Last Updated: 3rd September 2018
The regular Sunday ride is the original social ride conducted by BWW. We go for about two hours and finish at a cafe for coffee, cake and conversation.
The ride generally leaves from the Wagga Beach at 1:00PM. When Daylight Savings begins
the ride start moves to 9:00AM. To try to avoid the heat during the summer months of
December, January, and February the ride starts at 8:00AM. The start time reverts to
9:00AM in March until the conclusion of Daylight Savings.
If in doubt of the starting time please contact Emilie Graham on 0409 317 395 to confirm
the starting time.
There are several fixed events during the year which mean that the Sunday Ride isnít run. These are:
Last Sunday in August - End of Winter Ride
Sunday of the October Long Weekend - Gears and Beers Rides
Second Sunday of October - Canola Canter
Please be there a few minutes earlier than the nominated time so that youíre there to hear the Ride Leaderís briefing so that you know where to go on the ride and where to go afterwards.
The Coffee Grinds is a ride of between 30 to 40 kilometres, although some people have been further, on a Wednesday morning. This ride generally starts at 9:00AM from the Kooringal Tennis Club which is located in Henwood Park just off Lake Albert Road in The Boulevarde. During the summer months, December, January, and February the ride starts at 8:00AM. The ride generally takes about 2 hours. It finishes at the Kooringal Mall for morning tea.
The Fat Tyred Ride
The Fat Tyred Ride is a ride that requires a bike with fat tyres. Held mainly on tracks and cycleways there is little interaction with traffic however some of the terrain requires that you use a bike with fat tyres. A mountain bike is ideal however a hybrid or touring bike with fat tyres would do the job but itís definitely not a ride to take a road bike on.
The ride is held on the first Sunday of each month.
The ride leaves from the Wagga Beach at the same time as the Regular Sunday Ride. Call David Neil on 0419 211 137 to confirm the departure time. Be there a bit earlier to ensure
you are ready to roll at the nominated time.
The Long Ride
The Long Ride is a road ride of about 100km. There are a number of loop rides available so
itís a good way to get out and about the local area. This ride is generally held on the second
Sunday of the month.
The starting venue and time varies from month to month. Call Ray Loiterton on 0429 402 240 for information about this ride.