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Bike riders and their bikes at the silent disco stage at the Sydney Rides festival.
Photograph: Katherine Griffiths

Time Out says

Cycle around the harbour and seek out glowing installations at sundown this spring

Sydney’s two-wheeled twilight event is returning as a part of the Sydney Rides festival. Hop on your bike and explore Mrs Macquarie’s Point at this free, family-friendly bike ride.

Riders are encouraged to get glowed-up and enjoy sunset harbour views around the point, with added surprises. Last year's riders got to experience the picturesque route without any cars clogging up the roads, letting families wheel or wander through mesmerising lights and glowing installations along the 2.5km loop.

Once again, you can dance by the water at the sundown silent disco at Mrs Macquarie's Point, watch entertainers performing on the go, or dine from one of Sydney’s fabulous food trucks.

If you're without wheels you're in luck, as bike hire is available from 6-11pm.

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