The fourth Cycle Dindi was a success and again showcased the scenic Great Victorian Rail Trail, through the Shires of Murrindindi and Mansfield.
Organised by the Rotary Clubs of Yea and Alexandra, and this year joined by the Rotary Club of Mansfield, almost 80 riders, many from Melbourne cycled all or part of the way, with most riders starting out from Yea.  The morning was perfect, and riders enjoyed the flexible starting times. It was great to see some Yea scouts with their Leader Andrew Fulford take part this year. Lunch was beside the Goulburn River at Cremona and the historic John Monash designed bridge and riders enjoyed this beautiful location and the chance to relax, enjoy some food, coffee (by mobile CafĂ© Amore) and be entertained by well-known local Julian Laucius.
CycleDindi is a major fundraiser to support Rotary youth projects, such as Rotary Youth Leadership courses, Youth Exchange and School Bursaries. Thanks to major sponsors Yea and District Community Bank and DMK Business Solutions together with many other sponsors for their support.
Raffle winners, drawn by Bank Manager Lyn Southurst were Pamela Talia, Michael Dancey and Fred Blank.