Tassievore Eat Local Challenge

If you haven't stumbled across the Tassievore challenge elsewhere, then read on, as its a great idea to get out on your bike and support local eateries.

The basics are that you have until the end of April to visit some or all of the 8 restaurants along the trail from Tracks Café at New Town Station Nursery (on the bike path to MONA) down to Citrus Moon at Kingston Beach, and the ‘Sunday special’ location of Farm Gate Market.

Each trail location has committed to providing at least one dish made from totally Tasmanian ingredients (with the exception of minor ingredients such as spices and raising agents) for the duration of the Tassievore Challenge.

Trail riders who visit 5 or more locations before the end of April will be eligible to win a copy of the fantastic new cookbook “Island Harvest” by Tassie chef Karen Goodwin-Roberts. The trail map is available on the Cycling South website.

Source: Cycling South Newsletter #84.
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