City To Sea Coasters


City To Sea Coasters

I already do this on my own but I'm gauging people's interest in participating in a regular (monthly, bimonthly?) slow ride from the city to Grange or Glenelg using the Linear Park bike track with the option for people to join up along the way. For people with single speeds, vintage, tweeders etc. who enjoy taking it slow to soak up the environment. Any suggestions welcome 

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Comment by Daniele on April 8, 2017 at 20:45

It is annoying how everything must be done online. However, I've used Eventbrite a few times now and not noticed any extra spam. But then I used my work email address which probably has a good filter. I did last year's History Festival Bicycle tour and it was very enjoyable if you like slow rides.

Comment by heather on April 8, 2017 at 20:11

Thanks for the notice.
However, book online via Eventbrite. I do not use, after reading their 'privacy policy' with something about collecting your info for advertising purposes.

Comment by Daniele on April 8, 2017 at 15:22
Comment by Daniele on April 26, 2016 at 10:45

Holy Sunday Bicycle Tour

Part of the History Festival:

15 & 22 May. Not sure which day I'll book but these events usually book out fast.


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