11OctAll DayCancelledSpring Cycle Take part in Sydney's largest charity ride!COVID-19SydneyState:NSWDiscipline:family friendly,RoadTerrain:Flat,Mixed,UndulatingDistance:1-40 km,41-80 km,81-120 kmType Ride:Charity,Recreational
Ride with 10,000 other cyclists in Sydney’s Spring Cycle charity ride! *** CANCELLED FOR 2020 DUE TO C-19. DATE TO BE CONFIRMED FOR 2021 BY
Ride with 10,000 other cyclists in Sydney’s Spring Cycle charity ride!
*** CANCELLED FOR 2020 DUE TO C-19. DATE TO BE CONFIRMED FOR 2021 BY EVENT ORGANISERS ***
Spring Cycle is Sydney’s largest recreational ride, bringing together over 10,000 riders to participate in a number of different rides around Sydney, with the unique opportunity to ride the road across the Sydney Harbour Bridge (with no cars). This is a great opportunity to enjoy Sydney’s stunning landscape and take in the city’s most iconic sites.
You’ll have the choice of 4 different rides that cater to cyclists of all levels and ages: 10km City Ride, 18km River Ride, 50km Classic Ride or the 105km Challenge Ride.
The 10km City Ride is perfect for families with young children or those wanting to stretch their legs on a bike. This ride starts at St Leonards Park, North Sydney and finishes at Pirrama Park, Pyrmont.
The 18km River Ride explores the heart of cycling in Sydney’s west. You’ll learn about some fantastic cycle paths to take your family and friends on all year round. Not to mention an action packed finish festival in Olympic Park, showcasing some of cycling’s greats. This ride starts at Pavilion Flat, Parramatta Park and finishes at Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park.
The 50km Classic Ride is for those looking for a challenge as it takes in the best of the City along the City Ride route before taking riders through the Inner West and into Sydney Olympic Park.
The 105km Challenge Ride is for those looking for the challenge of riding a century, this route takes in the best of the City along the Sydney City Ride route before taking riders through the Inner West, Parramatta, Prospect Dam, Western Sydney Parklands and into Sydney Olympic Park.
This cycling event raises money for Freedom Wheels, which gives children with disabilities the opportunity to ride a bike for the first time.
Spring Cycle is a unique experience that shouldn’t be missed!
You’ll find other cycling events, like the Spring Cycle, in our online Cycling Event Calendar.