Cycling Hub

Did you know that Australians are buying more bicycles each year than cars? Well now you do. And as interesting as that fact sounds it doesn’t really help you when it comes to the art of looking after yourself and your bike. So come along to the Cycling Hub of the East Side Ride and learn valuable lessons on everything you need to know about cycling. From beginners to professionals this is the one stop shop for the fastest growing sport in Australia (and it’s good for you and the environment!) See below for an expanding list of everyone involved on the day…

Try2Wheels Try 2 Wheels:If you’re new to riding, or just getting started, Try2Wheels will get you pedaling with confidence! From route planning advice to buying a new bike the Try2Wheels team provide expert advice tailored to you.

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BondiBikes_HORIZONTAL_K Bondi Bikes:Bondi Bikes was established to cater for a specific demographic; those who revere beauty and design as much as they do sustainability and functionality.

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Screen shot 2013-03-15 at 10.31.06 AM Bicycle NSW: Creating a better environment for cycling. We are a member-based association and our mission is simple:To promote, advocate, and support cycling in all its forms as an environmentally sustainable and healthy form of transport, recreation and tourism through the engagement of government, industry and the community at all levels.

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Cyclette Cyclette: Born to RideWith a nod to the history of cycling, designers Emma Cotterill and Mindy McTaggart have created CYCLETTE, a bespoke range of womens clothing and accessories to be worn on and off the bike.

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Screen shot 2013-03-15 at 11.12.59 AM Sydney Bike Polo:

Bike polo is an urban sport which is similar to traditional polo, except that bikes have been swapped for a horse. Two teams of three players ride a bike on a smooth court slightly larger than a basketball court and attempt to hit a ball through a goal with a mallet. The game is fast, fun and perfect for those keen on bikes or competing without the daggy lycra and energy bars.

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BIKEast BIKEast:BIKEast is the bicycle user group (BUG) representing cyclists in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, stretching from the South Head of Sydney Harbour to La Perouse at the mouth of Botany Bay and west to the fringes of Sydney’s CBD. This area covers WoollahraWaverleyRandwick & Botany Bay Councils (postcodes 2021-2036). BIKEast is affiliated with Bicycle New South Wales, a state-wide organisation with some 10,000 members.

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Sydney Electric Bikes Sydney Electric Bikes: An SEB electric bike has a hub motor that gives you the added benefit of pedal assistance on your ride. You choose when and how to use the extra juice.
Battery powered assistance means you can go further and avoid arriving at your destination in a sweat drenched mess.

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Sydney Cycle Chic Sydney Cycle Chic:
Citizen cyclists making urban spaces liveable.

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swingtag-monkeysee bws4 Monkeysee:Purveyors of good looking and easy to wear high visibility & reflective gear monkeysee is a home-grown Australian company based in Sydney.

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Bike Wise BikeWise: BikeWise are delivering try2wheels on behalf of the City of Sydney. Experts in City Cycling.Formed in 2008 we have trained thousands of people to ride with skills & confidence in the city. Excellent training with qualified instructors. A solid curriculum that delivers real results – more skillful, better traffic strategies and more confident cyclists.Our Focus – Competent Cycling.

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BIKESydney logo BIKESydney:\BIKESydney are delivering Valet Parking on behalf of the City of Sydney. We want to live in a city…where riding a bicycle is part of everyday life…that is vibrant, healthy, productive, creative and robust…that values community, mobility, health, wellbeing social equity and sustainability…where people of all ages can make easy choices to ride a bicycle, walk and take public transport

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