We are a bicycle commuting group based on Sydney’s North Shore. We welcome new riders of all abilities - our adage is “only as fast as the slowest rider”. We abide by the rules of the road and ride rain, hail or shine (mostly shine). The group is informal. To become a member requires a modest yearly membership fee and you must have insurance. Bicycle insurance is available through a number of cycling groups such as Bicycle NSW, Cycling Australia and Bicycle Network, to mention a few. We ride to the City (and beyond) every week day across a number of routes. Our primary route meets at Gordon at 6.45am, at the corner of Park and Werona Avenues. Most routes stop for a coffee before work at a few of the cafes near Walsh Bay in the city, such as BarCycle or the Bitter & Twisted cafe.
In addition to commuting regularly, our members participate in numerous weekend rides including rides organized by members and also the major cycling events around Sydney. You can check the calendar for upcoming rides.
Ride 2 Work Day - Wed 17th October 2018
Wednesday the 17th of October is Ride2Work day. It's a great day to give riding to work a try. We will start our normal ride from Gordon at 6:45 and join the Ku-ring-gai council event just down the road at 63A Werona Avenue, Gordon. We'll then follow our usual route into the city.
If you want to ride along with us just find a rider in our distinctive jersey and let them know you'll be riding with us. Our motto is "Only as fast as the slowest rider" so you don't need to worry about your pace. We can help you get into town and give you advice on getting started commuting to work on a more regular basis. We may stop at a few of the other events into town so feel free to join along the way.
Of course, we'll be riding home after work so we can help you get back too.
MS Gong Ride Sunday 4th November 2018
Easy Riders will again be participating in the MS Gong Ride. We welcome your support of our team in this very worthy cause.
Please come along and join the commute
and soon you'll be riding to Woolongong and back!