Posts Tagged: Bellarine Rail Trail

Sign our petition to get the Bellarine rail trail chicanes fixed… We’ll get it to Geelong Councillors. We speak to many cyclist about need to remove the existing narrow and unsafe chicanes.  This would encourage more riders, allow cargo bikes, tandem bikes, and touring bike to get past them. Even parents pushing prams have difficulty….

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The Bellarine Rail Trail is a great asset to the Geelong and Bellarine community, providing tourism and health benefits to the region. Being built on former railway right-of-way, rail trails are attractive to cyclists because of the gentle slopes and minimal road intersections.   This is true of the BRT, and it is becoming more attractive…

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Super Sunday

Super Sunday is this Sunday November 10th.  What is Super Sunday?  It is the coordinated counting of recreational trail users at strategic locations.   Volunteers will be counting trail/path users between 9am and 1pm this Sunday, with Bicycle Network Victoria managing the event across many locations in 6 different states and territories.   In other words it…

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Sections of the Bellarine Rail Trail will be closed over the coming months for sewer works being conducted by the Barwon Water Alliance. Trail sections are expected to be closed to users for the following periods: Coppards Road to Wilsons Road – late April to mid June, 2010. Wilsons Road to Boundary Road – mid…

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