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Seymour - Murchison - Euroa loop (160km, +687m)
* The chance of rain on Sunday now seems less than earlier forecast. Check the BOM detailed forecast for Seymour:[masked] Ride: We ride from Seymour via quiet sealed backroads to Nagambie and Murchison then east to Euroa and back to Seymour via Avenel. I have put 5pm as the finish time but it should be well before then. Distance: 160km Speed: ~30 kmh (typical speed on flat ground). Suits faster riders. Route Map, Profile and GPX file: Getting there: Southern Cross 07:05 Albury train arrives 08:24 and cycle 2km to the info centre (toilets nearby) or drive 115 km from Melbourne via Hume Fwy. I'll be driving. Note that we are not meeting at the station this time. Bike to bring: Road bikes only Please check your bike before the day and especially the tyres. Fit and use a bright flashing tail-light, thanks. Bring: Water, raincoat, sunscreen, snacks & energy bars, spare tube, tools, cash for lunch (or bring it), emergency money (eg taxi maxicab), your phone with my number. Contact: Neil Griffiths[masked] *Photos: Kirwan's Bridge (2015): Goulburn River near Seymour (Dec '05): Euroa Avenel Rd (Google image) "All riders are riding at their own risk and Melbourne Cycling does not take any responsibility for any injuries or accidents you may have on any of our rides"

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Seymour Visitor Information Centre

9 High St · Seymour


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MELBOURNE CYCLING is a meetup cycling group that organise bike rides several times a week around Melbourne and beyond. There are events along metropolitan roads as well as bike paths and we travel even further out of town for country road-rides, rail trails and weekends away.

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Rides vary in speed, fitness level and distance so there will be something for most and ride speeds will usually be posted on each ride description where applicable. Beginners / novices will find the slower and shorter rides more suitable and more advanced riders can find longer and hilly rides to go harder / longer / faster, etc. Between all our ride leaders (Event Hosts) there are usually enough rides posted for each weekend to suit everyone.

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