Railton - Sheffield and More
This month NorthWest ride will be a circuit out of Railton. We'll travel to Sheffield along the rail trail, with a stop on the way at Redwater Creek Falls. We'll have coffee and cake in Sheffield, then return to Railton for lunch, either back along the rail trail, or express via the road.
There will be an optional play on the pump track in Goliath Park and/or a quick loop on the Wild Mersey Railton MTB loop.
Our ride leader is Patrick Calmels.
Gather by the park/toilets in Railton, just into the road to Kimberley B13. (Turn at the supermarket) MAP
We'll depart Railton at 11.00 am.
Rail Trail Map and description (this is one of our Ambassador Routes)
26km return, 321m of very gradual ascent (and descent on return). The rail trail section is a mix of mainly gravel (forestry road) and firm farm track type ride.
Recommended minimum tyre width 32mm. If that’s a problem, Patrick has some suitable bikes he is happy to loan - 0415 400 351 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please note - if there are any riders under 16 years old, the adult with them will take primary responsibility for their safety on the ride.
- November 24, 2019 at 11am - 2pm
- Roger Nichol