Calling all Lycra fans! The Johnsons MME Lake Hume Cycle Challenge is on again this Saturday, with Border riders set to hit the roads for a a great day out. Not to mention, they'll help raise money for a great cause, with all proceeds going to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund and Border Trust. In the past six years the event has raised over $100,000!
The all-ages event has something for everyone; from family-friendly runs of 2km along bike paths, right up to 118km road routes for more experienced riders.
All rides start and finish at the Wodonga Racecourse where from 10.30am, a free CHILL Zone will allow participants to rest and revive.
Attractions will include a giant inflatable waterslide, vintage bike display, face-painting, complimentary massages, food stalls, chilled drinks including slushies, sorbets, beer and wine, and entertainment from talented local musicians.
RoadSafe North East will also offer a bike education skills course for kids aged six to 13 years.
Registrations close this Friday. For further information visit lakehumecyclechallenge.com.au