John Woodman Memorial - Wagga to Albury - 12th August 2012

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    John Woodman Memorial
    WAGGA TO ALBURY CYLING CLASSIC


    The first Wagga to Albury was held in the 1930s. Leaving the Wagga Wagga railway station, the race travelled east to Tarcutta, before travelling south through Holbrook to Albury, finishing outside the Globe Hotel in Dean Street. In 1948 the race changed to a shorter route via the Olympic Way. The last of the original races was held in 1963.

    The race was re-established in 1986 and was renamed in honour of well known local cyclist John Woodman a year later. It is always run as a handicap with four good sized bunches.

    DATE
    Sunday 12th of August 2012

    WEBSITE
    http://www.waggatoalbury.com.au

    ENTRIES
    Through CycleNSW

    DISTANCE
    135 km

    ROUTE
    The briefing is held in front of the Tolland Hotel, Burke Street Wagga Wagga and the official start line is on Holbrook Road adjacent to Jubilee Park. The race travels through Mangoplah, Cookardinia, Morven, Culcairn, Walla Walla, Jindera, before cresting the Jindera Gap and descending down to finish in front of the Lavington Hall, Urana Road Lavington.

    ENQUIRIES
    Rohan Christmas
    0420 929 644
    http://www.waggatoalbury.com.au
     
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    Time to get your entries in.
     
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