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ABC radio host Peter
Goers will officially launch
the Yorke Peninsula Art
Trail during his evening
The art trail was the
brainchild of Ardrossan
artist Sam Carter and links
galleries and studios across
the peninsula through a
"Once it is launched by
Peter on Monday, the art
trail is pretty much open,"
Mr Carter said.
"Although we still need
to stock the maps in some
"As well as the trail
maps, we have brochures
which people can pick up
with deals from our spon-
"It's our way of giving
back to the sponsors and
"It also gives people fol-
lowing the trail something
else to see and do."
The trail starts in
Balaklava and winds its
way down to Edithburgh,
featuring a range of artists
including Bob Landt.
"I work out of the
Maitland Markets and I
thought it (the trail) would
be a good opportunity to
market ourselves," Mr
"It's quite exciting to be
involved in and it's some-
thing positive for YP."
More information about
the trail can be found at
www.ypart.net or on the
Goers to launch
YP Art Trail
FOLLOWING THE TRAIL... Artists Bob Landt,
Sam Carter and Simon Waters inspect the
Yorke Peninsula Art Trail map.
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ELITE cyclists will converge on the Copper Coast
this weekend for the long-awaited Hell of the
North cycling race.
Riders will compete over two days, including
an 80-kilometre road race featuring 17km of
ungraded road on Saturday.
"Some teams have already been up to the
Copper Coast and ridden over the course to plan
their racing strategies," Cycling SA executive offi-
cer Gary Simpson said.
The event will also feature two criteriums
around The Dunes, Port Hughes, on Sunday
morning and Victoria Square, Kadina, in the
The Hell of the North encompasses three
rounds of the Bowden Elite Teams Series which
features World Champion and Olympic riders
Chris Jongewaard, Alex Edmondson and Rohan
"We are very excited to be taking this great
series to a country region," Mr Simpson said.
Cycling SA licenced racers will also compete in
the three stages before the elite riders take to the
Mr Simpson encouraged locals to watch the
races and witness the speed of the athletes.
"Bicycle racing looks much faster in the flesh
than on TV so I would encourage as many local
people as possible to come out and watch the
races and get a feel for the great speed riders gen-
erate around criterium circuits and out on the
road, it's an exciting spectator sport," Mr Simpson
"We are also looking for more volunteers to
help as corner marshals, expressions of interest
can be made to Cycling SA on 8260 1800.
"Cycling SA will make cash donations to
organisations which assist with providing volun-
For more information, or to see a map, visit
Hell of the North
cycling event on
TWENTY riders from the
SA Ride for Sick Kids will
pedal into Wallaroo today
(Tuesday) as they complete
the fifth leg of their 1029-
kilometre fundraising ride.
Olympic bronze medal-
list Kaarle McCullogh is
amongst the cyclists par-
ticipating in the inaugural
event, which is raising
funds for Ronald
The riders will stop for
lunch in Kadina then visit
students at Wallaroo
Primary School to talk
about the ride, the work of
RMH and bike safety.
A community celebra-
tion is being held at the
Wallaroo, tonight, where
the riders will stay before
leaving early tomorrow
(Wednesday) for stage six
of the ride to the Barossa
The event aims to raise
more than $100,000 for
Ronald McDonald House
Adelaide, a home-away-
from-home for rural fami-
lies whose children are
being treated at the
Women's and Children's
For more information,
or to make a donation, visit
Ride for Sick Kids reaches Copper Coast
SUPPORT CREW... The SA Ride for Sick Kids support crew and
vehicles had a free ride on the Sea SA ferry from Wallaroo to Lucky Bay
last Thursday morning, en route to Port Lincoln for the start of the
ride. Pictured are Karl Hardy, Mark Birkdale, Tony Mason, Glenn
Bowyer, Craig Cotter and Carolyn Fox.
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