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2015 Australian Victory Rally


2015 Australian Victory Rally

2015 Australian Victory Ride To South Australia.

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Ok, the basic plan is to meet at Melbourne Victory on January 31st 2015 ( sat )

then ride to Warnambool for the 1st night.

Day 2 ride to Robe 1-2-15.

Day 3 ride to Victor Harbour and stay two nights 2nd & 3rd -2 -15.

Day 4 rest day or short ride.

Day 5 ride to Adelaide and stay two nights 4th & 5th -2-15.

Day 6 rest day or short ride.

Day 7 ride to Narracorte 6th-2-15.

Day 8 ride to Maryborough 7th-2-15.

Day 9 Maryborough to Melbourne and/or home.

Ok as I stated at the beginning of this thread, I'm going for a ride and any/all are welcome to tag along. As a disclaimer I'm not responsible for how people ride as we all know the risks everytime we ride, road conditions and fatique have been considered but are outside my control. Cheers Webby. 

I would appreciate any feedback, thanks Webby.

Discussion Forum

Owners shop ride, to Warnambool. 31-1-15.

Started by John Webb. Last reply by John Webb Jan 24, 2015. 2 Replies

As the text you received pointed you here I will clear up the details;Any and all are welcome to ride with the rallyist's , from the shop to Apollo Bay for lunch or Warnambool for the night or for more or less if you want.We will leave the shop at…Continue

People coming Part of the way

Started by Andrew McNaught. Last reply by Warren "Wozz" Jan 20, 2015. 1 Reply

Andrew (aka Sir Lunchalot) and Loretta will come part of the way.....probably to Lorne.Sounds like great fun, and we live in Geelong. Woohoo a ride heading in our direction.Cheers LunchyContinue

Acccomadation I have booked

Started by John Webb. Last reply by Gary Barton Dec 21, 2014. 6 Replies

I have booked the following accommodation, You are all free to book/stay wherever you like.Saturday 31st-1-15 Warnambool                               03 5562 5031 Warnambool Holiday Park + Motel Corner Raglan Parade and Simpson Street Warnambool…Continue


Started by John Webb. Last reply by John Webb Aug 10, 2014. 4 Replies

As I'm sure some of you would have stayed in the places we're going I would like your help in sorting out the accommodation for the trip, so please list any recommendations here keep in mind that it will be hot so air-con is a must and a pool would…Continue

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Comment by John Webb on August 10, 2014 at 11:24pm

Update, check out the new discussion Re accommodation.

Comment by Tony Fredericks on July 31, 2014 at 5:43pm
Thanx Wozz
Comment by Warren "Wozz" on July 31, 2014 at 4:28pm
The course is... the race will start in Geelong, travel through Cadel’s home town of Barwon Heads and pass by Thirteenth Beach, Torquay, Bells Beach and the rolling hills around Moriac with a dramatic finish on Geelong’s Waterfront.
This is easily avoided and only touches 5% of the GOR. The GOR doesn't get any good till after Anglesea anyway. All good.
Comment by Tony Fredericks on July 31, 2014 at 4:03pm
Surely this bicycle event doesn't shut the entire ocean road down for two bloody days? Especially during that time of year, GOR is constantly promoted as Victoria's premier tourist drive, I'm guessing orginizers & Vic Roads would have some sort of road closure itinery closer to the event so the obvious other traffic can be manage accordingly .
Comment by Colin Snowden on July 31, 2014 at 2:30pm
Announcing the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

One of the greatest weekends of cycling Australia has ever seen

World Champion and Tour de France winner, Cadel Evans joined Victorian Premier Dr Denis Napthine today to unveil plans for a new cycling event on the world calendar in 2015, the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.

Some of the world’s best cycling teams including Orica GreenEDGE and BMC will converge on Victoria on 31 January and 1 February 2015 for one of the greatest weekends of cycling Australia has ever seen – the first ever Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.
Comment by John Webb on July 23, 2014 at 6:30am

Thanks Dave, we may have to go around or maybe the other direction.

Comment by Dave Post on July 21, 2014 at 2:21pm

Just a Heads Up Webby 

The 2011 Tour de France champ confirmed he would ride in a race around the Geelong region that will put Victoria firmly and permanently on the international road cycling calendar.

There will be an elite women’s race and a participation ride on January 31, but the February 1 men’s race is already being billed as Australia’s answer to Europe’s Spring Classics, so revered in cycling.

The exact course is yet to be finalised, but the race will start in Geelong and take in Evans’ home town of Barwon Heads before heading through Torquay to Bells Beach.

From there, the course goes inland through the Barrabool Hills and will finish as the 2010 road world championships did with a series of laps around Geelong, featuring climbs up the torturous Challambra Crescent climb in Highton before a finale near the Corio Bay waterfront.

Comment by John Webb on July 10, 2014 at 11:22pm

Good pick up Roger, yes is supposed to be 31st of Jan, I'll fix it when I can.

Comment by Colin Snowden on July 10, 2014 at 6:10am

Our last son has just announced his wedding date 31/1/15, looks like I will have to catch up some where along the way

Comment by brian ross on July 10, 2014 at 5:04am

i'am with you Roger,


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