Great Vic Bike Ride 2019 – Day 10 | Deans Marsh – Torquay (66 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:

On the final day of the ride we will whizz down the hill towards Lorne through the Otways. Stop by Lorne and enjoy one of Victoria’s favourite coastal towns with plenty of great spots for a coffee and a feed.

We’ll be fortunate enough to ride the Great Ocean Road with a lane closed to other traffic, but to do this we’ll need to set off a little earlier than usual and leave the Deans Marsh campsite by 8:00am. We then will have to wait at Lorne for all riders to arrive until we set off again – but don’t worry, we’ve got some fun activities planned for the Lorne forsehore.

After leaving Lorne we’ll travel towards Aireys Inlet and Anglesea, hugging the coast right through to our final destination and the finish line at Torquay.

Enjoy (we made it)

David

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

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