Peaks Ride Season Commences, The Soup Boys Hosted Ride announced

Victoria’s 7 Peaks Alpine Ascent Challenge is an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which takes you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of seven Victorian Alpine Resorts. The 2018-2019 summer season launches today and will continue through until 28 April 2019. That is 6 months to complete as many of the 7 Peaks in Victoria as you can! Climbs to conquer:

Mt Buller Alpine Resort 15.3kms
Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort 6.5kms
Mount Buffalo National Park 20kms
Dinner Plain Alpine Village 42.8kms
Falls Creek Alpine Resort 30.9kms
Hotham Alpine Resort 32.4kms
Lake Mountain Alpine Resort 20.9kms

Sign up to the 7 Peaks Digital Passport, download the 7 Peaks – Ride High Country App or print the paper passport to register all your peaks. By registering your rides, you will go into the draw to win some amazing prizes – including a special major prize to the Tour de France. For more information on how to register, click here.

On 9 February 2019, join Ride High Country Ambassadors and your hosts ‘The Soup Boys’ on a group ride to conquer the 15.3km windy Mt Buller Tourist Road and Mt Buller, one of Victoria’s 7 Peaks.

The Soup Boys are a creative if rather unorthodox cycling collective based across Melbourne, Adelaide and Victoria’s High Country. They bring together a group of riders who love the outdoors, aren’t afraid to get a little wet and dirty and love a good post-ride celebration.

Head to Ride High Country for more 7 Peaks Hosted Rides across Victoria.

For more information on The Soup Boys Alpine Summer line up, including hosted rides at Mt Buffalo, Mt Hotham, Mt Buller and Falls Creek, click here.

Registrations for the the Soup Boys Hosted Ride will open soon.

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