25km Recreational Ride

Entry fee $30 (Under 18 $15)

Starts at 9.30am

* E-bikes are welcome to participate in this ride.

This ride is is a scenic relaxing ride suitable for all those who can comfortably ride a hybrid, e-bike or similar.

The ride starts at Royal Park and heads North towards Seaport crossing the North Esk at the new Seaport Bridge to travel via River Bend Park out to Invermay and through the Heritage Forest, past the race course and the back of Mowbray Golf Club, onto Alanvale and Newnham then returning along the East Tamar to Invermay and back to Royal Park. 

This is a guided ride by the Tamar Bike Users Group (TBUG).

Teams Challenge

Gather your team! The team challenge is for cumulative team kilometres from any of the main rides. Individuals registering in a team go in the running for prizes too! Suitable for sporting groups, corporate teams or friends and family.

  1. The 25km Recreational Ride will be conducted by Tamar Bicycle Users Group, (TBUG). As the route is slightly complex and includes a mixture of off road trails  and  public streets, participants are asked to stay behind the TBUG leader as there will be no signage to indicate the route. TBUG riders will be available  to assist participants during the ride.
  2. The ride starts at Royal Park and heads North towards Seaport crossing the North Esk at the new Seaport Bridge to travel via River Bend Park out to Invermay and through the Heritage Forest, past the race course and the back of Mowbray Golf Club, onto Alanvale and Newnham then returning along the East Tamar to Invermay and back to Royal Park.  The route will be scenic, relaxing and suitable for all those who can comfortably ride a hybrid, e-bike or similar.

Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge

Featuring Sally's Ride

Sunday 29th November 2020

Be part of this Cycling Challenge and raise funds for local projects working on improving the mental health of the Tasmanian community.