100km to do
Posted on May 13, 2016 | By Jill Hopson | 1 response
How to survive the Tour de Chaplain
You don’t need a survival plan because you are never alone. The Tour de Chaplain is one of the most well supported rides around, it is friendly, you can ride at your own pace, the scenery is picturesque, the hills are only challenging if you want to challenge them, just keep peddling and have some fun! There are lots of little villages to pass through, open farm lands, wildlife, livestock to see, the road surface is fully sealed, there are regular drink and snack stops, a full BBQ lunch is provided at 75 kms and at the end you go into the draw for raffle prizes, enjoy a sausage sizzle and you can even buy a Jham Bar coffee!