Past Parramatta via Greystanes

Friday December 16, 2022, 08:30:00

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 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 : Follow PVC, M4 and onto Liverpool Rail Trail towards Fairfield - along Prospect Creek and return via pipeline and rail trails

This ride starts at 08:30:00 Meadowbank Wharf, end of Bowden St, Meadowbank

This is a MEMBERS ONLY ride

Ride Leader
Roger Pottie

Ride Grade Information
Distance (km)60
Average moving pacesteady
approx. 17-19 kms/hr
Metres climbed 449.364
REECalculate your REE
Explanations of grades, pace, RDI, REE

Further Information
SuitabilityPeople who feel confident cycling in light traffic
FeaturesCycleways and commuter routes in western Sydney
Coffee stopPemulwuy
Expected duration5 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

Start at Meadowbank. We then go onto the John Whitton bridge into Olympic Park and past the Olympic Stadium and from thereon we go towards Newington. We cross Silverwater Road and then follow the M4 and then onto Holroyd Gardens for a toilet stop. We then go back on the road and past Guildford railway station follow the rail trail towards Fairfield where there is a very sharp turn. We find our way to Prospect Creek and go onto Reconciliation Road and on for coffee and toilet stop at Pemulwuy. After coffee we go back via the Lower Prospect Canal Viaduct, onto the rail trail towards the M4 and back over Silverwater Bridge and follow the Parramatta River to Meadowbank.
This ride is mainly carried out on cycle paths and quieter back streets. However some of the pathways are regular haunts for glass and broken bottles. Riders ought to ensure that they have plenty of spare tubes, a working pump and are familiar with changing a tyre.
This ride is quite exposed in sections in summer, so riders should ensure that they have plenty of water enroute as taps are not that available

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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