Road closures will be in place between Sydney and Wollongong on Sunday 3 November for the MS Sydney to the Gong Bike Ride (thats cycling, for those of us who only know of motorized two wheeled transportation). A large number of cyclists will be on the roads and Riders are advised to exercise caution. Road and lane closures in place include: St Peters to Dolls Point between 4am and 11.30am. Waterfall, Royal National Park and Otford between 6am and 3pm. North Wollongong between 6am and 5:30pm. Engadine and Waterfall lane one of the Princes Highway will be closed southbound between 5am and midday. Riders should expect extensive delays on the Princes Highway between Sutherland and Waterfall, between 8am and midday and allow additional travel time. The Royal National Park will be open to traffic between Farnell Avenue, Loftus and Garie Road. No access is available to motorists between Garie Road and Lawrence Hargrave Drive during the event. Lawrence Hargrave Drive will be closed to traffic southbound from Stanwell Tops to Stanwell Park between 6am and 3pm. There will be local access only. Police may restrict vehicle access along closed roads, including residents and businesses if required. A 60km/h speed restriction will be in place on the Princes Highway from 6am until midday between Sutherland and Waterfall. A 40km/h speed restriction will be in place on Lawrence Hargrave Drive from 6am until 4pm between Stanwell Tops and Thirroul. Special event clearways will be in place between St Peters and Fairy Meadow between 4am and 3pm. Please check signs before parking, as vehicles parked in special event clearways will be towed and charged a towing fee. If you are attending the MS Sydney to the Gong bike ride consider the public transport options. Plan your trip at transportnsw.info or phone 131 500.