Sunday Cyclists

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Sunday morning rides.  The ride courses vary from week to week and generally are along cyclist friendly routes that avoid main roads.  Suitable for road bikes and e-bikes. Depending on numbers and fitness levels, there will be one or two groups.
Distances vary, but usually around  40 to 60 km.

Rides may start from various locations, so if you are considering riding with the group please phone to check where the start location will be.

Jenny 0274 353 669 or Wim 022 173 4988,


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Ride Schedule

Ride Details
  Sunday 17 Oct,
Paengaroa Hall
Rangiuru Road
Via Cycle path, young Rd, Pah Rd, Te Puke Highway, up Rangiuru to Casurina Rd, and beond maybe, down Rangiuru to Gridley, maybe to end of Pah Rd as an extra.Trading Post for Coffee.
  Sunday 24 Oct, 9.00am,
Meet at the end of Ridge Road
Mountain Bike Ride
Ride from the start of Ridge road track to Okere Falls, lunch coffee and return.
Sunday 31 Oct, 9.00am,
Paengaroa Hall
 Te Matai Road - From Paengaroa Hall. Via Cycle path, young Rd, Pah Rd, Te Puke Highway, up Rangiuru and onto Brown Road then left onto TeMatai, then up as far up as group wants to go –  the school would be a good aim.Trading Post for Coffee.
Sunday 07 Nov, 9.00am,
Paengaroa Hall
 Rotoehue – Via Old Coach Road to Rotoehhu Road, to end of the seal and return. (plus side road options)Trading Post for Coffee.
Sunday 14 Nov, 9.00am,
Paengaroa Hall
Maketu in reverse. Via Cycle path, young Rd, Right onto Pah Rd to the end and back, left on to Young Road again, then left on to Maketu Road,  left on to Te Temu Road, right onto Kaituna Road,to the Cut, then on to Maketu Surf Club, returning little Waihi,  Arawa Ave and Wilson Road.Trading Post for Coffee.

How to get to Paengaroa, Directions from Tauranga: Take the Eastern Link toll road, at the Roundabout exit at the second exit (Rotorua). Drive 2 km and turn left into Paengaroa village. Take the first right and the hall is at the start of Old Coach Road. Allow 30mins drive time.

Information about Paengaroa.

Paengaroa Hall

 above: Paengaroa Hall


Our History

The group was started in April 2007 and is based on other successful cycle clubs like Manukau City Veterans Cycle Club and Matamata Peddlers.


Our Shirt
In December 2015, we created our cycle shirt.  The image above shows some of the group modelling the shirt on it’s first outing. Visit here to see where in the World our shirt has been spotted.

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