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Organized rides for all levels

Because we all know the challenges of getting started

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We ride in secret spots!

Join the club & explore new places

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Cycling for all ages

Nothing but fitness with fun!

Bike orienteering

What a great  bike orienteering event yesterday at Wanilla Forest. It is a beautiful area and is looking magnificent. there were three courses and people had to find up to 30 controls. Tracks varied from good roads to overgrown 4X4 tracks.

It was great fun

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Christmas ride and lunch

About 25 of us met at the Boston Bay winery and left at 9.30am Dec 11th. Great ride once we were off the main road (only about 1km didn’t have a bike lane). Rode out to Boston Point and back. Fantastic weather and views. So nice. Back at the winery we had a “Seafood by the Sea” banquet. Really pleasant.

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Stamford Hill

Training ride for those entering the Tour-Down-Under community ride and a few others. 14 riders. People left at various times so we all got there about the same time. Worked well. About 70km.

The Lincoln National Park is such a great place to ride – quiet and little traffic.

Thanks to Carol for bun and fruit !!! (lots)

stamford-hill-ride

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1st Gran Fondo – Peninsula Pedallers

IMG_0049Our new riding event was held last Sunday in the popular holiday and fishing destination Tumby Bay, Eyre Peninsula. The event had two options the mini Gran Fondo – 30km and half Gran Fondo 60km.

Our group started riding from the front street heading to Ungarra. The event went well and it was represented by 10 PP members plus 2 Support Crew. The ride itself was dominated by the NW head wind until reach our destination with a table full of refreshments! On the way back a tail wind helped to keep the group together and a final lead out held by Greg gave the riders a good taste of the Tour de France. Overall, it was a good day and everyone enjoyed the day out!

 

IMG_0063Ungarra

Ungarra is a small agricultural based town located on the Eyre Peninsula, 30km from Tumby Bay and 80km from Port Lincoln. The name ‘Ungarra’ is derived from a nearby waterhole of the same name which is located just to the south of the township. It has a Mediterranean climate and receives on average just over 400mm of rainfall every year.

1st Half Gran Fondo Participants

Michael
Greg
Ruth
Karin
Dave
Riki
Clayton
Jess
Raff

 

On behalf of the PP committee, we thank everyone who was involved in ensuring that this event went smoothly for the members.
Thank you for your participation and riding.

 

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Coomunga / North Shields / home

Twelve of us headed out along the pines trail. Great fun in the wet. Had a nice cupper and bun at Clayton’s (thanks) and then along the dirt roads down to North Shields (fun doing speed down the hill!). Back via the Investigator trail.

About a three hour ride. Excellent

Claytons July 2016