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Cyclists on challenge

The third annual Midi-Smiddy Challenge will see the team tackle the fight against cancer this weekend. Westbound cyclists left Brisbane yesterday, with overnight stops in Toowoomba and Warwick before returning to Brisbane on Sunday.
The third annual Midi-Smiddy Challenge will see the team tackle the fight against cancer this weekend. Westbound cyclists left Brisbane yesterday, with overnight stops in Toowoomba and Warwick before returning to Brisbane on Sunday. Contributed

A TEAM of 20 cyclists will arrive in Warwick this afternoon as they pass through on their 900km, five-day Midi-Smiddy Challenge through scenic northern

New South Wales and Queensland's Darling Downs.

After departing Casino yesterday, the crew will spin through the Rose City on their way to Toowoomba.

To catch the cyclists who are raising money for world-class research at Mater Medical Research Institute, head down to the Horse and Jockey this afternoon.

Topics:  challenge, cyclists, new south wales, rose city, sport, warwick




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