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Not that I know of, most of my female friends get together and ride as a girls group.
I find all women get together annoying, they donâ€™t shut up
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Gaggle of girls. C'mon Apple, talking allows women to release their stresses. Hence the establishment of all these "men's sheds" around. Better out than in (as one green friendly ogre said).
Amateur oenologist and green-friendly commuter.
depends on where you are located
if in the Oatley are
Oatley have a group called WOO ( women of oatley )
they ride every sat morning around the crit there
or the dulwich hill area
DHBC have many female cyclist also not sure which days they ride tho
as The ones I know all ride in the faster groups than i
Colnago C59 for the long road
Cervelo S2 for the short road
GT Carbon Pro for the mountain
Kono Kula deluxe / slicks for the foot paths
Cannondale dually for the big stuff
if you're looking for girls to mtn bike with check out http://www.silentrevolution.com.au - it's a female mtb site providing a forum for women to get connected for rides and events.
I am new to the Australian cycling forum and I have noted that the conversation in relation to cycling groups has already been had. Given this I too am looking for a women's cycling group in the inner west of sydney. I have not been able to find one. My thought was that it would be great to start one up but I would not know where to begin given that I am a novice. I cycle to work and have done some longer solo rides on the weekends. I have no experience cycling in a bunch or leading a bunch. Is anyone in the inner west sydney ( around and near summer hill) interested in starting a cycling group just for women. Would love to hear your thoughts.
Livestrong, Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club is in your area. OK, it's not a women's club as such but we are very women friendly. We've just run a very successful 8 week introduction to the track program and some women have started racing as a result. Others just did it out of interest. It did mean lots of of us met other women who cycle. Come along to our Saturday Slowies ride - leaves at 6.30am on a Saturday from Marrickville. Details on a our website http://www.dhbc.org.au.
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