Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail – Melbourne Brompton Club Ride, 12 June 2016

UPDATE: Warburton Trail Ride is now this Sunday, 12 June 2016.
All other details on the original post remain unchanged.
Thanks everyone. Happy Bromptoneering!

MELBOURNE BROMPTON CLUB

On the Saturday of this year’s Queen’s Birthday long weekend (i.e. THIS coming Saturday!) we are riding part of the Warburton Rail Trail (“WRT”). The broad-gauge railway line closed in 1965, but thankfully the route is open to cyclists, walkers and horseriders as a rail trail, allowing us to discover the history and beauty of this section of the Yarra Valley.

Warburton

While it is certainly possible to ride the whole trail in one day (it’s 40km from Lilydale to Warburton), we’re not out to accomplish that feat on this ride. Our pace will, as usual, be determined by slowest members of the group so that everyone enjoys themselves and no one feels left behind.

A rough itinerary of the day is as follows:

Meeting point: Lilydale Train Station, Lilydale
Meeting time: 10:30am

Options to get to Lilydale Train Station

  1. Drive to Lilydale Train Station; or
  2. Catch a direct train from Southern Cross Station (9:09am, Platform 10)…

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About Dayna

I'm interested in nature, hiking and photography - but these have been somewhat overwhelmed by a new passion... my Brompton folding bikes! You can follow me on Twitter: @daynaa2000 or @Brompton_MEL Or find me hanging out most Saturdays at Velo Electric & Folding (http://velocycles.com.au/folding-bikes/) or on a Melbourne Brompton Club ride! (https://melbournebromptonclub.wordpress.com)
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