Bondi2Berry 2022

– Saturday 19 November 2022 –

This year’s ride has sold out.

Join the waitlist and get in line for any spots that become available.


About the ride

There will be seven riding groups, with an average pace of fastest to slowest and more relaxed. Each departing from Bondi at 6:00am and total distance of the ride will be 155km (approximate elevation of 1,700m).

  • Group 1 – average pace of 30-35 km/hr
  • Group 2 – average pace of 30 km/hr
  • Group 3 – average pace of 25-30 km/hr
  • Group 4 – average pace of 25-30 km/hr
  • Group 5 – average pace of 20-25 km/hr
  • Group 6 – average pace of 20-25 km/hr
  • Group 7 – dedicated Wilson Asset Management group

Please note that the ride is an open road event, adhering to normal road rules. Each group will be riding 2 abreast as a pack, and will remain together as a riding group for the duration of the ride.

More information here.

How can you support?

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Become a Bondi2Berry volunteerregister here.

Like us on Facebook and Instagram @bondi2berry to stay connected with the ride.

Bondi2Berry Gala Dinner

– Thursday 21 April 2022 –

An Evening to Remember gala dinner – celebrating 7 years of Bondi2Berry and the contributions we have made to raising awareness and funds for a cure for dementia.


Where does our fundraising go?

Bondi2Berry fundraising goes towards research for a cure for dementia. We have funded two research projects so far, and will be announcing a third research project soon.

Research project Cage vs Age – developing an innovative nanotechnology to halt the spread of tau protein in the brain.

Research project – Preclinical development of specific tau-binding compounds to target underlying disease mechanisms for the treatment of dementia.

About the ride

Bondi2Berry is a challenging, yet beautiful ride – 155km in distance, and elevation of 1,700m.

Seven groups of 20 riders starting from the North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club, riding out of the Eastern Suburbs and travelling through parts of the Royal National Park to Wollongong, Kiama and finishing in Berry on the NSW south coast.

The ride is an open road event, adhering to normal road rules and is sanctioned by Cycling NSW. Please note that only road bikes are able to be utilised (no TT / triathlon or mountain bikes). There will be support vehicles for each of the groups, as well as first aid and bike mechanics on the course.

Thank you to our valued and committed sponsors and volunteers, as without your generous contributions this event will not be able to take place.


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