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Wiggle have made a big move in Australia to raise it's profile in Australia with the Dec 2012 Bendigo Belter and this year launch the Super Series Morning-Ton Sportive on February 24 which is based on their successful UK cycling events.
BNA readers have the opportunity to win one of five entry tickets to this event (and can choose any of the three route lengths).
All you have to do is let us know in which region of Australia you would like to see this Super Series held in future, and why. You can answer below or on facebook (1 chance to win this 'game of skill' per person)
Total prize value: up to $275
Start Date: 15.01.2013
End Date: 22.01.2013
Prize Sponsor: Wiggle
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BNA Feature: Online Australian Cycling Marketplace Report 2013
Sydney's Hills area (Parramatta through Windsor) is a fantastic area to ride, and I'd love to see more organised "big rides" out there to support the culture. Lots of hills, lots of flats, lots of riders with more dollars than sense, just like me.
(would love to go to the ride, but I'm in SYDNEY. IN THE HILLS AREA. WINK. WINK.)
Gippsland, Victoria has some great rides, beautiful scenery and would definitely be an ideal location for this ride!
Sydney Hills - Blue Mountains area. Why? Because Sydney gets none of these.
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I think that is meant to be End Date: 22.01.2013
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+1. We get none and have some of the biggest cycling clubs/participants in Aus. The biggest issue though is road closures etc if there is an event like this.
The Hunter Valley - road closures not a major issue, premier tourism location of NSW and fantastic scenery. Plenty of accommodation for anyone attending and it is easy to reach either from Sydney via the F3 or via Newcastle airport for any out of towners. Location has both hills and flats and stunning scenery
And it has great wineries to try out whilst not riding.
What more could you want????
Sunshine Coast, lots accommodation, lots attractions, lots wide cycle verges, lots hotmix, lots hinterland, lots cyclists, lots cycle shops to promote, lots of beaches, lots great weather.
Did I say I like living here?
+1 for Hills Area Sydney
Either Gold Coast hinterland (hills & beautiful scenery)or Sunshine Coast hinterland (hills & beautiful scenery). Would be glorious!!
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