Social rides - Tasmania
We've got three social rides coming up in July in the south, with two exploring Hobart's eastern shore.
After being limited to riding with one other person for months our social ride leaders have burst out of the gates with two rides already held and three more in the offing this month.
The move into stage 2 of COVID-19 restrictions means we can start up small group social rides, with the first this Sunday out of Ulverstone.
A new self-guided ride explores the hills of West Hobart, Lenah Valley and Mt Stuart with stops at Knocklofty Reserve and Acanthe Park.
Our volunteer ride leaders are busy coming up with self-guided riding routes for our members-only and public RidewithGPS pages, and the latest to go online is the two- or three-day Pelverata–Cygnet–Channel Tour.
Sharing your solo ride photos, MTB news, Bicycle Network offices shut and more destinations floated for north-west coast pathway make up this fortnight's Tassie Bike News Bites.
With our free social rides being called off and people working from home or no longer working due to COVID-19, the one thing you can still do is go for a ride on your own.
The Bike Week plethora of social rides on offer is no longer, but our north-west riders can’t stay idle for long and have organised a Spent Loops ride for their regular last Sunday of the month outing.
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.
This year is the 20th Tasmanian Bike Week, which is a good time to reflect on why we need “days” and “weeks” to draw attention to something.
Our North-West Riders Group are tackling the rolling hills south of Cooee this month, with the Yolla to West Takone ride on Sunday 23 February.
2020 is shaping up to be the biggest Bike Week in a few years with heaps of rides and events around the state and Bicycle Network offering several social rides.
The annual Women on Wheels bicycle ride turns 20 this year and we are celebrating with a new central Hobart location and choice of three routes to get you spinning on Sunday 1 March.
The Surges Bay Touring Taster is the first social ride to come out of the new Bicycle Network Tasmania bike touring group on the weekend 15–16 February.
Our popular Pipeline ride is back for a post-Christmas, pre-new year spin, helping you get back into riding fitness after any festive indulgences and ready to face a new decade on Sunday 29 December.
Our North-West riders are avoiding the Christmas rush by holding their festive season ride on Sunday 29 December this year.
One of our most popular social rides is back for another spin on Wednesday 13 November when our e-bike riders head to MONA for a tasty treat.
The Hobart E-bike Expo is back at the Regatta Grounds on Sunday 24 November, with a few new shops and manufacturers joining the meet.
E-Bike riders will be showing Hobartians how to get into the Christmas spirit this year at the Hobart Pageant on Saturday 16 November.
There is so much to see at this year’s Open House Hobart that we’ve put together a free social ride that takes in the major sites as part of a cycling tour on Saturday 9 November. We can only accept a maximum of 15 people on the ride as it includes booked tours so get [...]