This is the latest on the SDSR website-
I reckon it might be worth having a chat to them and seeing if they want to organise an official race as a fundraiser, i'd certainly be up for it .
In other Southern Downs/Granite Belt cycling news, my aunty just let me know about this one on facebook, a 100km charity ride from Glenlyon Dam southwest of Stanthorpe, to Storm King Dam to the east of the town. There's a 50km option as well, which I think would be popular as the elevation profiles are a bit scary!
When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments- Elizabeth West.
I'd be up for the Dam ride if anyone else is keen.
I reckon that would be a good ride. Have done most of it in the past on other occasions.
Sealed road, relatively low traffic, undulating but no really massive hills, nice scenery, a few cattle grates to contend with. etc
Not sure if i would be free to do it on the 9th of Feb.
Usual problem various other commitments on most Sundays ...
Favorite bike - whatever i am riding, as long as it has indexed shifters and inflated tyres
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