Great Vic Bike Ride
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Supporting your ride
Whether you’re travelling solo, with your sister, daughter, partner, friend or mum, the women’s community program could be for you, it’s open to all female riders joining the Great Vic Bike Ride.
Why? Because at Bicycle Network, we believe that 50% of all people who ride bikes should be women.
Currently, only one in three bike riders are women. At Bicycle Network we continue to work towards having an even balance of male and female riders, and throughout all of our events we integrate packages that encourage and support women to participate.
Ride leaders and ambassadors
You’ll have the opportunity to ride each day with our experienced ride leaders and other like-minded women.
The opportunity to take part in monthly training rides, skills sessions and three basic mechanics sessions in Melbourne.
Welcome drinks on arrival at the campsite, a morning meeting point, designated time to regroup to share lunch, evening catch-up drinks and a designated camping area.
Training rides and skills sessions
Whether you want to build your confidence on the bike, improve your overall fitness or meet some friendly faces, we’ve got training rides, workshops and skills sessions to suite all levels, from beginner to advanced.
This is your chance to brush up on your skills, meet some friendly faces, get some kilometres into your legs and most importantly, have fun.
All sessions are free, but RSVP is essential.What's on
What the riders said ...
I really appreciated the support of the women’s community on my first ever Great Vic Bike Ride. I wasn’t confident to sign up for the ride alone, and I couldn’t encourage any friends to get on board with me. So when I saw there was the support of this womens group available I jumped at the opportunity. I went along to a training ride and it was so nice to meet other like-minded riders. I also got some really good cycling tips as I am not a big road cyclist. The event was so much fun and I’d encourage anyone not too sure to join in with this amazing supportive group of girls! Dana Thomson
I participated in my first Great Vic Bike Ride as a solo entrant, and the Women’s Community made it just a wonderful experience. Aside from loving the event itself, I became part of a community of friendly, active women, who supported each other at every turn both on the road and at the camp site. There was always someone to ride with, eat with, join a queue with, celebrate with, and just have fun with. I came away with new friends, new riding buddies, new knowledge, and feeling so happy to have been part of this community within a community. Jane Ainsworth