Spring Cycle this Sunday

Published 14th October, 2013

The Spring Cycle, proudly supported by Transport for NSW, will once again bring together 10,000 people to fill the streets with bicycles.

The Spring Cycle is Sydney’s premier cycling experience and largest recreational cycling event, thanks to the support from key stakeholders including Transport for NSW, Transport Management Centre, NSW Ambulance, NSW Police, and over 500 trained volunteers.

The iconic route begins in North Sydney before travelling over the main deck of the Harbour Bridge, along the Cahill Expressway, through the Royal Botanic Gardens, into the Rocks and Pyrmont before winding its way through the picturesque suburbs of the Inner West and finishing along Olympic Boulevard in Sydney Olympic Park.

The event celebrates cycling as a healthy, environmentally sustainable transport and leisure option.

The finish sites at Pyrmont and Sydney Olympic Park provides a festival style atmosphere with music, food, exhibitors and entertainment.

To plan your trip, visit Transport Info 131500 or call 131500. For traffic information, visit Live Traffic NSW or call 132 701.

To find out more about the event, visit the Spring Cycle website.

Published 14th October, 2013