About the route BELAIR NATIONAL PARK NORTH
What we like about Sheoak Road is that your chances of seeing native wildlife are pretty high. After all, you're riding alongside Belair National Park. Bounding kangaroos and cuddly koalas are pretty cute too, so seeing one might distract you from the uncomfortable sensation occurring from your hamstrings downwards. We're not sure what else you'd rather do with a Saturday morning than enjoying a 5km climb averaging 5.60% (with a middle section below 3% cunningly disguising the fact that this is brutality in the bush).
|Distance/Grade||5.39km @ 5.60%|
|Start||Belair Railway Station|
|Feed Zone||Crafters and Stirling (2km after finish)|
|Traffic||Low-Medium, no bike lane|