Friday, February 28, 2014


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Get active as part of Parks Week

Research shows being active outdoors is better for you than exercising indoors. Active in Parks, sponsored by the Medibank Community Fund, is a program facilitating activities in parks and open spaces for individuals and community groups.
The program also offers support for those who may need help to get out into a park. Many of the participants have become more active in their local communities and seen significant health benefits.
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Parks Week takes place during 3rd-9th March, click here to find out more info.
Don’t forget, the annual Melbourne Food and Wine festival starts tomorrow until the 16th March. Visit the website for more info.

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Bobbin Head Cycle Classic is on again, all money raised goes to a good cause

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Another year, another chance for your club to ride ‘The Bobbo’.
The 2014 FIIG Bobbin Head Cycle Classic is on Sunday 23 March and again has routes and distances to suit all rider capabilities.
104 km ride - for experienced riders seeking to ‘crack the tonne’ - from Turramurra to Mt Colah, through Bobbin Head, Terrey Hills and West Head. Return via Akuna Bay. 7:00am start ride fee $80.
80 km ride – for experienced riders not quite ready for ‘The Big One’ – the same as the 104 km without the 24 km West Head leg.  7.00am start, ride fee $80.
57 km ride - for regular riders wanting a less onerous challenge - the same route to Mt Colah and Bobbin Head to Terrey Hills then return. 7.45am start, ride fee $60.
12 km ride - for less experienced riders - through the quiet leafy streets of Turramurra and Wahroonga and return.  8.45am start, ride fee $15.
Start & Finish:  All rides start and finish at Karuah Oval, where there'll be food, drink, music and cycle exhibitions.
Click here for full details, route maps and elevation graphs.
The authorities have strictly limited our numbers, so please tell your members so they don't miss out. They register at

King of the Mountain - who will win?
Included  this year is a 4.3 km 'King of the Mountain' time trial up the hill from Akuna Bay.  Prizes for the best individual time and the best team  (best 4 riders). Individual prize is a $1000 bicycle from Blackman Bicycles, team prize is a  $1000 restaurant voucher.

Enjoy the ride and help Lifeline's vital service
Half the funds raised goes to Lifeline to support their suicide prevention service. The rest goes to charities dedicated to the health and welfare of the young, KYDS, Eagles RAPS and BO Hospital.

Book the day, book your places
Please note the date in your club ride calendar.and ask your members to register now.

How about entering a team?
We would be delighted if your club entered a team to cycle this beautiful ride and support these very worthy causes. 

Promote your club
If you would like to promote your club to riders at the finish, please email and we will contact you to discuss.