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High-country Cycle Challenge  - FREE TRAINING on offer

Saturdays 18th & 25th February (Elwood & Belgrave)

The Cycling Promotion Fund is proud to offer two FREE women-only Saturday morning training sessions for those interested in participating in the High Country Cycle Challenge. The training will be run by experienced trainer, Warren Cay, from Bike Now in South Melbourne, and will be held on Saturday 18 and 25 February. The sessions will be approximately 4 hours long; the first will be in Elwood and the second in Belgrave.

This is your chance to receive free hill climbing and endurance cycle training, meet others who will be going on the ride, and make some new cycling buddies.

Please let us know ASAP if you are interested to attend the training; it would be great to receive your Expression of Interest form at the same time. For those unable to make the training and considering doing the Challenge, please don't forget to get your form in, ideally by 28 January. Don't forget, an expression of interest is simply that - you will also need to register for the ride

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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