Bendigo series continues at Crusoe

After good rainfall overnight a drab and damp day greeted Bendigo and everyone who was able to venture out to Crusoe. The bush was magnificent after the rain – soft underfoot and beautiful open bush.
Nigel McGuckian and Jackie Knee were the course setters, with the courses having a good mix of fast flat running and some climbs to get the heart pumping. Control sites made use of the gold workings and broader contour features.Interes
The numbers were down on previous week’s due to the COVID-19 lockdowns across metro Melbourne. In the end roughly 50 people participated and everyone finished with a smile.

To view each course in more detail, just click on each image.

Eventor RESULTS can be found HERE

Winsplits SPLITS are HERE

Next week’s event (pending everything remaining the same) will be at Pitchers Bridge out towards Lake Eppalock. More fast terrain with subtle contour detail
to catch the unwary participant!

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