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we meet at Midland Train Station at 8.45 am for a 9am start. From there we make our way up the hill to Bakers Hill, where we have lunch at the pie shop. In the afternoon we pedal on to the Duke’s Inn in Northam for a well earned dinner and a bed for the night. You will have to book your own accommodation! On Sunday it’s the same way back to Midland. The distances are 85 kms on the…Find out more »
Bright skies and big horizons await this cycling adventure exploring open landscapes and the tiny country towns dotted throughout Western Australia’s eastern Wheatbelt region. Cycling along quieter, sealed rural roads, this loop tour of 550km starting and finishing in Calingiri predominately follows the designated tourist route of the Wheatbelt Way trail. Participants will have the opportunity to see open farmlands, rocky outcrops, salt lakes and wildflowers, as well as having time to visit museums, collections, historical sites and heritage trails…Find out more »
There are established trails at Queen Charlotte; Molesworth/Muster Trail; Rainbow Trail from Hanmer Springs; Golden Downs Trail; The Old Ghost Trail; Alps to Ocean (A2O); Central Otago Rail Trail & Clutha Rail Trail; Wanaka Trails + of course Queenstown MTB Trails. Most trails are Easy/ Intermediate with sections Advanced with parts of the Old Ghost Trail rated Expert. Limited numbers. Details to be confirmed - contact Noel email@example.com for more informationFind out more »
Contact Stuart: firstname.lastname@example.org A self-supported pannier tour of south-east Queensland starting in Brisbane from the Newmarket Caravan Park on 21 April 2021 and finishing 800 km later back at the same location on 8 May 2021. 2021 Qld Rail Trails From Brisbane we travel west to the Lockyer Valley then join the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail up the Great Dividing Range on easy grades to Yarraman. After a rest day in the Bunya Mountains we head down to the peanut capital…Find out more »