cycle4life rockhampton: is an informal, mixed social cycling group. The group is very friendly and welcomes new men and women. The group goals are to be fit and to have fun!

schedule: our routine weekly schedule is shown in the table below. Other ad-hoc rides occur sometimes (eg on Public Holidays) and are socialized in the group and published on the calendar. Times change slightly for Summer and Winter, so check this site before riding or get on our mailing list.

saturday rides: are designed to suit a range of needs, with most rides including a shorter or slower option. For example, on Saturday we sometimes split the group. The intent is to arrive back to the cafe at the same time! Every Saturday we choose a different ride. We generally work this out the month before, and start with our shortest ride on the first weekend and build up to a long ride at the end of the month. The ride is usually between 40km and 60km, but sometimes longer depending on whether people are preparing for an event, or just want a challenge. All of our rides are mapped on-line on the routes page.

events: from time to time some of us challenge ourselves by participating in local, state or national cycling community events. The calendar is chosen by the group to help us all meet these fitness goals.

5:30 AM
SAMS WAREHOUSE on Gladstone RdGracemere Angle ride (1.5 hr, 25-29 kph) (with FB&F group)
 Tue  6 AMBaptist Tabernacle Carpark Norman Rd, Corner Farm St CQ Spin Sisters Training Ride (1 hr, fast as the slowest rider). Angela Road (CQ Spin Sisters event)
Wed6 AMMcDonalds Stocklands Suitable for any new rider, or riders wanting a slower and shorter training ride (1 hr, 20-25 kph). Ends at 7:00 to give people time to get to work.
Thu5:30 AMSAMS WAREHOUSE on Gladstone RdGracemere Angle ride (1.5 hr, 25-29 kph) (with FB&F group)
 Fri   5:30 AMMcDonalds Stocklands Belmont Road ride (30 km, 27-33 kph)
Sat5:30 AMGood Company Cafe, Red Hill
Every Saturday we plan a different ride (usually between 40 km & 60 km)
Sun    6 AMKalka Hotel, Lakes Creek RdFB&F group ride. Belmont Rd or Thompson's Point, sometimes a different ride (1.5 hr, 25-29 kph). Check the FB&F facebook group for details each week.

email list: to get on our list, join the google group cycle4life by sending an email to subscribeIf you are on the list you will normally get a reminder for the Saturday ride during the week before. The emails are also posted via the Google Calendar

social media: There is a facebook goup cycle4life rockhampton. Also, the @cycle4life twitter account is used as a bulletin board that publish road conditions, news etc:

the fine print: Here are some links to recommended Bicycle organisations that have insurance cover included in their membership at a very reasonable cost. 


cycle4life rockhampton list these unofficial rides for informational purposes only and are not organisers paid or non paid for of any rides listed and accept no responsibility for the ride itself or accuracy of the information provided.


cycle4life rockhampton is a casual name and not an organisation, company or legal entity in any way, The cyclists are all individuals that ride at the same time each Saturday and at other times during the week, and enjoy the company of other cyclists for a ride and a coffee. Weekly rides are proposed safe routes that can be changed at any time by whoever is present, there is no one representative or organiser of  the rides. They are legal road rides in which every rider must obey the road rules at all times.

As a group or as individuals they do not accept or take responsibility for any consequences arising from any of these social rides, whether by way of personal injury or property damage. It should not be assumed that any or all of the riders who choose to ride on these Saturday Social Rides have  public liability or personal injury insurance (if any)  or will respond in the event of injury, damage or loss. All participants in any ride, participate at their own risk and acknowledge that cycling is an inherently dangerous activity in which accidents can and do occur, and that may result in serious injury or even death. All participants should satisfy themselves that they have adequate insurance and all participants are recommended to take out Bicycle Queensland and/or Cycling Australia recreational membership for the personal injury and public liability cover it provides.

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