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Monday – 7am to 6pm
Tuesday – 6am to 6pm
Wednesday – 6am to 6pm
Thursday – 6am to 7pm
Friday – 6am to 6pm
Sat – 7am to 6pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – 7am to 5pm
Riding is central to the Cycle Club experience. We are lucky in Sydney to have some of the most spectacular rides and scenery right on our doorstep. We have a number of Club Rides that leave the Cycle Club every week, with different route options so you can experience the best that Sydney has to offer.
If you would like to join any of our rides for the first time, then we recommend dropping by the Cycle Club or telephoning us to discuss further so we can be sure to place you in the correct ride/group for your safety and enjoyment.
The Provence Giants Ride (Rapha Cycling Club Ride and Cycle Club ride) - This ride will climb the equivalent elevation of Mont Ventoux (1,612m), the great mountain the riders will have raced up two days previously on Stage 12.
This ride is open to both RCC members and Cycle Club customers.
- Distance: Approximately 130km.
- Pace: 24-28kph.
- Terrain: All routes use quiet A and B roads, however there may be occasions where the group ride on busier roads especially on entering and leaving Central London.
- Availability: A pre-registered limit of eight spaces, led by Rapha Ride Leaders.
- Meet at 8.30am for a 9.00am roll out.
Join us on Fridays 5.45 am for a friendly ride out to La Perouse. This ride is led by the Rapha women and is a great step up from the Wednesday recovery ride in a supportive environment. Averaging around 28km/h, gentlemen, partners and friends are all welcome.
The Wednesday Club Rides covers between 30-40km. Due to the popularity of these rides we split the group into four bunches for safety and to cater for different abilities.
Meet at the Cycle Club from 5:45am; then roll at 6:00am sharp. As well as Cycle Club Staff we have a number of experienced ride leaders to help oversee the rides. Riders return to the Cycle Club for about 7:00-7:20 for Coffee and breakfast.
To help you decide which bunch to roll with here is a quick guide:
Lapa – This is a swift pace averaging 26-28km/h as a guide. The route usually takes a direct line down to La Perouse with a few different routes on the way back.
Recovery Lapa – As the name suggests this is a sociable-paced ride. The purpose of this ride is to move the legs and experience the beauty of the early morning. It is a steadier ride averaging around 20-23km/h as a guide. This is the ideal ride for those not used to riding in a group and/or new to road riding.
Hills & Beaches - A moderately paced ride following the Fast Hills and Beaches, it’s a no-drop ride with an average pace of 25km/h as a guide and a great step up from the Recovery Lapa.
Hills Repeats This is a fast-paced drop ride with some unexpected twists and turns. Averaging 26-30km/h as a guide.
If you are unsure of which ride to join then please speak to our Cycle Club Staff or Ride Leaders, or call us to discuss further.