C4P RIDES PROGRAMME
June to October 2012
Note: Non-members must contact the ride leader to RSVP.
CYCLING 4 NATIONAL PARKS
Sunday, 17 June 2012, 60 km, Grade: hilly
Start: 10 am start from Kalamunda Library
Meet in front of Kalamunda Library on Railway Parade at 10 am for a ride on roads passing Gooseberry Hill National Park, Greenmount National Park, John Forrest National Park, Mundaring Weir and Kalamunda National Park. This ride is guaranteed to give your legs (and lungs) a good work-out. For more information ring Jeremy on 9272 2127 or 0466 271 481.
INDEPENDENCE DAY RIDE
Sunday, 1 July 2012 40 km Easy Road
Start: 9:30am from Concert Hall car park
Meet at the Concert Hall at 9:30 AM for a ride around the Canning River Parklands. The ride includes a lunch stop with an American flavour along the way. Lunch at a Café Contact: Bill ph: 9384-9430 for details
Christmas in July
15 July 2012
Join us for the weekend in York to celebrate Christmas in July. There will be a few rides to work off the Christmas dinner Numbers are limited so please book a spot early. Ring Mari for details on 9384 9430.
RIDE TO QUINNS ROCK
Sunday, 29 July 2012 60 km Hilly
Start: 9:00 am from Warwick Train Station
Meet at the Warwick Train Station at 9.00 am for a longish and reasonably hard ride to Quinns Rock. We will stop for morning tea on the way back at either Mindarie or Burns Beach. We should arrive back at the Warwick Train Station around mid day. Ring John on 9447 8939 if you are interested in taking part.
A WAY LESS TRAVELLED
Sunday 12 August 2012 60 kms Grade: Easy
Start: 9:30am from the Bull Creek Train Station
Come along and explore some underutilized cycle paths and quiet roads in the south east corridor of the metropolitan area. Connecting from the Kwinana Freeway bike path through Willetton to the Roe Highway bike path, we will continue to the railway bike path at Kenwick. Further along at Gosnells we take the Tonkin Highway cycle path down to Forrestdale where we proceed further southwards on quite back roads before turning due west to Wellard and our lunch destination in Kwinana. Following lunch, head straight back to the train station for a comfortable return journey. Call or SMS Hilary for details 0405 427 246
THIRST FOR THE LAST DROP
Sunday 26 August 2012 50 km Grade: Easy
Start: 9.30am from Concert Hall car park
Proceeding from the City, the ride travels southwards along the Freeway Cycle Path until we reach the Kwinana Train Station. (Alternatively, you can elect to join the ride as we pass by the various train stations up until Kwinana. Please advise me if you intend exercising this option.) The ride will then wend its way on quiet back roads across to the coast where it follows a route along the sea shore through Rockingham and Safety Bay until we reach our lunch destination at the Last Drop Tavern, Currie St, Waikiki. Returning to Perth on the train with your bike is easy with the Warnbro Railway Station only 2.5 kms from the hotel. Call Trevor on 9345 1048 or 040 202 9608 for details.
Sunday, 9 September 2012
Starting time and place - to be advised
Depending on the climatic conditions
on the day we will ride from A to B along a route determined closer to the
If you are interested to come along ring Silvia a few days prior on 9272 2127 or 0466242971
Sunday, 23 September 2012
Ring Angela for details
Bickley Roller Coaster
Sunday, 7 October 2012 40 km, Grade: Hilly
Start: 9:30 am from Kalamunda
Meet at the car park of the Kalamunda Historic Village for a ride up and down the hills behind Kalamunda. We will have morning tea along the way at the Packing Shed and if the hills have really got you going then we could also have a reviving coffee and cake when we get back to Kalamunda. For more information contact Jeremy on 9272 2127.
A DIFFERENT CIRCUIT OF THE SWAN RIVER
Sunday 21 October 2012 40 km Grade: Flat
Start: 10.00am from Guildford Train Station
Assemble in the James Street forecourt car park of the Guildford Train Station (town side) for a different circuit of the Swan River. Firstly we’ll head back towards the City along the north side river path before crossing over to the south side via the Causeway. This southern side river path leads us back past the equestrian properties bordering Ascot to our lunch destination at the Woodbridge Tavern in Guildford. The ride concludes with an easy connect after lunch back to either East Guildford or Guildford Train Stations. Call Trevor on 9345 1048 or 040 202 9608 for details.