Spring Cycle is a huge cycling event held in Sydney each year that attracts over 10,000 participants over 4 different ride lengths.
The Spring Cycle starts in North Sydney and takes riders across the Sydney Habour Bridge and around the Syndey CBD for the ride of a lifetime.
There are 4 different ride lengths in which riders can register: 10km city ride, 16km river ride, 50km classic ride and 105km challenge ride. The rides start in St Leonards Park in North Sydney and finish in Cathy Freeman Park in Sydney Olympic Park. Riders will be supported by Route Marshal Volunteers, Ride Crew Bicycle Mechanics, Support Bus, Police, Qualified Traffic Controllers, First Aid Response Teams and a Last Rider.
The 10km ride is perfect for those looking for a relaxing ride or families with children. Kids ride free during this event, so make sure to get them involved for a fantastic family friendly activity. The 16km ride has an age minimum of 10 years age, so this is perfect for those with kids who are a little older. The 50km ride has an age minimum of 12 years and the 105km ride is limited to those aged 17 years and older.
For the longer rides, there are a number of rest stops along the way with plenty of food and water available as well as toilets. Many sites also have a first aid station and some offer bike mechanics.
So register and take part in this fantastic event this year!