The roadways, traffic and cityscape of Sydney would be almost unrecognisable from 36 years ago but the Spring Cycle has kept up the pace. This iconic event is on again, stronger than ever, in a renaissance of Sydney cycling.
Spring Cycle takes over on Sunday, 13 October 2019, bringing over 9,000 cyclists onto the usually busy streets. Allowing riders the rare opportunity to ride along the main road of the Sydney Harbour Bridge – closed to cars on this particular Sunday – this year’s Spring Cycle has a route option to suite all with 10km, 18km, 50km, and 105km distances on offer.
The best of Sydney cycling
Aiming to get everyone riding, the Spring Cycle raises funds for Freedom Wheels, which builds custom bikes for children requiring wheelchairs. One of the best ways to ensure cycling gets a fair go in the future is to ensure more kids jump on bikes as early as possible and so children riding as passengers get a free entry for Spring Cycle. For those old enough to power their own two-wheeled machines, the entry is a mere $7.50 for any distance.
Pedal your way through the streets and join the Sydney cycling community at it’s biggest event yet.
Sunday, 13 October 2019
Standard entry fees
10km City Ride: $50
18km Ride: $60
50km Classic Ride: $85
105km Challenge Ride: $105
Children 8yrs-15yrs: $7.50
Save up to $19 for Bicycle NSW members.
Enter before 14 August, 2019 with an Early Bird entry, save up to $20 and receive free postage of your rider pack.