This Sunday 24th September we will be returning to an old favourite of the clubs, the Kinglake Canter ride through the Kinglake National Park. It’s a lovely ride through native woodlands along a combination of forest track, fire trails and some stunning single track. We have not been through this area since the fires last year and it will be interesting to see how the area has recovered.
|Location||Kinglake National Park|
|Date||Sunday, 24th September 2006|
|Meeting place||Melway ref map 510 Q11. Take Westbridge Rd off the Melba Highway, follow this road for 3 kms to the intersection of Eucalyptus and Captain Creek roads (page 25 of the first edition of the Off Road Cycling Adventures give full information)|
|Ride start time||11:00am|
|Surface||Forest roads, fire trials and single track|
|Suited to||Mountain Bikes|
||moderate (there are a couple of hills involved)
What to bring
Check the weather forecast and dress comfortably. Bring waterproof jacket, plenty of drinks/water, snacks, sunscreen. Bring money to purchase lunch, or bring your own if you prefer. Bring a spare inner tube, pump and puncture kit.
Helmets must be worn on all rides.
Please call Kevin on Saturday 23rd September between 4 and 6 pm for further info and to confirm your attendance. If no answer, leave your name and phone number with message in case you need to be contacted.
Phone: 9999 9999, or mobile 0444 444 444.
It’s a good idea to phone ride leaders for confirmation in case the ride has been cancelled for some reason.