Gears and Beers 2022 participants say they keep coming back because of the Wagga courses

Taylor Dodge
By Taylor Dodge
Updated March 27 2022 - 6:53am, first published 6:00am
AT THE FINISH LINE: Gears and Beers cyclists Angus Tye from Tallong and Yahansi Barreto from Canberra at the end of their 130 kms ride. Picture: Les Smith

WHILE this year's Gears and Beers route proved to be a challenge, regular participant Yahansi Barreto said it wasn't as hard as the 2019 ride.


Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge


Now working for The Daily Advertiser, Taylor has more than three years of experience working as a Journalist for Australian Community Media covering an array of topics. Connect with her at

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