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Sunday, 6th January 2008 - Save the Date!

Amyís Ride- itís on again!  Mark your diaries for Sunday 6th January 2008 (thatís right Sunday) for another great day on (and off) the bike!  The ride will take participants around the picturesque Bellarine Peninsula over your choice of 120kms or 60kms distances.  And we havenít forgotten the kids - thereíll be a 2.5km loop in the Gardens with the chance to ride with some of Australia ís top riders as they warm up for the final stage of the Jayco Bay Classic Criterium Series. Thereíll be loads of activities post-event so why not make a day of it and bring the whole family.  Start rallying your family and friends and enter as an individual, family or team (work place team, community team, club team, etc).



Sunday 6th January 2008.  Ride starts at 8.30am


Geelong Botanical Gardens, Eastern Park, Malop Street , Geelong


120km or 60kms (on road) plus 2.5km loop for the kids (closed-circuit)

Entry fees:

$55 Individual Adult Entry   /   $30 Children under 15yrs   /   $140 Family Entry


Online entries will open 12th November 2007

This year youíll have the chance to undertake fundraising, on behalf of the Amy Gillett Foundation, and win great prizes along the way.  Full details will be available online 12th November 2007.    Mark the date and tell your friends.  The Amy Gillett Foundation hopes to see you again on Sunday, 6th January 2008.


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