I went for a ride with the Cycling for Pleasure Group today.
17 riders departed Victoria Square at the very civilized time of 10 AM
there was a verity of bikes on the ride a tandem and a bikes of many different wheel sizes
It seems the Adelaide cyclists jerseys are everywhere.
Past this strange building with no windows
Morning tea was at a park
During the ride it was asked if a bike Friday is ok to be ridden on other days of the week?
It also came up in conversation is having a heavy battery on your bike a handicap?
We wandered up the dry creek linear park and eventually found our way to the park opposite tea tree plaza for lunch
A few of the rises were a bit steep and gravelly
but most were flat
After lunch we joined a bike path near the Hope Valley reservoir
and found our way back to town via the Torren's Linear Park
Certainty it was an interested ride with a friendly group of people.
And there were places I didn't even know existed.
I did just over 60 Km for the day in about four and a half hours so it was a gentle pace.
I would think these rides would suit enthusiastic beginners who don't have a road bike.
The details are on strava
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