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Hindmarsh Shire Council has hosted the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ in Western Victoria at Dimboola.
Mayor Debra Nelson said Dimboola was ideally located to hold such events being half-way between Adelaide and Melbourne.
“It is pleasing to see support from both Victorian and South Australian teams,” she said. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

Cooper Walter, Heath Johns and Joseph Buckman prepare a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Cooper Walter, Heath Johns and Joseph Buckman prepare a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Ben Salter Holy sets up a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Ben Salter Holy sets up a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.



Jacob Caest, Jackson Crowe, Josh Milbourne, Tom Milbourne and Paddy Mills with Horsham College's new HPV at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jacob Caest, Jackson Crowe, Josh Milbourne, Tom Milbourne and Paddy Mills with Horsham College’s new HPV at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Alexandra Salter and Jason Reichelt get ready to race a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Alexandra Salter and Jason Reichelt get ready to race a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jordan Friberg and Joseph Buckman prepare a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jordan Friberg and Joseph Buckman prepare a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jason Reichelt gets set in a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jason Reichelt gets set in a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV team head to the line for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV team head to the line for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Ty Hall, Rode R.A.G.E prepares for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Ty Hall, Rode R.A.G.E prepares for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School's Colby Wilde and Oscar Jackman talk tactics before the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School’s Colby Wilde and Oscar Jackman talk tactics before the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Drivers turn a corner at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Drivers turn a corner at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jason Reichelt driving a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Jason Reichelt driving a Holy Trinity Lutheran School HPV for the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Sebastian Le Roux, Holy Trinity Lutheran School, at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

Sebastian Le Roux, Holy Trinity Lutheran School, at the first Human Powered Vehicle ‘expo’ at Dimboola.

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Posted on Jul 16 2017

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