MS Sydney to Gong ride is on again

Join 10,000 Sydney cyclists on November 3rd

The MS Sydney to Gong ride is a classic for Sydney based cyclists. Now in its 32nd year, the Sydney to Wollongong ride is best-known for its beautiful scenery and enjoyable riding.

The Sydney to Gong is often a challenge for many participants and with a choice to ride either 90km or a shorter 58km course, there’s an option for most abilities. Either way, all riders will experience the spectacular scenery through the Royal National Park, Sea Cliff Bridge and the coast road to Wollongong.

With rider numbers limited to 10,000 – the MS Sydney to Gong aims to raise $4.5 million for people living with multiple sclerosis, a devastating neurological condition which affects more than 23,000 Australians. Riders are encouraged to commit to fundraising a minimum of $250 as the entry fee only covers the staging costs of the event.

Great scenery and a great cause, the MS Sydney to Gong will take place on the 3rd of November. For more event information or to make a donation, visit msgongride.org.au.

For those looking to take part in the event, be sure to check out our helpful fitness and 'how to' articles to ensure you and your bike are in top working order. Getting your seat height right should be your first step to increase your efficiency and reduce chance of injury.

David Rome

Editor, Australia
Having worked full-time within the cycling industry since 2006, Dave is our Australian editor based in Sydney. Riding and racing mountain, road and 'cross for over a decade, Dave's passion lies in the sport's technical aspects, and his tool collection is a true sign of that.
  • Discipline: Mountain, road and cyclocross
  • Preferred Terrain: Fast and flowing singletrack with the occasional air is the dream. Also happy chasing tarmac bends.
  • Current Bikes: Trek Fuel EX 27.5, SwiftCarbon Detritovore, Salsa Chilli Con Crosso
  • Dream Bike: Custom Independent Fabrications titanium, SRAM Etap and Enve wheels/cockpit
  • Beer of Choice: Gin & tonic
  • Location: Sydney, Australia

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