Day 1 - Friday
21ST OF SEPTEMBER
Kids and Cobwebs
All kids invited! A gentle 6km ride in convoy around the town for the kids. It all starts at the Primary School gates.
Please note, there will be a $5 entry fee if you're not pre-registered for the weekend!
Day 2 - Saturday
22ND OF SEPTEMBER
Saturday morning has the traditional easy ride around Fosterton Loop with free refreshments (muffins!) half way at the Fosterton Bridge.
Newcastle to Dungog Bikers arrive
The Scones, Jam and Cream Flambe Ride
We pedal off in a Northerly direction out of Dungog over the railway and Williams River Just over the bridge we turn right toward Alison. This section has good views across the Williams River to Dungog. On the way to Thalaba Church to dismount and partake of the refeshments which include (what a surprise!) scones, jam and cream.
The town is set to erupt when cyclists take to the streets in the heart of Dungog. Riders will race multiple Laps of the Dungog CBD as spectators cheer them on for each enduring lap.
Carb Dinner and Live Music from The Grasscutters
6:00pm - 9:00pm
The carb dinner is the place to be! Open from 6.00pm – 9.00pm Saturday Night at the Dungog Show ground. With soft drinks on sale and live music from The Grasscutters the scene is set for a fantastic night!
Day 3 - Sunday
23RD OF SEPTEMBER
Dungog Rotary Club breakfast at the Show Grounds
7:30am - 9:30am
Bingleburra Challenge (Full Length)
A new event for 2018! For only the serious road bike riders. This ride will take you over Bingleburra Mountain to Gresford and return. This is a 50km ride with a climb to 380m in 6.5km on the way over to Gresford and a climb to 380m in 3.5km on the way back.
Bingleburra Challenge (Half Length)
A more tame (but not to be underestimated) variation of the Bingleburra Sportif. This ride will feature the same 380m climb to the top of the mountain only you return after reaching the top.
Morning Tea at the Brandon Grove Hall
Be a part of the new ride to the Bandon Grove hall for a traditional country morning tea and return to the Show ground for lunch.
Dungog Common Mountain Bike Ride
Explore the heritage of the Dungog area on your bike! As an early settlement in the upper Williams Valley, Dungog has many historic houses and sites of interest around the town.
NOTE: Riders under 14yrs of age MUST be accompanied by a cycling adult on all rides
Subject to change without notice
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