An epic Sunday ride or make a weekend of it. Join us in Murwillumbah w Linda Cash, our local guide, for 1, 2 or 3 days of beautiful riding
At last, we make it to the beautiful Tweed Valley. Covid cancelled our initial attempt and, with the terrible damage this region has suffered with the floods, now is the time to head there and show our support.
Thanks to Linda Cash (aka “A Girl and her EBike”) who will be our local guide, we have a wonderful itinerary of rides in store so we can get out and really experience this wonderful part of Australia, using Murwillumbah as our base.
You can choose just to join the ‘official’ EBB Owners Club ride on Sunday or add on another day or two of riding to make a weekend of it. We will be able to offer accommodation suggestions if you plan to stay overnight(s) and we’d love you to join us at our EBB BBQ on Saturday evening.
Here is the full itinerary.
- Day 1 ride (Saturday) is a social ride with Linda: “Around Wollumbin” An all-day ride. 78km, 1498m climbing (all easy on an eBike) with approx 10kms on gravel
- EBB BBQ (Saturday evening)
- Day 2 ride (Sunday) is the official EBB Owners Club ride: “Tweed and Rouse River Wander”. A shorter all-day ride. 64km, 1059m climbing, approx 10kms on gravel
- Day 3 ride (Monday) is another social ride with Linda: “Hinterland Valley Explorer”. A half-day ride. 24km. 505m climbing.
Choose what you wish to participate in when you complete your registration form. A $50 fee per rider is also being requested which EBB will match to donate to the local flood relief.
Day 1 Ride:
78km, 1498m climbing (all easy on an eBike)with approximately 10kms of gravel
This is basically around the mountain with Wollumbin as the centre point of the ride all day.
Day 2 (EBB Owners Club ride):
64.5km, 1059m climbing (approximately 10kms dirt . Urliup Rd is one of the prettiest roads in the Tweed, following the Bilambil Creek for much of the way
Day 3: Murwillumbah/Fernvale/Richardsons Deviation/Dunbible/Murwillumbah
24.1kms, 505m elevation. A pretty relaxing ride to loosen the legs before you say goodbye to the Tweed Valley (for now)