Riding Adventures

Kate Palethorpe
Ride Kunyani / Mt Wellington Tasmania

Ride Kunyani / Mt Wellington Tasmania

Found yourself with a free morning in Hobart? Don't miss the opportunity to tackle the infamous Kunyani (Mt Wellington) ride.  You'll need your climbing legs but the beautiful winding roads, rugged windswept alpine landscape and expansive vistas at the top are totally worth the effort! We give you the low down on all the twists and turns of this bucket list ride as well as what to wear, how to get a bike and much much more.   

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Kate Palethorpe
Adventure with Us Melbourne

Adventure with Us Melbourne

2020 was a tough year for getting out on the bike and riding as a group.  But, we're putting all that behind us in 2021 and hosting monthly rides and other activities.  Everyone is welcome, come by yourself or with some mates, smile is essential. Our rides are unsupported so you need to make sure that you bring plenty of snacks and water for the ride as well as a spare tub, pump or cylinder just in case you have any mechanical issues.  We have a no drop policy though so there will always be someone there to show you...

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Kate Palethorpe
Cycling Events to Inspire You l Inspiration for Fondobutts

Cycling Events to Inspire You l Inspiration for Fondobutts

Tell us the cycling events you're looking forward to once we break out of this COVID-19 lockdown! We're creating a list to inspire and keep you motivated and we want to hear your suggestions.

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Kate Palethorpe
Inspiring #fondobutts l Fondo cyclist Melissa Martyn

Inspiring #fondobutts l Fondo cyclist Melissa Martyn

Meet Melissa. Fondo ride regular who went from occasional commuter to mountain goat. We've love watching Melissa grow as a cyclists so we sat down and asked her to share her cycling journey with us.   When did you start cycling and what type of cycling did you begin with? I grew up cycling to get from a to b (including riding to school) but nothing more than that. When I was in my early 20s I started doing a bit of bike path riding on weekends and in 2001 I went on the Great Tasmanian bike ride. That was a huge step...

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