TOUR OF YORK 2020 A cycling adventure for the touring cyclists!SUNDAY 12 July 2020Introduction The 2020 Tour of York returns for the 9th year running with a established and proven course starting at Clackline with a stopover in
The Bridges Night Ride will take you on a magical night ride around the upper and lower reaches of the Swan River on Friday the 7th August 2020 from 6.30pm
The Bridges Night Ride will take you on a magical night ride around the upper and lower reaches of the Swan River on Friday the 7th August 2020 from 6.30pm and we ride for the benefit of our nominated charity PVNH support and awareness.
In our EIGHTH year and being the original Night Ride – it is sure to charm as we take you through routes that you may not have explored!
Bike lights are a must for this ride, but we want you to go one step further. Dress up in your brightest reflective gear and decorate your bikes with lights, reflective strips and glow sticks. Remember to wear pink and yellow clothing or accessories for PVNH.
40 km: Takes the developing rider through from Applecross through to the Freeway Bike Pathway towards the Southern river suburbs where, close to the Swan River. Riding through nature reserves and marshland on established pathways you’ll find hidden gems along the river, and view the rivers eco-system in the fading light of day.
65 km: Takes the established cyclist looking for more of a challenge, through the upper reaches of the Swan River down to Fremantle and back to Applecross. The course includes a combination of established routes together with hidden gems, including views of the river seldom seen, and often less appreciated. Rediscover your adventure for riding through the 65 km route.
$80 for the 65 km route
$60 for the 40 km route
Part proceeds will be seeded to PVNH for their charitable works assisting people with rare diseases in this country.
More information on our nominated charity PVNH support and awareness is available on their website and participants are encouraged to donate directly to their cause here: http://pvnhsupport.com/donations/ as well.
PVNH Support & Awareness proudly supports with more than 500 families in 33 countries and collaborates with world’s specialists, researchers, rare disease organisations and other groups of interests to make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by these disorders.
This event is mostly suited for teens and adults.
Minimum age to ride the 65km event is 18 years on the day of the event.
Minimum age to ride the 40km event is 12 years on the day of the event. Please note, that it a REQUIREMENT for ANY 12-17 year old riders registered for the 40km event, that a registered accompanying adult be riding with them at all times.
How to get there:
Please visit Transperth as your guide to public transport timetables, fares and accessible transport.
Start Location is at 48 Kishorn Road in APPLECROSS at the Perth Integrated Health – Southern Clinic
Start Date: Friday 7th Aug 2020: 18:30 PM
End Date: Friday 7th Aug 2020: 22:00 PM
For further information please email email@example.com
Registered participants will receive ongoing information as well as discounts from the Perth Cycling Group (PCG) / Perth Integrated Health Cycling Group (PIHCG) bike related agencies as a lead up to this event which includes special and incentives. Full course details of the event will be sent out within 2 weeks of the event actual.
This event is organised by the Perth Integrated events team – Apart of the Perth Integrated group of companies.
The Collie Donnybrook is one of the feature races of the road racing calendar. Starting in Collie outside the Crown Hotel. The Collie Donnybrook Classic is one of Australia's road cycling
The Collie Donnybrook is one of the feature races of the road racing calendar.
Starting in Collie outside the Crown Hotel. The Collie Donnybrook Classic is one of Australia’s road cycling classic. The handicap format gives everyone a chance to get to the finish line first. so hang onto the group and keep some legs for the sprint
Event Schedule to be confirmed
No other ride is more community-focused, heartfelt or
No other ride is more community-focused, heartfelt or inspirational than the MACA Cancer 200.
Entering its 9th year with a new name but the same commitment to ridding the world of cancer, the ride is life changing.
Over 1000 riders will line up to take on the personal challenge of riding 200km in two days to fight cancer and support medical research at the Perkins.
Unlike other rides, the MACA Cancer 200, is not a race. It’s an emotional, challenging, personal event where new people start as strangers and end as a family. All abilities and fitness levels are welcome.
Look out for the flagged bike riders. They are riding as cancer survivors or patients. We ride for them and with them.
Remember, we ride to do something bigger than we could achieve alone, to strengthen our minds and bodies and to provide hope to people living with cancer.
We will be putting together a number of fantastic rewards to recognise your fundraising efforts. Raise a minimum of $2,500 and you’ll earn your Cancer Crusader jersey. Raise more, and you’ll receive additional rewards. We will be building the complete list of fundraising tiers and the rewards you can earn really soon so stay tuned
october 10 (Saturday) - 11 (Sunday)
Your Spring Classic Challenge.In Australia there was a bicycle race that ran from 1897 to 1999. It was hard racing in the days of gravel tracks
Your Spring Classic Challenge.
In Australia there was a bicycle race that ran from 1897 to 1999. It was hard racing in the days of gravel tracks and thought to be the toughest race in Australia. It started in Beverley. We celebrate that race with a bike weekend. Be Heroic and come ride with us.
Slow down and step back in time. Historical towns, historical bikes and some beautiful countryside. We celebrate the history. We love those old bikes. We look forward to the new heroes making the event another historic ride.
All bikes welcome- e- bikes, bmx, steel, road racer, mountain bike, Cyclocross- something for everyone!
See where the wheatbelt and great races began. Enjoy quiet roads, riverside riding, checkpoints in historic towns- its beautiful Western Australia.
october 17 (Saturday) - 18 (Sunday)
The Beverley Town Hall
138 Vincent Street, Beverley