2024 Rider's Guide

Are you ready to ride? Here’s your guide!

We can't wait to see you this Sunday for the 2024 Bobbin Head Cycle Classic!

Conditions are looking mild, which is a welcome relief from those sweltering summer days we've had.

We hope you've managed to get in some training, though remember, the Bobbo is a ride, not a race, so while we take your safety seriously – and those attempting King, Queen and Team of the Mountain will be taking the climb very seriously! – for the rest of us, it's all about having a great time.

Still, there are some things you need to know about the day, and that's where our rider booklet comes in!

Packed with information about when to get to Karuah Oval in Turramurra and the different start times depending on the ride you've chosen, plus how best to get there, we've got you covered.

You won't want to miss our cut-off times, where you can find the rest stops and, of course, what to bring with you and your responsibilities as a rider. We have a great safety record, but it's always important to know what to do in the event of an accident, so please have a good read through the booklet.

And, with a special message from Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury Sydney CEO Elizabeth Lovell, you'll be inspired by what we can achieve when we work together through events like the Bobbo.

Thank you for being part of what we think is the best day out on two wheels – we can't wait to see you at the starting line on Sunday!

Come and get involved

an awesome event for some really special causes

Bobbin Head Cycle Classic is organised by the Rotary Clubs of Ku-ring-gai, St Ives, Turramurra, Wahroonga & Upper Northern Beaches.

Official Partner of the 2024 Bobbo