2017 – Our Cycling Year in Pictures

It’s been a wonderful year of cycling.  Cycling Geelong has run rides every week on Saturday, Sunday and Thursday as well as special rides:  Robert’s Melbourne rides, Allan’s Maryborough, Allan’s Red Rock Ride, Tina’s Moonlight rides and On Ya Bike! in Seniors Month series.  We have cycled at least 48156km on club rides (this only includes rides entered on the Cycling Geelong website).

We’ve had 5 regular dinner meetings, as well as a social gathering in February and our Christmas function in November.  Thanks to Stephanie, Geoff and Heather for organising these.

The Green Spine along Malop Street is open between Yarra and Moorabool Streets.  The new cycle-friendly crossing of the railway on Little Malop Street is also open.  Work continues on the Barwon River -Moorabool Street access trail.  Thanks to Heather and Dave for their work on the Bicycle Infrastructure Committee of CoGG and to Bike Safe Geelong for their continued advocacy across our region.

The Ted Wilson Trail and western approach along Church Street remain closed – over 10 months since the initial ‘1 month’ closure.

January

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February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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October

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On Ya Bike! rides for Seniors Month

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November

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December

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