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High-country Cycle Challenge

March 4th-5th  2006

Do you like participating in challenging cycling road events on rolling hills, long straight flats as well as mountain climbs with little traffic and no stop lights? 

The organisers of the High Country Cycle Challenge are keen to attract more women to this great inaugural event and together with the Cycling Promotion Fund and support from Avanti Bicycles are keen to assist in making this a great experience for women.

We aim to put together a package with accommodation in a lodge for women only as well as catering and transport options if required. Hopefully this not only lowers the cost but also provides a great opportunity for mutual support and encouragement.

Stage 1:  The Mansfield Dash
                Saturday March 4th    9.30am           58km

Stage 2:   The Mt. Buller Challenge
                 Saturday March 4th   1.30pm          51 km

Stage 3    The High Country Hundred
                 Sunday March 5th  7am-9am        111 km

Cost of entry which includes a jersey is $158 p.p. and does not include accommodation or transport.

For details of the event please visit the website   www.highcountrycyclechallenge.com.au

If you are interested to participate in the event and are keen to join a group of other women please email, send or fax:

Cycling Promotion Fund
Email: cfund@cyclingpromotion.com
Fax:     (03) 9818 4535
Post:    P.O. Box 3052, Auburn 3123
Phone: (03) 9818 5400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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