This week we’ve got a number of new and exciting rides from around the globe to share with you and help keep your indoor riding exciting!
This collection takes us on a journey around the world, starting in South Africa, then to the Netherlands, Australia, England, and finally the United States.
We also welcome two new contributors, Francis Boundy from England and Joe McCargar from the USA.
You can find all these rides under NEW in the FulGaz App.
Swellendam to Bonnievale is a lovely route if you're looking for a bit of adventure. The start of this ride is a dark moody and wet day, but keep pedalling as it become a stunning blue sky!More Info
DUPLICATE RIDE? Join Chris Miller on a sunny Sydney spring afternoon for one of his 5km lockdown routes. The ride itself is rarely flat, using the many peninsulas and bays that surround Sydney harbour to find a good bit of climbing.More Info
Join Chris Miller on a sunny Sydney spring afternoon for one of his 5km lockdown routes, never straying more than 5Km from his home. Ending at the Sydney Harbour bridge, the ride is rarely flat, using the many peninsulas and bays that surround Sydney harbour to find a good bit of climbing.More Info
This is Cumbria's answer to the Sella Ronda. The ride circumnavigates the Skiddaw massif starting and finishing at the village of Hesket Newmarket in the northern fells and passing through the villages of Caldbeck, Bassenthwaite, Threlkeld, and the busy Lake District town of Keswick. Beyond Keswick the ride climbs steeply past Castlerigg Stone Circle and then sends its way back via Threlkeld and Mungrisdale. The ride also features swathes of golden daffodils.More Info
Ride starts at 60 acre park in Redmond, WA along the popular and busy Sammamish River Trail. Goes past the Marymoore Park in Redmond, then onto East Lake Sammamish Parkway , then onto the NE Inglewood hill Rd with a steep climb of around 0.5 miles. Then turning back along the same route back to 60 acres park. Total distance ~19.2 miles.More Info
Reeds Lake is small, spring-fed inland lake that is the central geographic feature of what might be called the “legacy suburb” of East Grand Rapids, Michigan. Half of this short loop is lowland marsh. The other half is forested dune high ground, featuring numerous short, steep climbs. There are also several alternate loops within the main loop. Lap times are very predictable, so riders on a schedule can fit a ride into almost any time frame.More Info
The ride starts across the street from the construction of the new Amazon HQ, goes past the Pentagon then over the Potomac River to the Jefferson Memorial. From there it goes to Hains Point, one of the most popular exercise venues in the US. A 3.2 mile loop resplendent with cherry blossom. Onto the Mall and up to the US Capitol, finishing up on the Washington Monument with a glimpse of the White House.More Info