SuperSprintÂ is stagingÂ the third annualÂ Degani Kinglake Ride 2010 â€“ an exciting recreational cycling challenge of either a 120km or 70km course.
Featuring Victoria’s remarkable Kinglake National Park, the course winds its way through the picturesque townships and country roads of Yan Yean, Arthurs Creek, St Andrews, Kinglake, Castella, Glenburn, Flowerdale, Kinglake West and Whittelsea.
Cyclists will also be treated with two scenic climbs – the first being the 7.2km â€˜Will Walker’ climb to the top of Kinglake National Park – 546m above sea level! The second climb kicks in near Flowerdale, drawing you closer to the peak of Kinglake West!
All participants will receive the stylish cycling jersey by Nalini (Made in Italy), the highest standard of organisation, including traffic management, medical and mechanical support, refreshment stops, on course entertainment and fantastic showbags.
PHIL LIGGETT â€“ EVENT AMBASSADOR
The Degani Kinglake Ride 2010 sees Phil Liggett as the event ambassador. Internationally renowned as the â€˜voice of cycling’, Phil Liggett, MBE, is excited to be involved “Kinglake, a challenging, yet breathtaking course â€“ one of my favourites!”
Location Start/Finish Digger Hall Reserve, Whittlesea
Melways 246 H8
Date Sunday, 12 September 2010
Format Recreational Ride – Individuals & Groups
Distance 120KM & 70KM
Registration Everything you need for the ride will be mailed out in advance so there will be no delays on event morning.
Support on course On course mobile bike mechanic, paramedics, ambulance, lead Nissan Vehicle and sag wagon
Drink stations There will be refreshment stations located at St.Andrews, Kinglake, Glenburn, Flowerdale, Kinglake West and Whittlesea
Post Event There will be entertainment and food vendors at the post event festival
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