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The Weekly Revolver #248

The Weekly Revolver #248

Hey Ladies!

Let's get political, political. I wanna get political, political. (sung in the tune of Let's get Physical). Yes ladies...things are getting serious in our capital. The government has $100 million to spend on urban cool is that?! But...Wellington needs the City Council to work together to get our hands on some of the funding. Were talking great cycle lanes to be used for transport, recreation and just old fashioned fun. So....there's a rally going down...on Tuesday 21 April, meet in front of the Railway Station at 12:10. Cyclists from all around Wellington will ride down Featherston St to Civic Square and make some noise. Kind of like bra burning, but way less naked. It will be all finished up by 1pm...what a great lunch time activity.

Last week's rain didn't hold us back....5 of us ladies found a sweet break in the weather to have the first Revolve night MTB ride. No rain, and no wind but a few puddles and mud, made for a fun relaxed ride around the lower loops. Well done and thanks for turning up in the colder weather ladies! We also braved Sunday's strong northerlies to enjoy a mountain bike ride in Belmont Regional Park for the monthly excursion. Plenty of creek-crossing, cow dung evading and even some mustering practice.The views were stunning, and we had time for a blast down Bull Run to top it all off! Can't wait for the next one....

Keen to get your hands Dirty? Check out the Family Trail Karma happening this weekend with WORD, Makara Peak Supporters and the Wellington City Council.

See you out there!

-The Revolve Crew


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