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Windsor Cyclists

Recreational bicycle riding group catering for cyclists in the local government areas of Windsor, Baulkham Hills and Blacktown City Council areas. We are ordinary people, at all levels of fitness, who ride a variety of bicycles for transport, recreation, exercise and fun. Our aim is to promote the safe use of bicycles, promote road safety and education and advocate better outcomes for bicyclists in our local area.

Windsor, New South Wales, 3181, Australia
st george bicycle user group

St George Bicycle Users Group

The St George Bicycle User Group (BUG) is a non-profit, incorporated, community based association promoting recreational cycling within the Local Government Areas of Rockdale, Kogarah and Hurstville The BUG is affiliated with Cycling NSW and our members are governed by the St George Bicycle User Group Constitution. Our objective is to • foster and encourage non-competitive cycling as a sport, recreation and means of transport • to organise and participate in events involving cycling • to promote and advocate cycling at all levels of government as a sport, recreation and means of transport • to promote and support healthy and […]

Hurstville, New South Wales, 2220, Australia
new england bicycle users group

New England Bicycle Users Group NEBUG

The New England Bicycle Users Group is a social bicycle club offering both new and experienced riders the opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of cycling in the Armidale district. Each Sunday we ride as a group on one of the many quiet back roads in the area. The ride is easy paced to suit the slowest rider, no one is left behind to ride alone. We alternate between a short ride around Armidale township, and longer rides over a variety of roads. The emphasis is on enjoyment, we don’t push to maintain a fast pace or cover a large distance, […]

244 Beardy Street, Armidale, New South Wales, 2350, Australia
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Eurobodalla Bicycle Users Group

Eurobodalla BUG – the Eurobodalla Bicycle Users Group incorporating the Narooma BUG Join us for great bike rides, good company and make new friends. We are not into racing, we are cyclists going out together on friendly social rides. Including bike rides around Batemans Bay, Moruya, Tuross, Narooma, Bodalla, Tilba and Bermagui.

Narooma, New South Wales, 2546, Australia

Nambucca Bicycle Users Group NAMBUG

Nambucca Bicycle Users Group NAMBUG may have ceased operation, there is no current contact or website.

Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, 2448, Australia

Manly Mosman Bicycle User Group ManmosBUG

Manly, New South Wales, 2095, Australia
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Sydney Spokes GAYBUG

Sydney Spokes is the home of gay and lesbian cycling in Sydney. You can join the ride with Sydney Spokes whatever your level of fitness or riding experience. We have rides and events to interest everyone: • rides graded easy, medium and hard • Coffee rides • rides to take you exploring beautiful parts of Sydney • tough training rides • gay heartland tour rides • rides at places in outer Sydney and beyond like Windsor, Central Coast, Illawarra & Blue Mts • overnight stay country rides • Mardi Gras Parade and Fair Day participation • social events • Off – road mountain bike rides You might be a novice, […]

P.O. Box 912, Glebe, New South Wales, 2037, Australia
Coffs habour bicycle user group

Coffs Habour BUG CHBUG

Coffs Harbour BUG is affiliated with Bicycle NSW which is the main organisation acting for bicycle users in NSW The aims of the Coffs Harbour BUG are to promote the use of bicycles in our community, advocate for better outcomes for cyclists (particularly for the Coffs Harbour area) and to promote all aspects of safe riding. Over time the club has developed a philosophy of having people feel that to be involved in any way with Coffs Harbour BUG is to be part of a family. We endeavour to offer support when needed and periodically we meet together for a […]

Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2540, Australia
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Canada Bay Bicycle User Group BAYBUG

BayBUG was formed in 2001 to promote the use of bicycles for transport and recreation, as a means to improve quality of life and protect the environment. BayBUG is affiliated with Bicycle New South Wales and work with them and other Bicycle User Groups (BUGs) to improve cycling conditions. Communication occurs with local councils, the RMS and other bodies that provide for cyclists. Regular weekend rides are conducted (departing from Concord West, Concord & FiveDock) catering for various levels, with a duration of 1-3 hours. Longer rides are usually run once a month on the last Sunday of the month.

Canada Bay, New South Wales, 2046, Australia

Burwood-Strathfield Bicycle User Group BurstBUG

The Burwood-Strathfield Bicycle User Group, also known as BurstBUG is no longer in operation.

PO Box 255, Burwood, New South Wales, 2805, Australia