Different levels of riding abilities

Bike Riding_R2-03.jpg Bike Riding_R2-04.jpg Regular cyclist Dooyeon Kim enjoys riding around the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.

Story appeared in: Review | January 8th, 2018

EXPLORE the many cycle paths around Sydney Olympic Park including three Bike Safari Circuits for different levels of riding ability and experience, and a Children's Loop in Bicentennial Park.
Discover the hidden gems around the precinct at your own pace including lookouts, bird hides, wildlife refuges, mangrove boardwalks, shipwrecks and outdoor art.
There are plenty of ways to get into cycling including:
• The Parklife Cycling Club (PLCC) is an inclusive cycling community that provides support for all cyclists, non-racing and racing, non-members and members. They hold regular skills sessions for a range of different riders, including beginners and intermediate riders. For more information visit parkbikes.com.au/parklifecc.
• The Lidcombe Auburn Cycling Club (LACC) have been hosting road and track riding since 1920 and as one of Sydney's largest cycling clubs, they provide regular training and social rides, events and races that cater for all levels of experience from junior to masters, beginners to elite. For more information visit lacc.org.au.
• The Wentworth Wobblies are an informal group which holds short, easy rides in and around Wentworth Point, Sydney Olympic Park and Rhodes on Saturdays and longer rides on Sundays. Ride details at facebook.com/wentworthpointcyclists.
• The Newington Armory Bike Hire offer a range of bikes including hybrid and comfort bikes, tandems, tagalongs, weehoos, children's bikes and road bikes as well as bikes with child carriers. For more information call 9746 1572 or visit bikehiresydneyolympicpark.com.au.

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