Sydney Rides will be bigger than ever, with more than 40 family friendly events celebrating bikes and urban adventure being held across the City of Sydney this Spring.
Now in its 8th year, the 2019 program runs over three months, and will include guided bike rides, workshops, Ride to Work day, a photography exhibition and a mass ride across the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore said Sydney Rides is back better than ever in 2019.
“With more activities, events and opportunities, there’s something for everyone and their bike,” the Lord Mayor said.
“Light the City will return for a one-night extrazaganza in September, and Sydney Park will transform into a massive playground for all ages for the Big Adventure in November.”
“More than 20,000 people took part last year, and the expansion of our Sydney Rides program to three months will give families more opportunities to get outside, get active together and discover our city on two wheels.”
2019 Sydney Rides program highlights include:
Light the City – 21 September
Experience the beauty of Sydney’s spectacular harbour at twilight. A night of family fun at Mrs Macquaries Chair. Bring your bike, hire a ride or take the route on foot and experience spectacular lights, illuminated trees, gourmet food trucks and entertainment. Bring your dancing shoes for the ever popular silent disco at sundown.
Free entry, bike hire available – 6pm–11pm, Mrs Macquaries Road, The Domain
Sydney Rides Photo Exhibition, Paddington Reservoir Gardens – 1–31 October
Discover Sydney’s secret subterranean park with a spectacular photographic exhibition in Paddington Reservoir Gardens. The display will highlight bike-based adventures and Sydney’s most spectacular rides.
Free – 8am–8pm daily, Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Oxford Street.
Spring Cycle – 13 October
Cross the Harbour Bridge car-free on Sydney’s biggest bike ride, the Spring Cycle. From regular riders to fitness freaks, there’s a route for all abilities – from a ride through the Rocks and Pyrmont, up to a 105km challenge all the way to Sydney Olympic Park.