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    Merri Merri Cycling Group - February

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    Our Merri Merri Cycling Group is an opportunity to enjoy some of Naarm's beautiful cycling routes during the Biderap and Iuk seasons (Dry Season and Eel Season).

    Join fellow cyclists at NECCHI's Newlands Neighbourhood House on the third Sunday of each month, as we set out for a morning of relaxed riding, nice scenery, and maybe the occasional scavenger hunt! Cycling routes will be well sign-posted, with plenty of opportunities for breaks. Our Merri Merri Cycling Group is a family-friendly program, and is suited to people with varying abilities and experience. Our aim is to have fun and enjoy the areas around Naarm made accessible by cycling.

    Led by our volunteer facilitator Mitch (they/them), we encourage people to ride in a group at a comfortable pace. The routes will be suited to adaptive cyclists, such as those using trikes, handcycles, and recumbent bikes, and will primarily stay within low-traffic and traffic-free areas. Riding surfaces will feature a combination of cement and compacted gravel paths. If you have any questions or concerns about access, or you'd like to participate but you don't currently have access to a bike, please email programs@necchi.org and we can work something out!

    This month's cycle will take us down the Merri Creek trail, around a small section of Yarra Bend Park, stopping by the Merri Creek Labyrinth and the Rotuna Wetlands Park, before returning to Newlands Neighbourhood House.

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    Please note: This program is free for those who have joined NECCHi's Membership Program "NECCHi Neighbours". If you would like to find out more, you can head here for more information and to sign up. If you are not a NECCHi Member, please select the "Non-Member" ticket option. By purchasing tickets to this event, you agree to the NECCHi event and ticketing terms and conditions


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