Be part of the Wanderers MS Sydney to Gong ride

Last November, a team of dedicated Western Sydney Wanderers fans embarked on the 36th MS Sydney to Gong Ride.

Last November, a team of dedicated Western Sydney Wanderers fans embarked on the 36th MS Sydney to Gong Ride.

It was the first time a team representing the Western Sydney Wanderers came together for such a ride.

This year, the team is looking for more riders to be part of the 2018 Sydney to Gong Ride on Sunday 4 November.

The ride is New South Wales’ premier cycling charity event and each year up to 10,000 riders participate in the picturesque journey, which by no means is a race but is rather one of the most sociable rides on the cycling calendar.

Riders are safely marshaled through the course to the Royal National Park, Stanwell Tops, and past stunning Illawarra scenery. The finish has a carnival atmosphere for riders to enjoy with plenty of food and drinks available.

So if you have a bike and have always wanted to do the Sydney to Gong Ride, why not ride it while wearing the Red & Black. Both novice and seasoned riders are welcome.

You will also be part of a community of passionate Wanderers supporters and riders who get together for training rides throughout the year to prepare for the event.

Western Sydney is host to hundreds of kilometres of safe cycleways including the Penrith Regatta Centre, M7 Cycleway, Fairfield City Loop, Parramatta River Run, Homebush Bay or Cooks River ‘Bay to Bay’ Trail. There are plenty of rides to suit everyone.

To register with the squad visit the Wanderers to Gong Facebook or Instagram page. You can also email cyclingwanderers@bigpond.com.