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With the Corona virus spreading throughout the world from China, our Federal and State Governments have deemed it necessary for most Australians to distance themselves from one another by at least 1.5 metres to try and limit its spread within our country. For St George BUG, as with other bike groups, this resulted in us not being able to cycle as a group. Members continue to cycle solo, or with one other person, as exercising is permitted for our physical and mental well-being. We have been cautioned against using public transport, or travelling out of our area, so rides have been somewhat restricted. We look forward to the day when we can again ride together as a group and enjoy the social

Snowy Mountains - March 2020

Just before the orders for social distancing and staying home were given – due to Covid-19 – fourteen St George BUG members drove to Jindabyne for a few days’ holiday, staying at the caravan park beside the lake. On the first day of riding, we cycled from Prussian Creek to Charlotte Pass and back (24kms), stopping for coffee at an open-air café used by skiers in winter, and then had an added short stint along Lake Jindabyne cycle track. We spent the next day by car, visiting Lake Crackenback, walking the 5km loop trail from Bullocks Flat to the Diggings, enjoying some fun at Thredbo and stopping off at the Schnapps brewery. To avoid the uphill of the Col de Beloka on our ride to Dalgety the

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