Welcome to the website of Bicycle Wagga Wagga Inc.

Bicycle Wagga Wagga Inc. (BWW) is a Bicycle User Group (BUG). We are a not for profit group incorporated in NSW. Our purpose is to organise bicycle rides.

The objects of Bicycle Wagga Wagga Inc. are to:

  • promote the enjoyment of cycling for health, friendship, recreation and transport in the community,
  • promote recognition of cyclists’ needs, rights and responsibilities,
  • promote cycling safety through the education of all road users,
  • promote improvement of cycling facilities,
  • increase the number of cyclists,
  • develop a strong, vibrant organisation.

At this site, you will discover useful information about our group that we hope makes it easy for you to find out what we do, what we are going to do and what we’ve done. Hopefully you will want to participate too.

Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about us or our activities, and want to contact us, call BWW’s President, David Ham, on 0428 289 562 or you could e-mail us.

Wagga Rail Trail

      What: Wagga Rail Trail is a group that has been formed to demonstrate that
                 there is wide spread support for a Rail Trail from Wagga Wagga to
                 Ladysmith. You are invited to join the group to show your support.
      More Information: See the
      website or send them an email.

The Fat Tyred Ride

      What: The monthly off-road ride where a MTB bike is great but any bike
                 with fatter tyres is the go. It’s not a ride for a road bike but
                 hybrids, tourers and of course MTBs will handle the tracks and
                 trails around Wagga Wagga.
      When: Sunday 6th November 2016 at 9:00 AM.
      Where: Wagga Beach, Johnston Street, Wagga Wagga.
      Contact: David Neil on 0419 211 137.

The Long Ride

      What: This is an opportunity for those that want to ride about 100km to
                 get out and about with like-minded individuals rather than going
                 on their own. A suitable place for refueling along the way is
                 chosen to ensure that the social aspect isn’t forgotten.
      When: Sunday 13th November 2016.
      Contact: Ray Loiterton on 0429 402 240 for details of rendezvous and time.

The End of Year Rides

      What: The annual weekend away enjoying some social and riding
                 activities. See the
      flyer for details and the accommodation details.
      When: 25th, 26th and 27th November 2016.
      Where: Lake Hume Resort, near Albury.
      Contact: David Ham on 0428 289 562.

Thanks for visiting.