Social rides - Tasmania
Our favourite Seniors Week rides are back on Wednesday 16 October: E-bike Coffee Club goes to MONA and Ulverstone - Berry Patch Ride and Feast.
The North-East Wineries Tour takes in Tasmania’s premier wineries and vineyards and can be ridden over three to four days or in discrete sections.
There’s something for everyone in our Sprent ride on Sunday 25 August, with loops within loops to cater to four different routes.
A week-long riding/camping trip of Bruny is being organised for 18–23 August for anyone who enjoys a laid-back cycling pace or wants to get a taste of bicycle touring life.
Our north-west riders’ group like to mix it up with multi-day rides and this time they are heading to Mole Creek for the weekend 27–28 July and everyone’s invited.
Our Don to Latrobe social ride on Sunday 30 June is the chance to tackle a longer ride without too many hills to slow you down.
It’s Volunteer Week on 20–26 May and we’ll be celebrating with a drink and nibbles on Hobart’s waterfront following the Macquarie Point Open Day on Saturday 25 May.
The North-West Riders Group is taking in Penguin and Ulverstone on Sunday 26 May from 11 am, and we'll be providing bike valet parking at the football in Hobart on 18 May.
The choice of a long or short ride from the Burnie Yacht Club on Sunday 28 April and an exploration of new Hobart paths and bridge on Wednesday 1 May.
There’s a new bridge and short bike path in Hobart, and if you haven’t tried them out yet we’ve got a ride for you with views fit for a queen.
The Shearwater Loop ride is an easy 28 km, leaving at 11 am on Sunday 31 March.
Three social rides are coming up in the next two weeks, one to highlight the role of physical activity in managing pain, a Pipeline at night ride and a family ride to Taste the World in Moonah.
Bike Week 2019 is done and dusted, with thanks to all the volunteers who organised events and the people who came along.
Pedal Power e-bike trial sessions are now open for bookings at www.bicyclenetworktasmania.com.au
Our premier Bike Week ride, Women on Wheels, is heading to Sorell this year for an easy trip around the scenic Orielton Lagoon on Sunday 3 March.
The number of our self-guided bicycle route maps are growing, with recent additions covering Orielton Lagoon and the new Margate to Snug shared path.
We are easing into the new year with our first social ride offering: the 18 km Ridgley Loops ride on Sunday 27 January.
Bicycle Network is providing valet bike parking at the Taste of Tasmania and Hobart Hurricanes cricket matches over summer.
Celebrate Christmas with a cycle along the coast on Sunday 23 December to the Berry Patch in Turners Beach – festive season decorations mandatory!
Our social rides in the next few weeks are designed to help new e-bike riders navigate inner city Hobart and explore Hobart’s rail heritage. On Wednesday 5 December our e-bike coffee club is going to ride a 10km loop through the city up to North Hobart, Lenah Valley, West Hobart and back to Collins [...]