Weekdays rides are generally every Wednesday and Friday. Meet at BP North Urunga at 7.00am (December, January, February) & 8.00am (remainder of year) for a 35 km ride.
Sunday rides are as per the program.
Peoples’ thinking varies as to what each considers easy, medium or hard rides. It is best to make your own decision & take into account the terrain, ride distance & your fitness level.
Riding with the group.
If you are listed as the ride leader for the day and you are unable to do it please arrange a replacement leader.
Everyone attending a ride must wear a helmet & their bike should meet all legal requirements. Please obey all road rules.
Although we are legally able to ride 2 abreast, we try not to upset motorists and where roads are narrow ride single file.
We also acknowledge good behavior by drivers with a wave when they are courteous to us.
It is a good idea to carry a pump, spare tube, necessary tools, puncture repair outfit, water, some food and sunscreen.
You can join a ride at any point on the ride. But please let the ride leader know what you are doing.
If you are leaving the group or taking a different route make sure the ride leader knows.
When group riding ensure the rider/s behind you know the group have turned off, wait for them so they can see where the group has turned.
We are always open to ideas for rides, please make any suggestions or rides you particularly like.
We have tried to include a range of rides, some easy, some medium & some hard & of course the socialising.
If you don’ t have a bike and want to have a try, we can supply a bike for the day, phone us the day before.
If you have a bike just turn up at the meeting point & we will make you welcome.
Rides are held under the umbrella of Bicycle NSW. To be covered by their Public Liability policy you must be a member of Bicycle NSW. Also after 3 rides with the group we ask that you join the group. Membership is $25 per year per rider. This covers things like BBQ’s, printing and stationary etc. We attempt as much as possible to use the money to improve the group and on social activities. Click here for details.
Remember cycling is a dangerous recreational activity