To get you pumped and ready for the MS Gong Ride we have had a few close friends spill their cycling secrets to help prepare you for this epic ride. Now as much as we would love to, we can’t hold your hand along the course so make sure you are prepared to make the distance and enjoy the spectacular scenery along the way. Most people can complete the ride without specific training, though a little more fitness and time on the bike before-hand can only ever be a good thing.
Keep an eye on this page as there will be lots more tips and videos to come as we get closer to the event!
Riding behaviour plays such an important part in the success and atmosphere of the MS Gong Ride.
Our friends from Cycling NSW have put together their top tips for successful ‘Bunch Riding’, that’ll have you riding like an expert in no time!
Carol Cooke is a Paralympic Gold Medallist, a World Cycling Champion, 2013 Victorian Cyclist of the Year, Order of Australia recipient, MS Sydney to the Gong Ride Ambassador – and lives with multiple sclerosis.
Carol has compiled some of her top training, nutrition and preparation tips to ensure that you get the most out of your ride.
Our friends at Park Bikes have provided some handy tips and advice to help your prepare for this year’s MS Gong Ride. With more than 100 years of combined riding experience, the team at Park Bikes wanted to share their knowledge to help you and your machine ride from Sydney to the Gong in great shape. This is a must read, particularly if it's your first time.
The New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) dietician Sally Walker has put together a Nutritional Plan specifically for you Gong riders – so take note – you may learn a thing or two along the way!