Butterfly House – Sunday 24 July

The ride to Butterfly House this Sunday will be an easy ride, via Crossmaglen.  The actual route has been amended on the ride program to reflect this.  We depart Urunga at 8 am. The Urunga bypass was officially opened today. …

KIDS Charity Ball

KIDS Charity BallPaul Courtney, from Coffs Harbour Community Cycle Group (Saturday mornings at 6.30 am if you want to come along) has let us know that he is taking part in the Ride 4 KIDS (Coffs to Noosa 680 km) and that the “kick off” event is their charity ball with the ride commencing the next day, Sunday morning.  If you would like to attend or organise a table, the details can be downloaded by clicking here.  Alternatively, Paul would very much appreciate a donation by clicking here.

Paul tells us that all the riders will be at the charity ball, no doubt dancing the night away!

Cycling in Mizzle

PeteOn Sunday, a quick check of the weather radar indicated no rain so apparently a perfect day to venture towards Thora as a practise lead up to the Coffs Coast Cycle Challenge in August.  However, the Bellinger Valley was shrouded in something not quite a mist and not quite a drizzle – Mark coined it a “mizzle”. 

Picking Up Strays ….

“Picking Up Strays …” Ride Report 12th June 2016 Ian Scott My next attempt at being a ride leader! After loosing the whole bunch last time, I wondered what adventures today’s ride would bring. Eleven riders congregated at the BP…

Peaks Challenge Gold Coast 14 August

The Peaks Challenge Gold Coast bike ride is being held on Sunday August 14th 2016. It’s a 235km ride over 12 hours that starts and finishes at CBUS Super Stadium in Robina with a 4000m climb through Mt Tamborine, Beechmont,…

I am their leader, I must follow them!!

Ride Report 29th May 2016 Urunga to Coffs Jetty Ian Scott   Winter is not far off! 6 degrees at 7:30am. Seven riders congregated at the BP North Urunga for an easy ride to Coffs Harbour Jetty. Gave my ride…

Velodrome Ride Report 22 May

Don-and-Steve-at-Velodrome

Last Sunday, Dorrigo Urunga Bicycle Group (DUBBUG) visited the Toormina Velodrome to test the theory that short bursts of intensive cycling can have a profound effect on their health. Though, it is too early to tell, the theory is promising…