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 registering for 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 : Ride from Hornsby up the old Pacific Highway to Cowan and then down the hill to the Hawkesbury River and Brooklyn Marina. Turn around and climb the hill back to Pie in the Sky and then Hornsby.
This ride starts at 09:00:00 Hornsby Park, northern end, opposite Council Chambers
NOTES: Coffee at brooklyn many regroups along the way
|Ride Grade Information|
|Average moving pace||steady |
approx. 17-19 kms/hr
|REE||Calculate your REE|
|Explanations of grades, pace, RDI, REE|
|Suitability||Suitable for those that want more of a challenge than the normal Pie in the Sky ride provides.|
|Coffee stop||Brooklyn Marina|
|Expected duration||4.5 hour(s) (estimate only - ride may be longer due to on the day factors)|
|Future dates for this route|
|Ride With GPS Map/Cue/Profile/TCX/GPX|
Ride from Hornsby up the old Pacific Highway to Cowan and then down the hill to the Hawkesbury River and Brooklyn Marina. Turn around and climb the hill back to Pie in the Sky for some grand views before returning to Hornsby.
Keeping us COVID-safe:
- Pre-registration is compulsory. There are no walk-ins.
- Physical distancing of 1.5 metres should be observed where possible.
- All riders are encouraged to bring hand sanitizer.
- Riders must not attend if sick, have Covid-19, influenza or symptoms of any communicable disease.
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