Adelaide's Dirty Dozen 2016 (By Cafe Souplesse)

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Adelaide's Dirty Dozen 2016 (By Cafe Souplesse)
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Adelaide's Dirty Dozen 2016 (By Cafe Souplesse) says
Brought to us by Adam Willis @ Cafe Souplesse.

The fifth installment of Radelaide's spring classic will bring more distance, more climbing, and more suffering.


Because too many people finished the event in 2015, and it is going to cost too much to keep updating so many names on the Adelaide Dirty Dozen Honor Board!

Starting and finishing at Red Berry Espresso, Le Strange St, Glenside, the 2016 Adelaide Dirty Dozen will see us traverse about 140km and climb about 3500m vertical. Yes! It is supposed to be a bloody hard challenge to complete.

To spice up this year's ride, we will be bringing you some new hills that you may not have ridden before, as well as retaining some old favourites. But I'm going to unveil the route climb by climb this year.

Highights include Adelaide's steepest street...see event photo (courtesy of Steve Morris) you know what it is? Steep hills around Ironbank, as well as Parish Hill, will be included on the route - but they don't count amongst the 'climbs'...and there will be an unsealed climb for the very first time - literally a dirty hill.

6.15am - Sign On for a record of all participants/finishers

6.45am - Riders briefing

7.00am - Roll out

**This is an unassisted social ride. You should have your own insurance, helmet and spares.

**Neither Cafe Souplesse, event supporters and organisers, or page administrators accept any responsibility for damage, accidents, or injury that may occur.

**To cover the insurance costs born by the organiser, a small fee of $5 is requested at sign on. Thank you.
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By: Velo-Porte (Performance Bike Hire - Adelaide )