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Meeting Point: Maisys cafe, Military Road (near Young St)
Departure Point: Maisys Neutral Bay
Duration: Sub 2 hrs
Pace (Group 1): Moderate
A firm ride to blow out those weekend cob webs.
Meeting at 5am for coffee at Maisys cafe - Military Rd, Neutral Bay near Young St we will ride to the weakest riders capabilities.
Pick up northern beaches riders at Warringah Mall between 530-535am
Return via the beaches, Dee Why & Manly before joining Sydney road to head back over the Spit. Anticipate arrival back to Cremorne (Espresso Room) at approx 6:45am for a quick coffee.
- Spare tube/gas or pump
If you are a new rider to the Tour de Cure we insist that you:
* Read and commit to our TDC Etiquette document: http://tourdecure.com.au/pages/get-involved/rider-road-etiquette
* Hold a current bicycle organisation membership. eg Bicycle NSW. Provides you with 3rd Party Property & Personal insurance. See http://bicyclensw.org.au/membership/
* have a road bike in excellent condition (no tri-bars), regularly serviced, clip-in pedals, working front/rear lights, helmet (approved), cycling kit.
New rider to Tour de Cure and have some questions? Give me a call.
Meeting Point: Ship Inn - Southbank
Departure Point: Ship Inn - Southbank
Duration: 1.5 hours
Pace (Group 1): Approx 30 km/hr
Brisbae's iconic riverloop. It's my normal group's weekly ride.
Meeting Point: Coluzzi's/Latteria - 322 Victoria St, Darlinghurst
Departure Point: Coluzzi's/Latteria - 322 Victoria St, Darlinghurst
Duration: 1:30 minutes
Pace (Group 1): Medium/steady
Meet Coluzzi’s/Latteria at 5.15 for a roll (with briefing and a quick pre ride coffee!).
We will head up Oxford St, through Bondi Junction then Bronte, Clovelly and Coogee Beach climbs before returning to Centennial Park around .
You should bring the following with you:
· Spare Tube/s
· Gas cartridges or pump
· Cash (for coffee, brekkie and refreshment if you desire)
· Food for the trip
· At least one if not two water bottles
· Patience for Traffic Lights
Please make sure your bike is in serviceable condition. You require a bell if riding in NSW.
If you haven’t ridden with us before, or need a refresher you need to read the TdC Etiquette Document found at: http://tourdecure.com.au/pages/get-involved/rider-road-etiquette
You should hold a current bicycle organisation membership (e.g. Bicycle NSW) which provides you with 3rdparty property & personal insurance.
If you would like to discuss anything, feel free to give me or Baz a call:
Andrew ‘Baz’ Blakemore 0407 012 155 or Victor de Sousa 0434 538 140
Group rides are promoted by Tour de Cure team members, to communicate to fellow team members where their rides will be happening for the coming weeks.
Tour de Cure do not manage these group rides, the routes or participants involved, all of whom are volunteers.
All participants in them waive Tour de Cure from any responsibilities of the group ride.
Cycling on public roads is a potentially dangerous activity which carries risks. Anyone cycling on these rides, acknowledges this and is aware that cycling is a physically demanding activity which requires a high level of fitness, skill, nutrition, preparation, correct equipment and adherence to rider etiquette.
Tour de Cure have developed a Bunch Rider Rules and Etiquette document which forms the basis of the understanding to safe and enjoyable bunch riding. We encourage all riders regardless of their years of experience to review Tour de Cure Bunch Rider Rules and Etiquette. Download our Rider and Road Etiquette (PDF).
Tour de Cure Bunch Riding Rules and Etiquette guidelines are an amalgam of opinions and recommendations from experienced cyclists, designed specifically for Tour de Cure riders.
It is important to note that all riding groups may have slight variations on signals and calls, on formations and etiquette and when riding with other groups, it is prudent to ask first what their bunch riding etiquette rules are.
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