Upcoming Rides


45 to 60+ km @ 18-22km/h average speed

Contact: Wendy Studman or Chris Thompson

Sunday 22nd April – 8.45 for 9.00am start Dickson College car park. 

Chris will lead the ride this week. We will do a loop around West Belconnen and back through Mitchell. About 50km.




60 to 80+ km @ 21-25km/h average speed

Contact: Terry or Andrew

Sunday 22nd April – 7.45 for 8.00am start car park opposite the Tuggeranong library in Cowlishaw St – Southside.

This Sunday Edwina will lead the ride from Dickson along the Barton Hwy, Nanima Rd and Murrumbateman Rd to the Meadery at Murrumbateman for coffee, returning the same way, a total distance of 85kms.




70 to 90+ km @ 23-26 km/h average speed

Contact: Dave Brumfield or Ros Harper

Sunday 22nd April – 7.45 for 8.00am start Dickson College car park.  

This Sunday’s longer ride is to Gunning.  Note that we probably won’t be back until after 2pm.

Distance 124.8 km, Elevation 1151 m




80 to 100+ km @ 27-30 km/h average speed

Contact: Leigh Furlonger or Liam Price 

Sunday 22nd April – 7.45 for 8.00am start Dickson College car park.  

Lerida Winery at Lake George 85 kms.




100+ km @ 29+ km/h average speed

Contact: Nathan Carroll or Peter Igoe-Taylor 

Sunday 28th April – 5.30am start Belconnen to Yarrangobilly Caves

This ride may be of interest and may fit with your plans with notice. Most of us will be on 29rs for this ride, I cannot say exactly how a gravel bike would go, it will be a first time for some of us on the Long Plain Rd (65ks and 700metres of climbing approx.)

The Plan is to start 5.30 a.m. can meet you along the way and ride to Yarrangobilly in the day. Water is available at the Goodradigbee river, with three litres of water this will be enough to make the 65ks from this point to Yarrongobilly caves. There is a very comfortable accommodation set up at the caves which will need to be pre-booked.

If you are interested let me know and I’ll give you more information – Peter Igoe-Taylor  0429 059 388

Ride description, map and Yarrangobilly caves area webpage FYI:




More about Sunday Wanderer rides

Sunday Wanderer rides are longer rides (45 kms to 100 kms +) on sealed roads around the Canberra region, and include a café stop at locations such as Gundaroo, Gunning, Murrumbateman, Bungendore, Queanbeyan, Tharwa and local wineries. Riders with adequate fitness and stamina for the group selected are most welcome. Groups wait for slower riders to catch up.

Starting places and times vary depending upon the group and time of year, and rides are normally finished by around lunchtime. Please check upcoming ride details at the top of this page for the latest ride information.

Terms and conditions apply.

There are currently five ride groups to choose from:

First Wanderers

Wanderers 23

Intermediate Wanderers

Fast Intermediate Wanderers

 Fast Wanderers