Get in early for your chance to win some of our awesome WEEKLY draws, starting Jan 2015. Main prize is an accommodation and dining package valued at over $200.
This playground is fenced, is suitable for ages down to toddlers, has toilets, seats, tables, BBQ, car parking, and is near the start/finish cycle base.
WHAT A GREAT DAY & THANKS
The riders are tired and the organisers exhausted. But the turn out was a recent record and it just seemed a great crowd having a good old day out. Our main sponsor was rapt, as was our upbeat Mayor, and our donation to the Wellness Centre is expected to be larger than the near $12,000 last year.
A big thanks to all our prize sponsors; particularly Marianne at "Helifly" for the helicopter joy ride Survey draw prize. That really got everyone filling out the survey. There should be lots of info in there to help us keep the event meeting the needs of our loyal and increasing clientele. Cheers, and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Cycle path maps on facebook (Dec 30/Jan 21)
Have some fun in the sun, rise to the challenge, and raise money for a worthy cause. RIDE OVER THE HUME DAM WALL!
Enjoy a safe ride because we look after you; on the road, at the rider reviver stops, and at the finish with the picnic atmosphere post ride free BBQ with refreshments.
Showers in adjacent toilet block, chat in the shade on the bank of the nearby Murray River. For the rest of the weekend enjoy the delights of Albury and the surroundings areas.
The Lake Hume Cycle Challenge offers four fantastic road rides (152 km Elite only, 133 km, 100 km and 40 km) through the picturesque rolling hills and valleys around Lake Hume, Albury-Wodonga.. Riders of varying level of fitness and ability can safely experience the wonderful rural scenery of the Lake Hume area then mix in a friendly picnic atmosphere on their return. All rides are escorted and have the same start/finish point at Australia Park, Albury.
The short family ride-walk around the Murray River bank is offered again. Face painting,bike education course on site for the littlies.
The Cancer Wellness Centre will house various support groups that provide information and emotional support for people affected by cancer, both patients and their carers.
Plenty of nearby accommodation on offer including special cycle deals.
Where the plains meet the mountains, the Albury- Wodonga area has lots of diversity. With a regional population of over 120,000, centred around the Murray River, there is a long list of eating and entertainment opportunities with award winning clubs, pubs, riverside walks, Lake Hume and cycle tracks.