Bike to the Beach

Cost: Free

Bookings: Booking Required

Location: Shorebird Reserve Taren point

 

2022 Bike to the Beach

This event will be held during NSW Bike Week on Sunday 18 September 2022. 

Online registration

Please complete the online registration. 

Your registration confirmation email will be checked prior to the start of the ride at Shorebird Reserve. Please keep your registration email handy.

Starting Location - Shorebird Reserve

Bring the family down for a great 7km cycle ride from Shorebird Reserve to Wanda Beach.

The supervised course along off-road paths is easily managed by all ages.

Volunteers will be on hand to assist at crossing points and will help young riders collect progress stamps along the way.

Times

  • Free registration 10.00am - 12.00pm
  • Course open 10.00am - 1.00pm
  • Activities completed at 2.00pm.

Event details

Riders need to bring their own bikes, in good roadworthy condition (including bell).

All riders MUST WEAR a helmet.

At Don Lucas Reserve, enjoy:

  • Inflatable Obstacle Course
  • Giant Slides
  • Food and drink stalls
  • giveaways and games!

Bring along a picnic lunch!

Location and registration

Riders will need to show registration details at Shorebird Reserve, Taren Point

Riders can enter the Reserve from the corner of Smith St and Alexander Avenue - on street-parking is available

Riders helmets will be checked for correct fit and safety.

Please ensure that bikes are in safe working condition BEFORE the event - that the bell is working, the tyres are pumped, the chain is oiled, and the brakes are working correctly.

The course ends at Don Lucas Reserve, Mitchell Road, Wanda Beach.  

Online registration

Please complete the online registration

Your registration confirmation email will be checked prior to the start of the ride at Shorebird Reserve. Please keep your registration email handy.

The cycle route and map

The ride commences at Shorebird Reserve, Taren Point. Cyclists ride east along the cycle path on the foreshore to Solander playing fields.  Riders then continue along the path, crossing Captain Cook Drive at the signalled crossing, and then riding east along the cycle path adjacent Captain Cook Drive.

Riders continue along path, crossing at Woolooware Rd and Elouera Rd.  Riders then will turn right on the footpath at Elouera Rd, then turn left onto Bate Bay Rd heading east.  At the top of the hill, the path will join the Don Lucas Reserve bike track and the ride concludes at the bottom of the hill.

You can download the route here.

Wet weather

In case of wet weather, please

  • check our Facebook page

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    Enquiries

    Enquiries can be directed to Mark Stuart on 9710 0341 or mstuart@ssc.nsw.gov.au


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