Can't find anything online. Perhaps give the guy from Treadly Bike shop a ring 82320158. If the Tweed ride isn't happening this year then Bouncle De Burbs organised by Treadly would be just as much fun.
On the 28th of August we’re rolling out for a tour of Adelaide’s backstreets and alleyways. The Boucle De Burbs will be the perfect opportunity to devote your Sunday to fun times in the saddle, shared with friends and family, and discovering a different route through the inner suburbs.
The Boucle is not designed to be a race, nor a grueling journey, but instead an outing with prospects for taking in the scenery and happening upon some perfect spots for a refreshing and refueling snack, lunch, brew or beverage. The course has been mapped out not only to track as many lanes as possible but also to pass some of Adelaide’s best cafes that are peppered through the burbs.
So, let’s hope for fine weather (or prepare with a raincoat and fenders) because rain or shine the fifth annual Boucle De Burbs will set off from Bonython Park Pond from 12pm Sunday August 28th. The course is approximately 40km and you have the day to complete it, so take your time and enjoy the ride.
There are prizes galore so get creative, the more you standout the better your chances. Coffee, Patries and Burgers will also be available to curve those hunger pains.
I haven't been able to find anything online either but will call them tomorrow,
Anyway, looks like the The Boucle De Burbs will be fun with one of my quirky bikes,
no stinky engines please!
Boucle the Burbs is a great event. I am planning on finishing the 1950s Ace Special in time for it. Adelaide built frame for a suburban Adelaide ride.
I'm in the process of setting something up for the 19th November 2016 in Mount Gambier. Saturday will include participation in the Christmas parade, followed by a "shown and shine" and swap meet at the town hall. There will be music by live bands during the day and LOTS of people in town for the parade. I'm thinking of a group dinner to close out the day's fun would be appropriate. Sunday would be a wonderful day to set off in the morning to find ourselves at some undisclosed location for a suitable brunch. The day would finish up after lunchtime so that everyone had time to get themselves back to where they started their journey or continue on to experience the numerous sights that make the South East a truly wonderful place. More to come soon. November is a wonderful time for tweed.