Some friends who occasionally cycle ask wanted to enjoy a ride on a trail, away from cars that was scenic and on the easier end of the spectrum. I recommended to 10B Fire trail in Dharawal National Park. A mostly flat and quite ride out and back as far as you like.
I decided to ride my bike to the 2nd annual climate camp in Australia. It was held in Helensburgh, midway between Sydney and Wollongong (NSW, Australia). I had not been out for any decent ride in a while, nor had I been camping of late. I decided to ride from Campbelltown in Sydney’s south-west, enabling me to ride part way through Dharawal State Conservation Area (SCA). Being my first significant ride in some time, the unseasonable weather and predicted headwinds, I had an idea that it would be a little challenging.