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Seymour LifeCycle 2011 is being organised to raise much-needed funds for Seymour District Memorial Hospital.

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The event will coincide with the Mitchell Bicycle Carnival at King’s Park, an event that celebrates all facets of cycling in Mitchell shire. There will be a wide range of exciting events including the chance to try a bike and lots of activities throughout the day.

About the Event

The Seymour LifeCycle event gives riders the opportunity to return to Seymour (an overnight stop on the 2010 Great Victorian Bike Ride) and explore the district more closely. The event will start and end at King’s Park in Seymour, with a choice of three routes designed to suit a range of rider abilities and fitness levels.

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The 40km Family Cycle

The out-and-back 40km Family Cycle will give families the opportunity to ride along some of the flatter roads in the region as they head towards Avenel. As the aim of this ride is to show would-be cyclists that it doesn’t have to be difficult, there is no pressure to complete the entire 40km route, but there will be checkpoints along the way at which cyclists will receive a stamp to indicate how far they have ridden.

MBUG and local cycling volunteers will be on-hand to provide encouragement and assistance to the riders and prizes and certificates will be presented according to the distance covered by the riders. There is an option to turn this ride into a 50km loop (past Mangalore Airport) to give fitter riders an opportunity to ride a longer distance and rejoin their family at a later point in the ride.

Click here to view the 40km course

The 60km and 110km Challenge Cycles

The 60km and 110km ride options are more challenging and will give the riders an opportunity to explore parts of the Mitchell Shire normally only seen by local riders. From Seymour, the route heads out towards Puckapunyal, turning towards Pyalong. At Glenaroua, the route turns back towards Broadford, where the 60km riders will turn back to Seymour.

Click here to view the 60km course

The 110km riders will head up to Kilmore, and then loop back to Broadford via Wandong, passing through the region where the 2009 bushfires started. From Broadford, it’s up Zwar’s Hill and down to Seymour, with the climb at Sugarloaf Creek providing the last challenge of the day.

Click here to view the 110km course

Registration & Costs

To register for the rides, please click here to visit the online booking form. The cost for registration is as follows, with all proceeds going to Seymour District Memorial Hospital.

$40 – 40km Ride – Departing at 9:00am
$60 – 60km Ride – Departing at 8:30am
$80 – 110km Ride – Departing at 8:00am

 

More Information

For more information on the event, please contact:

Greg Jones – Mitchell Bicycle Users Group
Phone: (0407) 881 207
Email: info@mbug.org.au

 

Update: The Ride Guide is now available

 

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