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Cyclecover Circuit: A Rainforest Ride

The Cyclecover Circuit, a rainforest ride,  is fast approaching, on Saturday 11th December, be prepared to see large numbers of riders flock to the small seaside village of Apollo Bay, located next door to the picturesque Otway Ranges.

The ride is in its second year; Rapid Ascent launched the mass participation ride in 2009 and made it accessible for all cyclists.

Rapid Ascent has now partnered with Cyclecover for 2010; this year’s event is set to be even more successful than the last.

There are four options for those of us with different abilities, the options range from the 23km Waterfall Explorer ride and 23km Glow Worm Tour to a challenging 70km or 140km ride.

The ride isn’t just climbing and descending, there are stops along the way, including the Otway Fly for the 140km riders and the Cape Otway Light House for both the 70km and 140km riders.

The first 1000 entries into the 140km and 70km ride will receive a free jersey and Cyclecover is giving away 6 month membership to their new Rider Club.

With long and quiet roads, where the air is crisp, there is no reason not to pack up the family and friends and head away for some relaxation before Christmas gets started.  I’m looking forward to escaping the city lights for the calming effects of the rainforest and I look forward to seeing you there.

For more information on how to participate visit: www.rainforestride.com.

Edited: The event name and some details were changed and have now been amended here.

Christopher Jones
Christopher Joneshttps://www.bicycles.net.au
Christopher Jones is a recreational cyclist and runs a design agency, Signale. As the driving force behind Bicycles.net.au he has one of each 'types' of bicycles.
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