north along Lake Albert Road, there are two drinks stations along the gentle incline through Kooringal bringing participants to the highest point as we turn around just before the intersection with Lord Baden Powell Drive. The course then returns down Lake Albert Road to the northern end of Lake Albert and turns right onto the walking track around the Lake. Following south along the western shore of Lake Albert the track goes around the boat club and along the southern shore of the Lake before finishing after 10km back at Apex Park.
Turn Around Point
The following training program is provided for novice runners to assist you getting to the finish line.
Please consult your doctor if you have not exercised regularly for some time.
Download the Wagga Lake Run and Ride novice Training-Program.