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Car Free Kew

Boulevard closed to motorised traffic 6am to 12 noon

"Sunday Circuit" adopted in Melbourne

Ever wanted to ride on the road but worried about the traffic? Following the success of car-free "Sunday circuits" in some of the world's other great cycling cities, Melbourne's bike riders will have exclusive use of Kew Boulevard this Sunday, 12 February.

From 6am to midday, the Boulevard will be closed to all motorised traffic, providing an ideal opportunity for cyclists to have a hit-out on one of Victoria's most popular bike riding routes.

All are welcome to this free event. Portfolio Partners have generously offered to provide complimentary coffee to all riders on the day - the coffee cart will be located near the Chandler Highway end of the Boulevard, alongside our event information team, so make sure you drop in!

It would be great to see as many riders as possible taking up this opportunity, so please spread the word to friends, family and colleagues - with enough support, the Sunday circuits may take off on a regular basis throughout Victoria!

Details : 

Location: Yarra Boulevard, Kew (Mel Ref 44.J2)
Date:        Sunday 12 February 2006
Time:       Road closures in effect from 6am to midday
Parking:   There is limited parking available around Kew Boulevard. We strongly encourage you to either ride or park and ride.



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