Hayes, Simon
November 2007
Bicycling Australia;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 148, p138
The article explores why Lithgow, New South Wales is considered a perfect place for a day cycling trip. Lithgow is located between the Blue Mountains and the Mudgee road. With a population of under 20,000, the place is a perfect base for cyclists to form cycling trips. Two popular routes are the Caves Road, Rydal Loop and Wallerawang, Portland and Cullen Bullen.


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