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Exploring On Bike Halswell to Prebbleton NOW 4/5: POSTPONED

Exploring On Bike Halswell to Prebbleton NOW 4/5: POSTPONED

Sorry this event has been postponed


  • Sat 4 Jun ’16, 1:00pm


Westlake Park, Westlake Drive, Halswell, Christchurch


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

This ride is now on Saturday 4 June. Same time and place.

Come along for our May ride and get some fresh air in your lungs and enjoy a ride with us from Westlake Reserve in Halswell to Prebbleton and back.

Our fantastic frockers Chris and Evan will take us to visit a muraled tunnel under the Southern Motorway. There will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy the wonderful separated cycle-walk ways and stunning views of the Port Hills. And we will also ride along the first few kilometres of the Little River Rail Trail to Prebbleton.

We will stop for refreshments at the lovely Time Cafe in Prebbleton before we return to Westlake Reserve.

Please see link above for Metroinfo journey planner, if you plan to take your bike out to the starting point by bus.

Dress theme: Whatever every day clothes you feel comfortable in.
Approximate cycle route - 25 km return: http://tinyurl.com/zf5ufa6

This ride is open for all. The ride is 25 km return and is both on separate cycle-walk ways and open public roads. Children are welcome, but need to be cyclewise and under supervision of a responsible adult. If you are new to cycling or not comfortable crossing roads, please let us know before we head off.

Please contact Connie - 021 0277 9250 if you have any queries relating to this ride.

If the weather is decidedly nasty on the day this event will be cancelled. See Facebook event page for updates on the day.

Hope to see you and any frocking friends and family you can muster for an enjoyable few hours of cycling.

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