Any group rides in the hills?

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Any group rides in the hills?

Postby acorn » Tue Oct 21, 2008 12:42 am

mundaring-kalamunda area.
Kalamunda cycles does a group ride is there any other groups?

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Re: Any group rides in the hills?

Postby Aushiker » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:41 am

acorn wrote:mundaring-kalamunda area.
Kalamunda cycles does a group ride is there any other groups?


Can't help on the group rides, other than suggesting you contact any other bike shops in the area.

The next forum ride may be in the hills. It was suggested and we need to set a date for November, but it may yet happen.

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Postby Matty » Tue Oct 21, 2008 4:02 pm

South Perth Rouleurs have a regular Sunday hills ride. Elite Racing Cycles also have an informal one I believe.

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Postby Redbull » Thu Oct 23, 2008 1:19 am

Hi Acorn

I think there are two rides that start in Kalamunda.

One out of Kala Cycles on Sat morning at (6.30am I think) that is a pretty serious ride that heads out to Araluen and back.

There used to be a slower ride (Hills Tri Club) that went out at 7.30am but I think this tends to be a fair weather ride so it would be coming on about now. Check with Tim and Jo at Kala Cycles for the details about these two runs.

I have heard that a group of older riders head out from the band rotunda (opposite the post office) on Saturday mornings but don't know if this is 100% correct.

Also one of the forum members idealcycles talked about a week night group ride starting from the Kala Pub once daylight savings kicks in.

If you are looking with someone to ride with I am happy to oblige. I can't do Sat mornings (Little Athletics) so a Saturday afternoon, weekday (morning or night) would be available.

Cheers

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