The Melbourne Dirty Dozen is back for another year and in 2017 the event has a new home.
After three editions in the Dandenong Ranges (2012-14) and two in Warburton (2015-16), the Melbourne Dirty Dozen moves down to the bayside suburb of Dromana for a brand new challenge.
Located on the Mornington Peninsula, roughly an hour south of the Melbourne CBD, the Dromana area is home to a host of short but steep climbs, many of them with terrific views over Port Philip Bay.
For those not familiar with the Melbourne Dirty Dozen, it’s a recreational challenge ride (i.e. not a race) that pits riders against a baker’s dozen of tough climbs. It’s a hard day out, but also a lot of fun. Take a look at these reports from previous editions to get a feel for what’s in store for DD17:
We’re currently working hard behind the scenes to get everything finalised for DD17 but tickets are now available. Limited spaces are available so if you’re keen to come along, be sure to secure your spot. Here’s the basic info you need and a link for ticket sales:
Date: Sunday September 24, 2017
Time: 8am – 1pm
Location: Dromana, Victoria
Buy tickets: CLICK HERE
We hope to see you out there in Dromana on September 24!