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brawlo wrote:Take your kids over to the track and get them pedalling the whole way around on their own bikes.
There's a race category called junior road bikes that they can race in on their own bikes. I started my oldest daughter over there this last season. There are some junior track bikes hovering around the club amongst members but it depends on the size of your kids and availability of bikes. My girl doesn't have the legs just yet. The club purchased some junior bikes last year after a bit of an influx of new kids, so if you can get onto one of those there's no outlay initially for a bike at least.
If you speak to Graeme whose phone no. is on the club site he will fill you in.
Pax wrote:Jealous Qlder
Hey cheers for that, I take it you are talking about the Goulburn track. I didnt realise they had a few junior bikes you might be able to use. I took the kids to watch a 2 day event there once, they were interested. I was probably more interested. But will need to off load their road bikes first anyway.
aroes wrote:Long shot, but anyone know of anything like this going on in Melbourne?
All I've been able to think about lately is riding track, but don't know the first thing about it. A 'try track' day would be perfect
In the meantime, gotta get my research on
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