30th year Spring Cycle is on 20th October 2013.
The event attracts riders of all ages on bikes of all shapes and sizes, providing a unique opportunity to ride over and past Sydney’s icons and landscapes.
Managed by Bicycle NSW the iconic route begins in North Sydney before travelling over the main deck of the Harbour Bridge, along the Cahill Expressway, through the Royal Botanic Gardens, into the Rocks and Pyrmont before winding its way through the picturesque suburbs of the Inner West and finishing along Olympic Boulevard in Sydney Olympic Park.
The event celebrates cycling as a healthy, environmentally sustainable transport and leisure option.
The finish sites at Pyrmont and Sydney Olympic Park provides a festival style atmosphere with music, food, exhibitors and entertainment.
Not only does the event provide a world class cycling experience it also acts to promote the Greater Sydney Regions network of cycling infrastructure and facilities.
Thanks to everyone for a great 2012 Spring Cycle!!
In its 29th year, the Spring Cycle, proudly supported by Transport for NSW was a huge success with an official total of 9129 people enjoying a great day for cycling in Sydney. The City Ride attracted a record 3000 entries with a lot of families enjoying the safe cycling conditions and experiencing some of Sydney’s iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Mrs Macquarie’s Point.