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Mt Macedon 2
This Sunday the 24th February 2013 IS the second Summer Social ride for our club members.

SKCC Training Director Liz Georgeson will be the ride leader and guide on the day.

The ride will start at 10am from Gisborne (meeting/start point is the Gisborne Caltex Service station where there's plenty of parking) and will head to Woodend and then up Mt Macedon for coffee, food and some great views. The ride will then head back the same way it came which will amount to approximately 55km for the round trip.

This ride is a social ride (not a beginner's ride) open to all members (both women and men) who would like to join Liz on a social ride to enjoy the scenery, the quiet back roads to Woodend and the steady climb up Mt Macedon for replenishments and the stunning view.

Being a club ride so is only open to SKCC members.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Liz at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 0401 924267.

PLEASE note the following important details: this ride is approximately a 55km round trip (finishing back at Gisborne) involving rolling hills and a steady climb up Mt Macedon which would be comparative to the 1 in 20 of the Dandenong ranges, so if you enjoy that, do come along for a fun day out on the bike. Liz has a 'no drop' policy so be reassured you won't be left behind.

Inverloch

Fri April 19th - Sun April 21st. Click here to book online.

Discover the Strzelecki Range in the South Gippsland region while developing climbing strength, descending & dirt-road riding skills plus a total of 250km over 3 days of spectacular endurance and strength road cycling!

Entry is exclusive to St Kilda Cycling Club members only.
Payment Confirmation of $450 is essential to secure a spot - Limited to 42 Riders
Please click on the 'Check Availability' button online after reading these 4 entry prerequisites:-
* Riders MUST hold a current SKCC Membership (Cycling Australia)
* Riders MUST be similar to D Grade standard or qualify on RRR Ability Levels 6 - 9 to attend this training camp (see below)
* Prep-training and other event tips will be emailed to entrants at week 4, 3, 2, and 1 prior to the camp
* All meals, accommodation, and training ride instruction & nutritional support are provided (please let us know if you have specific dietary requirements).

You can read specifics on entry qualification using the RRR table > Ridewiser Rider Ranking Table 2013
Please make sure you have read and understood this > Ridewiser Road Camp Terms & Conditions 2013

See you in Inverloch on April 19th!
Rob Crowe - SKCC ClubPRO