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Kew Boulevard open to women cyclists this Sunday

Cycling Promotion Fund and Bicycling Victoria Team Up

Women's Tent will be in place for refreshments

 

Following the successful breakfast that launched www.womenscycling.com.au, (click here to see the WCN report) the Cycling Promotion Fund and Bicycle Victoria are organising a number of women's cycling events in 2006. The first will be this Sunday at the Yarra Boulevard in Kew. Bicycle Victoria have organised to close the road to cars to allow bicycles unfettered access.

We will have a Women's Tent for you to enjoy a free muffin and juice, find out about the website, and meet women from a range of cycling organisations, including some of the Spokes Girls who rode up Mt Buller on Saturday.

So this Sunday, get on your bike, go for a ride along the Boulevard with your friends and then take some time out at the Women's Tent. It will be an informal  occasion this time.

All cyclists, male or female, are eligible for a free coffee and there will be a bidon borough for refilling water bottles. There will also be refreshments for sale, and those entering the time trial go into the draw for a free Giant bike.

 

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