Tour Day 5 Queensland Cycle Ride

Here we have our boys & girls over in Queensland, doing their own ride of 1000km, in aid of the oldies in Zimbabwe & under the Old Legs banner!

Go guys!!

Day 5 of the Old Legs Tour done. Beautiful Agnes Waters to Tannum Sands 90kms.

The guys went really well and we managed to find some reasonably quiet shady spots for breaks. It was after one of these that Alan realised he had a puncture having to use the last spare, fortunately, more have come with Warwick.

I had been persuaded to stay for another night and as planned Warwick Hodgson arrived to take over from me meeting us in Miriamvale and rode part of the ride with Alan and Mark.

Our first night of camping here in Tannum Sands, very comfortable and all slept well. Great facilities and a chance to catch up with a bit of washing, sorting out, etc.

Today’s ride takes them to Biloela 120kms, they have reached over halfway.

I leave for the Sunshine Coast soon and the boys will be on their way, it’s been great fun and a pleasure to be able to support them.

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