Lane Cove River Roll Womens Ride

Sunday January 20, 2019, 08:00:00

RISK WARNING: As a participant in this dangerous recreational activity, you may be exposing yourself to a significant risk of harm. Bike North, the ride organisers and leaders wish to warn you of the risks and hazards that are an inherent part of cycling, and to take care to prevent putting yourself, your fellow participants and/or others into danger. By signing onto this ride, you accept the warning as to risk, and you agree to ride in a safe and responsible manner and to obey all Australian Road Rules.

Summary : Loop ride to Lane Cove River National Park using Gore Hill and Epping Road cycle paths and relatively quiet back streets. Enjoy the tranquillity of the bush and river.

This ride starts at 08:00:00 Artarmon Station, East side

NOTES: Coffee at Macquarie Rest park

Ride Leader
Wendy Jannings
Ph9958 1345

Ride Grade Information
Distance (km)21
approx. 15-17 kms/hr
Metres climbed 250.114
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Further Information
SuitabilitySuitable for women riders comfortable in some traffic and a few hills.
FeaturesEncouraging womens cycling participation. Scenic loop ride, Gore Hill and Epping Road cycle paths, relatively quiet back streets, smooth park road, river and bush views in Lane Cove River National Park.
Coffee stopPlassy Rd Macquarie Rest Park or Chatswood
Expected duration2.5 hour(s) (estimate only - ride may be longer due to on the day factors)
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Scenic loop ride to Lane Cove River National Park via the Gore Hill cycle path and quieter streets of Naremburn, Artarmon and Chatswood. In the Park we ride close to the meandering river from the weir to the ticket booth near De Burgh's Bridge enjoying the tranquillity, river and bush views. Returning part way down to the Scribbly Gum exit we leave the park linking back to the Epping Road cycle path through the Riverside Corporate Park. We use mostly quieter back streets but do need to cross some busier arterial roads. Climbs are moderate or relatively short.

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