Time: July 20, 2014 from 8:15am to 11:30am
Location: Home Grain Bakery Aldinga to Home Grain Bakery McLaren Flat and return.
Street: Start in the car park opposite the Aldinga Hotel, Aldinga.
Website or Map: http://ridewithgps.com/routes…
Phone: To be announced
Event Type: a, fun, fundraiser, for, charity, (to, be, announced)
Organised By: Andrew Watts
Latest Activity: on Monday
Who Ate all the Pies?
A bike ride for fun and fundraising with food at the beginning, middle and end. One bakery product at every checkpoint. The first and third checkpoint is the Home Grain Bakery at Aldinga Township. The second checkpoint is the Homegrain Bakery at McLaren Flat.
Each participant is responsible for their own expenditure! There will be an entry fee of $5 which will be donated to The Mental Illness Fellowship of South Australia (MIFSA), so you can expect at least a $20 spend BEFORE A DROP OF COFFEE IS CONSUMED. If you don't want to eat three lots of food, then a 'fine' can be paid, which will be added to the fundraising total for the day.
This is an approximately 35km ride. The terrain is not pancake flat and does have some sections of small hills through the beautiful McLaren Vale region. It is suitable for those who are just starting out on group rides. The ride will suit those who ride road, mountain or hybrid bikes. You will be in the company of experienced group riders who will assist you and there will be a limited amount of on-road support available for those who can't make the distance. No one will be left behind.
Facebook event = https://www.facebook.com/events/444016525735220/
All riders participate at their own risk. The organisers accept no responsibility for damages or costs to riders, their property or third parties or their property. Any children participating ( those aged under 18 years) must be in the company of an adult who takes responsibility for them at all times during the ride and ride related events.
This ride will be held on open roads and shared paths. It is strongly advised that all participants are covered by health and ambulance insurance cover.
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