The 20th anniversary year for Tasmanian Bike Week has been one of our best, with good attendance at events and great coverage in local media.
A huge thank you to all the volunteers who put these events on every year, without them we wouldn't have a Bike Week.
Our Women on Wheels ride and Kingborough Treasure Hunt were stand outs yet again and this year saw volunteer ride leaders step up to hold a range of interesting rides around Hobart.
In Devonport, our north-west volunteers pulled together to offer a short, family-friendly ride through the Don bushland to the Bluff and attracted new riders and visitors.
And a special call out for anyone who came to our Bike Week events and would like to get involved next year.
In particular, to help organise the Kingborough Treasure Hunt, which has been growing in popularity and this year saw a record 120 participants attend.
The main organisers are at a stage in their life where they can no longer take this on, and the location is now facing constraints from spreading housing development and lack of facilities.
If you are interested in joining a volunteer group to organise and stage the Treasure Hunt, or any of our other events and activities, please email our convenor.
Here are some snaps from our Bicycle Network activities throughout the week.