Gisborne Rotary Club is organising a community ride through the Macedon Ranges, Hanging Rock, Daylesford and spa country on May 2nd, 2010 to raise money to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.
The ride has three route options: a challenging 131 km that takes in the full splendour of the region; 77 km for those who prefer a shorter ride; and the choice of a challenge climb up Mount Macedon or to bypass it. The flexibility of the route will enable riders to adjust their ride in-flight to suit the level of challenge desired. There will be refreshment stops along the way with a sumptuous BBQ to finish off the event. Funds raised will go towards finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and to other worthwhile community projects through the Rotary Club of Gisborne.
Challenge yourself hard, or take time out to pause for a tea, coffee or cake at one of the villages or hamlets enroute. Either way, you won’t be disappointed!
Date:2nd May 2010
Registration fee: $75.00 per rider.
Earlybird rate $65:00 before 15 March 2010
Starts: 8:00am at New Gisborne
Registration & rider kits available from 7:00am
Rider kit includes: Map, power bars, water, sun screen, first aid and BBQ meal at end of event.
Mail entries close 29 April 2010. Entries will be accepted up to 7.30am on the day
Web site: www.gisbornerotary.org.au