Social Rides

The Gold Coast Cycling Club is a racing club which holds racing every fortnight (Sunday) however the beauty of living on the Gold Coast is that you can usually find a group to ride with most days of the week but those riders with a race licence usually dedicate a Saturday afternoon and a Sunday morning to racing. 

Bayview Bay training group

Originally a small riding group who were close friends of Mike Stout, the training group has evolved in recent years.

DAILY RIDES:  Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat AND Sun all 5.45am for a 5.50am departure.   Wed and Thur departs at 5.30am sharp.

Distance: Monday to Friday approx 40kms.   Distance: Weekends (vary) 60km - 100km.

Meet at:  Caffeine Break Cafe 8 Bayview Street, Runaway Bay (Northern end of the Gold Coast)

Group size* 10 – 30 riders   (*size varies each day)
Most often splits into 2 speed groups.

PLEASE NOTE: These rides are not for beginners or novice riders, and experience in group riding is important.  BYO gels, spare tubes, C02 etc.

The Bayview training group is a cycling community devoted to providing safe, organised training rides which adhere to Best Practice. They emphasise maximum respect to motorists at all times and also adhere to the road rules at all times.

The rides emanate in different directions each day, always returning to the same location in front of the wonderful Caffene Break Cafe. Management of the Cafe are very supportive of the local cycling community and make all riders feel very welcome.   

Information on other group rides / social rides can be found on http://cyclelike.com/grouprides/

Responsibilities

Gold Coast Cycling Club does not take any responsibility for any mishaps of any kind that may occur to any person or persons when travelling to, from, or when participating in one of the rides listed on this section or any other section of this website unless these are being explicitly run by the Gold Coast Cycling Club. This is simply an information service and is not designed to endorse or encourage riders to visit the rides as listed on this page.

It is the riders' responsibility to be certain of the legality of any ride or area they ride in, and to take all necessary safety precautions for themselves and others. No responsibility shall be accepted by Gold Coast Cycling Club, its volunteers or associates, or by the organisers of these rides.

Please note that in participating in any of these training rides, you are taking part in a potentially dangerous activity which could lead to an accident or injury. If you participate in any of these rides you do so entirely at your own risk.

Riders are encouraged to follow all applicable road rules at all times.