Kenneally memorial draws south-west cyclists

WARRNAMBOOL Veterans Cycling Club will run the second Mick Kenneally Memorial race on Sunday.

The 66-kilometre race, which starts and finishes in Dixie, will commemorate the 10th anniversary since the popular Warrnambool district sportsman was killed in a training accident on the Cobden Road in 2004.

About 40 riders are expected to compete this weekend, with cyclists from Warrnambool, Colac, Geelong and the Grampians entered in the two-lap race.

Riders will complete two laps of a 33km circuit which tracks south along Timboon Road, before turning east towards Cobden and then back to Dixie.

The race starts at 10am and is expected to take two hours. 

A free barbecue will be available to riders and spectators after the race.


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