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Women’s Bike Skill, Fun and Friendship Program

Beginner Learn to Ride program – running from April 2021 and will conclude at the end of Jun 2021

Spreading the joy of riding a bike is a passion for Mara, one of our BUG members who also is a cycling coach.

  • With the support of a Community grant from the Whittlesea council, free learn to ride sessions for complete beginners have been made available to women in the local area.

  • The emotion and incredible sense of accomplishment can be seen in the smiling faces as the participants grasp that first moment of balance on two wheels.

  • A new 4 week “Women’s Bike Skill, Fun and Friendship program” will commence on Tuesday 1st June, 2021 to further develop riding confidence on cycle paths and help create connections to existing riding groups in the community.

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Whittlesea Bicycle Users Group, serving the Whittlesea Cycling Community.

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Whittlesea BUG members organise social rides for cyclists of all skill levels. There are regular rides on Sundays, (Twilight rides during Summer) as well as occasional weekend trips. Find out more about these rides.

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Whittlesea BUG campaigns to improve cycling conditions in Whittlesea. Read more about past and present campaigns and how to get involved.

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WBUG celebrated its 10th Anniversary – Ride and BBQ

The event will took place at Norris Bank Reserve Bundoora on Sun 23 May at approx. 10 AM in the form of both a family ride & also BBQ with soft drinks and food being provided.

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving” – Albert Einstein.

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  • Starting at University Hill and picking up the Plenty River at Greensborough.

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  • Staring at University Hill and travelling along the Western Ring Rd path

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  • Start at council offices, use the new rail shared path, along Yan Yean pipe track

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  • Starting at University Hill and picking up the Plenty River at Greensborough.

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  • Staring at University Hill and travelling along the Western Ring Rd path

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  • Start at council offices, use the new rail shared path, along Yan Yean pipe track

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  • Start/Finish at University Hill. This ride follows the ring road to the Merri creek

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Snap Send Solve

Snap Send Solve is the free mobile app that allows you to easily report feedback to the relevant authorities including Council, Parks Victoria, Melbourne Water, and VicRoads. Whittlesea BUG encourages members of the BUG and the residents of the City of Whittlesea, to download the app [link to https://www.snapsendsolve.com/], and use it to report any problems they encounter while riding bikes.

We request you please keep the Whittlesea BUG informed of local issues by emailing us (our email address is listed on the Contact Us page) of any emails received.

Team App

Whittlesea BUG uses Team App to register rides and communicate with members and riders.

Download Team App and search for “Whittlesea BUG”