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Riders briefing at 6.55am then ride starts at 7am sharp from the rear of Turramurra Cyclery.
There are 2 groups: Numbers Depending
A – average speed >33kmph
B – average speed 28-30kmph
- Both groups roll out together from the bike shop to Pie in the Sky at a moderate pace.
- The B group ridemaster stays at the rear of the Peloton to make sure everyone stays in the peloton.
- This is a great opportunity for everyone to meet someone new in a different group.
- It is also a great way to learn from the A group on how a Peloton should work.
- The Peloton is split into a A and B groups whilst regrouping at the top of the Mt White climb.
- A good brew is an important part of our Peloton culture and is at Bar Stelvio at the finish of the ride.
Choose your group wisely...
The A group waits only for the last person to get to the top of the climbs then they are off again, in other words no time for a coffee!
The B group is a tempo ride that will wait at the top of the climbs and allow the last person to get their breath back before continuing on again.
So for the A group you need to be fit and be prepared to go fast! The B group is a little more forgiving and gives you a break! Enjoy
What to Bring
Bring a spare tube and pump. Also you can bring some food and water, just in case you run out of steam, and that's not pleasant!
If you are driving, please park under the shopping Centre.
If it's raining make your own call. Most riders don't come but it's not officially cancelled. Have a coffee in Bar Stelvio instead!
If you are not a member of Peloton Sports (or other Cycling Australia affiliated club) and would like to participate in this ride then you will need to join our club. Joining the club can be done at Turramurra Cyclery. The cost will vary depending on if you get a racing licence (or not) and also your age. Cycling is a dangerous sport and can result in serious injury or even death, if you don’t currently have a Cycling Australia licence you are uninsured and you are riding at your OWN RISK, and will be responsible for your own losses and any damage that you might cause.