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Brindabella Challenge heats up with the weather

By:
Jean-François Quénet
Published:
September 23, 2005, 1:00 BST,
Updated:
April 21, 2009, 0:12 BST
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Latest Cycling News for September 23, 2005

Australia's largest multi-event cycling festival, the Brindabella Challenge, hits Canberra December...

Australia's largest multi-event cycling festival, the Brindabella Challenge, hits Canberra December 2-4. The festival features 12 events across all disciplines including road, mountain, BMX, touring and recumbent bikes. Top level competitors can vie for more than $30,000 in prize money, while recreational riders and families can choose from a range of scenic rides, kids rides and winery rides to suit all ages and fitness levels.

The event is a partnership between Australian Capital Tourism and some of Australia's leading cycling and adventure event organisers. Australian Capital Tourism's General Manager, Tourism Events, Neale Guthrie, says the challenge is designed for anyone from anywhere with any interest in participating or watching challenging or fun cycling activities.

'Families, young children and serious competitors will all find something to suit their energy and skill levels in the Brindabella Challenge', he said. 'There will be more than enough to satisfy hard core competitors as well as those who just want to join in and experience Canberra's great weather, great cycling paths and great activities.'

For more information see www.brindabellachallenge.com.au

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