Great Vic Bike Ride 2019 – Day 4 | Mount Gambier – Portland (107 kilometres)

David Meego - Click for blog homepageAs mentioned on my article Great Vic Bike Ride 2019 – Where is David? He is riding the Great Ocean Road, my wife Jennifer and I are off on an adventure cycling with 5,000 other like minded people across the beautiful south coast of Australia.

Jennifer will be riding a road bike tandem as pilot along with our vision impaired friend Meredith as stoker, and I will be supporting them as domestique on my single bike.

Below is an excerpt from the ride page located here for today’s section:

Today’s ride will meander up and down hills and spin alongside the Glenelg River before passing through the charming towns of Donovans and Nelson. You will have clocked 107km by the end of the day’s riding, but can enjoy a cruisy tail end to the ride with a fairly flat finish.

Once we’re set up in Portland, there’s plenty to tick off the to-do list, including a wander down to the foreshore or a visit to the Portland Lighthouse.

Enjoy (while I suffer 107km)

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

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