Rides & Events Calendar
The Rides & Events Calendar caters for all members of Ladies Back On Your Bike, whether a road rider or a path rider. The rides are then listed as TYPE of rides, mentioning which group it is relevant to.
Join ‘Ladies Back on Your Bike’ for a test ride or participate in a lesson to ensure you are allocated to the most suitable riding skill group. These skill groups are differentiated by cycling skill level and fitness. Events for each group are specifically created with these levels in mind and adapted to speed and duration of the ride. Enjoy social, as well as organised bike rides around Melbourne with your cycle group. You will not only make progress with your cycling skills but meet other incredible women.
Already a capable rider and want to join our group rides?
So as to place you in a group with ladies of similar cycling standard, such that you will not be bored or intimidated, you must first complete a ‘test ride’. Read here of the groups appropriate skill group.
The ‘Test Ride’ (1hr. including a coffee stop/info chat ) = $50.
Annual membership is $95 (worked out pro rata of a financial year)
Or, not so confident?
Join in a group lesson (series of 3 x 1.5hrs) or have a private lesson(s). See here for further details: http://ladiesbackonyourbike.com.au/lessons-and-group-rides
Breeze rides (are FREE)
Arranged regularly by LBOYB and lead by Jacinta or a Ride Leader. Usually meet and start in Brighton, but may be elsewhere mainly along the Bay Trail. .
Social rides (are FREE)
Arranged by any members on ‘the list’. Send your ride to Jacinta or Lou to be uploaded to the calendar. Has varying days, times, durations as the organiser sees fit.
Melbourne Paths are $30 (if transported in the Ladies Back on Your Bike vehicle) or $20 (if no transport is provided by LBOYB)
3 – 4 hours per ride, often involves lunch, either a picnic or cafe style lunch. These are cycling on various cycle paths in and around Melbourne, to a specific venue and back, with a group of usually 4-8 women, max. 12. Meeting point varies according to cycle path/venue chosen.