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Gorges Pie

September 15, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 1:00 pm

Starting at Hornsby station we will head to Hornsby Heights then down the hairpins of Galston Gorge. From here we climb up and out to the rolling rural landscape of Arcadia and Berilee before an enjoyable descent to Berowra Waters. A ferry ride awaits and then a long gradual climb back to the highway where we turn left and onto Pie in the Sky for morning tea.

After refuelling we head back along the highway to the Bobbo turnoff and enjoy another descent into Bobbin Head. The last climb of the day is the longest but the gradient is kind, and then it’s an easy spin back to Turramurra. We will stop and regroup at top of the three major climbs. Options to do only two gorges and cut it short, ending back at Hornsby. Depending on the group we may also ride back to Milsons Point or Eastwood for a century ride. Remember to bring snacks and spares and two bottles.

Hard ride / 1000 m+ climbing / road bikes only


September 15, 2019
7:00 am - 1:00 pm


Sydney Spokes Inc.


Ride Distance
82 km
Riding Environment
Event Contact Information
Ride Leader: Tracy contact details on RSVP submission, PLEASE SAVE OR SCREENSHOT