In addition to the Saturday morning meeting, there are a number of smaller informal Groups that meet during the week.
Details of these Groups are shown below in the spirit of providing opportunities to those who wish to participate, if they are interested.
Note: these Groups are not officially associated with Tally Ho Fitness Group Inc. though members support them.
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We meet on Sunday mornings at the north west end of Jells Park, near Waverley Golf Club entrance in Waverley Road.
7:00 am start to 8:15am. Get your body moving on a Sunday morning. Come along for a one hour jog or leisurely walk.
Since October 2012 a small group of Tally Ho guys have been training on Wednesday nights.
Contact: Ross MacDonald
Phone: 0408 949 995
We meet at the Nunawading Swimming Pool on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 6:30 am. We run at conversation pace for about an hour.
Pace about 6 to 7 minutes per kilometer.
Meet inside the pool lobby for a prompt start.
Contact: Jeff Pitt
Phone: 0412 250 093
There are two Bike Users Groups.
-Tuesday morning's "Ride with Maurie"
Starting times: Tuesday Group 6:30 am in Summer, 7:00 am in Winter
-Thursday morning's "Ride with Peloton de Lycra"
Starting times: Thursday Group 7:30am in Summer and 8:00am in Winter.
-Starting locations vary weekly.
Our Tuesday BUG travels at a more leisurely pace and covers between 30 and 40 km. Always time to stop for a cup of coffee and a muffin.
This early morning group is an excellent opportunity for those who wish to ride at a slightly slower pace.
For details contact Graeme Ritchie 0407 175 176
Our Thursday BUG has grown in stature. There are now has up to 25 riders on a 50km to 60km bike ride each Thursday morning. Always stopping for a good coffee and a muffin. Back home by lunch time.
Starting points vary around Melbourne, so if you are not on the weekly email mailing list.
For details contact Lionel Rex 0417 141 475
Both groups ride from different locations every week, covering all parts of Melbourne in their travels. The emphasis is on an enjoyable ride and good camaraderie. The objective is to ride on the comprehensive network of tracks that encompass Melbourne and keep away from major roadways.