You are invited to join us for our third social ride. Join us: we are riding as part of Cyclo Femme on Mothers Day.
The nuts and bolts of our ride:
- Meet at the Agonis Clock Tower, 2232 Albany Highway Gosnells at 9.00am on Mothers Day, Sunday 11 May 2014. This is 200 metres from the Gosnells Train Station. Free parking near Albany Highway is available adjacent the Clock Tower (for those coming from afar).
- The leisurely ride will be mostly on quiet roads and shared paths in the foothills of Perth past paddocks and cows to reach Champion Lakes.
- We will ride around the lake (5kms) and watch the Stand Up Paddle Board Associations State Championships before heading to a cafe for coffee.
People are riding all over the world for Mothers Day to show their support for cycling and encourage more women to ride bikes more often. Make time for a ride – even if you can not ride with us. You can sign the pledge or register your own local ride.
If you can’t join us: ride with your family and friends, with your mother, or in honour of your mother. For more information check about Cyclo Femme.
As usual, an important disclaimer: This is an informal social ride and will cover 15-20km. Your safety is your own responsibility. The ride isn’t cordoned off, marked or sanctioned. All participants are required to wear helmets, follow road rules, take care, give way to pedestrians and other riders.