State Bike Week 2016

State Bike Week is now earlier on the calendar. This year offers rides and activities in the north, north west and south of the state. Whether you have a road bike, mountain bike, a city bike with a basket or a clunker, find something that suits you and join in.

For the full calendar go here.

Events & Rides in Southern Tasmania
30 Jan-7 Feb 2016

Ride the Night Hobart

Saturday 30 February is Ride the Night, Australia’s biggest mass participation night time bike ride. Riders take to the streets of Hobart at night touring the most iconic landmarks across a 65km route. With entertainment and rest stops along the way featuring local artist, games, food trucks and light shows, this exciting event is not to be missed. Entry fees apply. More>>

Kingborough Treasure Hunt

Held on bush tracks in Peter Murrell Reserve, Huntingfield on Saturday 30 January at 2pm. A great traffic-free family-friendly event. Follow the map, look for clues as you ride the dirt tracks. Do it solo or as a team and ride as much or as little as you like as you collect the clues. Suitable for ages 8 and up (if accompanied by an adult). More>>

Women on Wheels Ride

A 20km relaxed ride for women on Sunday 7 February at 10.30am around Bellerive and the Clarence Foreshore Trail. It’s an excellent opportunity for women who haven’t ridden on the road before to give it a go in a supportive environment. Ken Self Cycles will provide a pre-ride bike check and Clarence Council is providing refreshments. Entry fees apply. More>>

Warm up ride for Women on Wheels

An easy ride for women planning to do the Women on Wheels ride (but others can come too). This is a relaxed ride along the Intercity Cycleway on Wednesday 3 February at 10am. Matt from Hobart Bike Kitchen will provide mechanical support and give your bike a tuneup if necessary so you’ll be ready for the Women on Wheels Ride. More>>

Small Century Ride

A social, friendly ride along the challenging course of the Century Ride from previous Bike Weeks. Held on Sunday 7 February at 9am and led by Peter Thurling it will be a “no drop” ride (ie the group will stick together on climbs and no one will be left behind).
The ride is limited to 25 participants. RSVP to secure your spot. More>>

Two Thirds Century Ride

This is a social, friendly ride along two thirds of the Century Ride course . This will be a supportive cruise along a scenic but challenging route. Held on Sunday 7 February at 11am it will be a “no drop” ride i.e the group will stick together on climbs and no-one will be left behind. Your ride leaders will be Greg Dutkowski and Matt Drake.
The ride is limited to 25 participants. RSVP to secure your spot. More>>

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