The Sydney Muslim Cyclists (SMC) have a firm commitment toward raising funds for those in clear need of assistance. In January 2018, the SMC were instrumental in raising $40,000 for the Tumut Hospital via the Tumut Cycle Classic bike ride. Their history with the rural community dates back a number of years, and the current plight of farmers is an important call to action for them.

Following the successful ride organised by Sydney Muslim Cyclists to help Human Appal Australia raise funds for our Australian farmers at the end of 2018. Sydney Muslim Cyclists in conjunction with Human Appeal Australia will be cycling to help support the victims of the unfortunate Christchurch massacre. The ride will take place on the 7th April 2019.

  • There will be 3 rides on the day and all rides will start and finish at Punchbowl Mosque.
  • Departure is 6am sharp and cyclists are encourage to attend 20min early for preparations.
  • The advanced ride will take in the beautiful scenery and hills of Alfords Point and Bangor Bypass before it makes its way to Brighton. This ride is for experienced cyclists only and the average speed will be approximately 27-30km/h. Total distance is approximately 56km.
  • The intermediate group will cycle up King Georges Road over Tom Uglys bridge and then making its way over Taren Point/Captain Cook Bridge before making their way to Brighton. Average speed will be approximately 23-26km/h. This ride is not suitable for beginners. Total distance is approximately 50km.
  • The beginners ride will take the Cooks River Cycleway to Brighton and back as it’s a gentle track with minimal hills and 85% of this ride is off the road. Average speed will be approximately 16-19km/h and the total distance will approximately be 38km.
  • As there will be cycling on the roads, it is best to leave children under 16 years of age at home for their safety.


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