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WHERE TO RIDE WEST AND NORTH VICTORIA

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Western Victoria provides a varied and fabulous environment for cyclists and this features a guide to over 75 routes.

 

WHERE TO RIDE WEST AND NORTH VICTORIA

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Where to Ride Western Victoria

Craig Marshall and Sandra Lawrie, Authors of Where to Ride Western Victoria, have poured hundreds of hours into making it the regions* definitive cycling guide.

Western Victoria provides a varied and fabulous environment for cyclists, from excellent beaches to spectacular mountains, from interesting towns to remote forests, and from easy to challenging riding. Featuring 75 great rides, including 25 kids* rides, giving the youngest cyclists a chance to develop their skills in safe surroundings.

The book aims to introduce some of the many bike trails in and around the Grampians, Horsham, Murray River, Ballarat, the Central Highlands, Bendigo, Central Victoria, the Shipwreck and Surf Coasts, Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula. The rides range from short rides, suitable for beginners or younger riders, to mountain bikes rides and longer bike trails that demand a reasonable degree of fitness and skill. Each of the rides described are rated to give a guide as to what to expect. There is also a location map and directions to help navigate you through the ride.

Compiling this guide to recreational rides in Western Victoria has been a thoroughly engaging experience for us. It*s not just the revisiting of rides we have done in the past or finding new rides that we think will be appealing. What we have come to realize is that this part of Australia has some truly wonderful places to ride a bike. The other thing that that we have found, which really shouldn*t come as a surprise, is that plenty of other people think that to.

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