Spring has sprung and a dirty baker’s dozen braved the magpies and the wrath of their loved ones to embrace the sunshine and Bracegirdle’s by showing up for the SSRC L Ride.It was to be the scene for…Continue
"3 main ones stand out to me
Alpe d'Huez is a must.
Stelvio Pass, even just to drive it would be awesome.
Mount Ventoux from Bedion, however I don't think i'm a good enough rider to do it, as the wind is meant to be insane."
"Michelle, if you are interested here is a link to a similar length ride (within 1km) starting and leaving from the same spot as normal, but descending and then climbing the veloway.
A social group ride for riders new to the concept and fearing that they are 'too slow' for other group rides. Meet 7:30am for an 7:45am ride.Park on the main road next to the Almond Train.Averaging around 20kph to 25kph depending on the group, can be slower if required.This is not a training ride and a Tail End Charlie will be appointed so that no one will be left behind.There will be regular stops to regroup to ensure no one gets lost or left behindWe will also have the opportunity of having a…See More
This ride is intended for people wanting to improve their fitness and learn to ride faster.This is a training ride, not a social ride. We ride first, chat later.Meet 5.50 On the Coast to Vines trail just off Pimpala road on the Northern side for a 6am departure. Car park at the back of Fasta Pasta and Dominos for those driving.We plan to ride as a group with a re-group at the top of Chandler's Hill on Piggott Range Road and then a Second re-group at the bottom of Cox's hill to ensure we are all…See More
"Thanks to Pat for organising the ride, and a massive kudos to everyone who rode today. It was cold, there were lots of reasons not to ride, but everyone put in great performances. Well done to the Lofty virgins, Rob and Steve.