Upcoming rides

  • Liverpool to Panania Loop
    Date: Sunday July 9, 2017
    Time: 9:00 am
    Start: Meet at Liverpool Station

    Grade: Easy. A 35 km ride following bike paths through Lansvale, along Lake Gillawanna, Milperra and Kelso Park to Panania. Coffee stop before returning through Chipping Norton to Liverpool. Uses some roads. Unlimited car parking in Railway street on Sundays. Contact: Maree 96025293 or 0419203379 to confirm.

  • Whale Watching at Cape Solander
    Date: Sunday July 23, 2017
    Time: 9:00 am
    Start: Meet Wolli Creek Station (Brodie Spark Drive)

    Grade: Easy – Medium. A 46 km scenic ride mostly on the Bay to Bay cycle path, includes some short hills. Cafe stop at Dolls Point then on to Kurnell and Cape Solander. Bring snacks, or buy lunch at Kurnell, binoculars and windproof jacket (can be windy). Contact: Phillip Jackson 97208297 or 0434633490 call or message to confirm.

  • National Tree Day Ride to Brownes Farm Reserve
    Date: Sunday July 30, 2017
    Time: 8:30 am
    Start: Meet at Liverpool Station

    Grade: Easy. A 30 km ride using SUPs and a few minor roads to join Liverpool Council’s tree planting day. Council, with the help of volunteers, aims to plant local native trees, shrubs and ground covers to encourage native wildlife (by providing food and shelter) and to enhance the local area. Wear enclosed shoes, hat and sunscreen, and bring gardening gloves and a bike lock for peace of mind. Council will provide all tools, refreshments, and a free BBQ lunch. We have enjoyed this event in previous years. Tree planting is from 9.00am to 12 pm at the end of First Avenue, Hoxton Park. Unlimited parking in Railway Street on Sundays. Contact: Phillip Jackson 97208297 or 0434 633 490. Call to confirm.

  • Liverpool-Carnes Hill-Casula Loop
    Date: Sunday August 6, 2017
    Time: 9:00 am
    Start: Meet at Liverpool Station

    Grade: Easy. This 22 km ride is a great beginner’s ride exploring the shared user pathways (SUP) of Hoxton Park Rd, Cowpasture Rd, Camden Valley Way and Hume Hwy. Exploring the new cycleway from Throsby Park towards Glenfield Station. Then following SUP from Throsby Park to Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre & return to Liverpool via the new SUP along Speed St. Stopping at Carnes Hill and Casula Powerhouse. Unlimited car parking in Railway street on Sundays. Contact: Maree 96025293 / 0419203379 to confirm.

  • Liverpool to Rooty Hill & Return Via T/Way & M7 SUPs
    Date: Sunday August 20, 2017
    Time: 8:30 am
    Start: Meet at Liverpool Station

    Grade: Medium. This 52 km ride is a moderate pace ride. Ride through Liverpool on low traffic streets to Hoxton Pk Rd and T/Way SUP and join M7 SUP at Prestons, ride along M7 SUP to Rooty Hill for refreshments. Return on M7 SUP to Elizabeth Drive and then ride along Elizabeth Drive SUP to Liverpool. Riders can either leave or join the ride at Rooty Hill Railway Station for a shorter ride of 26 km, the easier leg of ride is from Rooty Hill to Liverpool. Unlimited car parking in Railway Street on Sundays. Contact: Phillip Jackson 97208297 or 0434633490. (Message or phone on the day to join at Rooty Hill Railway Stn approx 11:00am).

  • Sydney Olympic & Bicentennial Parks
    Date: Sunday September 3, 2017
    Time: 8:45 am
    Start: Meet at Guildford Station (Railway Tce entrance)

    Grade: Easy-Medium. Option to start from Liverpool station at 8.00 am – call Phillip to confirm. An easy 34 km ride including a 10 km loop through Sydney Olympic Park. Take in the sites of the Parramatta River and Bicentennial Park. Stop for lunch at Newington Marketplace. Return to Guildford via Rail Trail. For shorter option return via train. Contact: Phillip Jackson 9720 8297 | 0434 633 490 call or message to confirm.

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    • Hi Stephen. We have in the past but I think the ride leaders have found Sundays work for more people. I’ll ask Phillip, our rides coordinator, to contact you directly.

      • Hello Stephen. I can remember a Saturday ride to Warwick Farm Markets, but this was a long while ago. We have found that Sundays are more accessable to most of the LiveBUG crew. One of our regular riders (Paul) also rides with Western Sydney Cycle Network (WSCN) who meet at their clubhouse at the back of Fairfield Showgrounds. They hold regular Saturday rides for their keen regular riders. and they also hold a ride on the first Sunday of the Month. They have a website, google WSCN and you’ll find more about them.
        In the meantime keep in touch with our website and with any luck we may see you out on one of our Sunday rides, I hope one of our Sunday rides will tempt you.

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    • Hi Austin. Each ride has a ride leader listed with their mobile. We ask that you call or message the leader to let them know you are planning to join the ride. Then we can contact you if there are any last minute changes and we know to wait for you if you are running late for some reason. Elaena

  8. Just wondering are there any age requirements of fitness requirements. I have a mountain bike, 16 years old and on average around 12-15km/h speed. Just wondering if i am eligible for the rides

  9. Hi, just wondering if anyone is free to join these rides? I live in sutherland shire but I’m not aware if any similar groups in my area and I’d love to come along. Do i need to join or sign up?

    • Hi Nat. Yes, we welcome everyone. You don’t need to be a member to join the rides, but if you would like to join the fee is $10 a year.

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