Join us on a sticky beak ride around some fascinating Hobart places. Ride Leader Greg Dutkowski has once again designed an easy riding route to take in a bunch of key historic buildings (see below). The schedule includes some fixed bookings – note: he has booked those time slots for the group. There is a limit of 15 riders for the booked tours, so do make sure you RSVP below to secure your place. First come, first served! We can adjust the schedule for other sites as we go, depending on peoples’ interests. Let Greg know if there is anything you particularly want to see. Bring a bike lock.
The ride will follow roads, footpaths and bikepaths where available, and is suitable for experienced riders. Bring a picnic lunch or visit a nearby cafe in Salamanca Place for provisions.
|9:40||Meet||Hobart Bicycle Network Office, 210 Collins Street, Hobart|
|9:50||Depart||Hobart Bicycle Network Office, 210 Collins Street, Hobart|
|10:10||Alexandra Battery||Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay|
|10:45||Battery Point Sculpture Trail||Battery Point|
|11:25||CML building rooftop||18 Elizabeth Street, Hobart|
|11:45||Treasury Bldg (Booked tour, 45 min)||21 Murray St, Hobart|
|12:30||Salamanca Arts (Booked tour, 30 min)||77 Salamanca Place, Hobart|
|13:45||Hobart Town Hall Dungeon||50 Macquarie St, Hobart|
|14:15||GPO Tower (Booked tour, 45min)||Elizabeth Street, Hobart|
|15:30||Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church||50 Warwick Street, Hobart|
|16:30||Finish Ride||Hobart Bicycle Network Office, 210 Collins Street, Hobart|
3-B-16 There will be some rolling hills, the average speed will be moderate (15-20 km/h) and the length of the initial proposed circuit is 16km. See the map of the ride
Pls RSVP below, and watch the Bicycle Network Tasmania website/FB page for updates. If you RSVP you can expect to be advised of updates. We expect to ride in most weathers. If the weather is really bad, riders can proceed on foot only for the booked tours, as the booked tours will not be cancelled.
Bicycle Network Tasmania makes every effort to ensure our organised rides are safe, however participants are advised to ensure they have insurance against accidents. The best option is to become a member of Bicycle Network. This ensures you have excellent year-round 24/7 cover against both Personal Injury and Third Party Personal/Property damage whilst riding your bike.
Address: Hobart Bicycle Network Office, 210 Collins Street, Hobart