Upcoming Meeting

ACL Study Group Meeting 2018

Sunday, January 28, 2018

19:00 - 21:00
REGISTRATION/RECEPTION - Light Refreshments

Day - 1 Monday, January 29

6:00 AM
BREAKFAST
7:00 - 7:15
Welcome/Introduction - John Bergfeld, Mark Clatworthy, Willem vd Merwe
7:16 - 7:31
PRESIDENTIAL GUEST LECTURE
Chris Kaeding
Defense of ACL Surgery
7:32 - 7:47
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: John Bergfeld SYMPOSIUM: LONG-TERM OUTCOME

7:48 - 8:03
(1) Results of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Patellar Tendon AutoGraft: Objective Factors Associated with the Development of Osteoarthritis at 20 to 33 Years After Surgery
Don Shelbourne
8:04 - 8:11
(2) BPTB ACL Reconstruction: A 31 Year Follow Up
Suzanne Werner
8:12 - 8:32
DISCUSSION
8:35 - 8:42
(3) Predictors of Patient Reported Outcomes at Two Years Following Revision ACL Reconstruction in the MARS Cohort
Rick Wright
8:43 - 8:50
(4) Risk Factors and Predictors of Significant Chondral Surface Change from Primary to Revision ACL Reconstruction: A MOON and MARS Cohort Study
Robert Magnussen
8:51 - 8:58
(5) Do Two-thirds of ACL Reconstructed Patients Show Signs of Joint Degeneration at One and Two Year Follow-up?
Constance Chu
8:59 - 9:19
DISCUSSION
9:20 - 9:50
BREAK

MODERATOR: Chris KeadingCOMPLICATIONS

9:51 - 9:56
(6) Bacterial Biofilms Are Associated With Tunnel Widening in Failed ACL Reconstructions
David Flanigan
Guest of Chris Kaeding
9:57 - 10:02
(7) 18-Year Results of Arthroscopic Arthrolysis for Arthrofibrosis After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Hermann Mayr
10:03 - 10:08
(8) Contamination Occurs During ACL Graft Harvesting and Manipulation But it Can Be Easily Eradicated
Joan Monllau
10:09 - 10:14
(9) Advances in the Management of Knee Joint Infections
Klaus Lehrberger
10:15 - 10:35
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Shiyi ChenALLOGRAFT

10:36 - 10:41
(10) Mechanoreceptor Reinnervation of AutoGrafts Versus AlloGrafts After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Simon Young
Guest of Mark Clatworthy
10:42 - 10:47
(11) AlloGraft Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone (BPTB) ACLR in Patients <30 Years- Part I
Kevin Plancher
10:48 - 10:58
DISCUSSION
10:59 - 11:09
(12) Bridge Enhanced ACL (BEAR) - Where Are We Now?
Martha Murray
11:10 - 11:30
DISCUSSION
11:30 - 12:30
LUNCH

MODERATOR: Tom BranchOUTCOME TECHNIQUE

12:31 - 12:36
(13) Remnant Sparing ACLR Patients Have Later ACL Re-injury Times But More Re-operations and Clinic Visits: A 10 Year Follow-up Randomized Controlled Study
Peter Annear
12:37 - 12:42
(14) Clinical and Functional Outcome of ACL Reconstruction With 4 Strands Semitendinosus Graft and Adjustable Suspensory Fixations: Cohort Study Including 104 Patients at a Minimum Follow-up of 2 Years
Philippe Colombet
12:43 - 12:48
(15) Graft Tensioning Technique in ACL Reconstruction: Manual vs Tensioning Boot Technique
Tatsuo Mae
12:49 - 12:54
(16) Tunnel Location and Clinical Outcomes After the Anatomic Rectangular Tunnel ACL Reconstruction With an Autogenous BPTB Graft
Konsei Shino
12:55 - 13:00
(17) Impact of Screw Diameter & Length on Fixation Strength in ACLR
Roland Becker
13:01 - 13:06
(18) Arthroscopic-Aided ACLR with Autogenous Interwoven Semitendinosus & Gracilis Tendon Graft
Jon Browne
13:07 - 13:27
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Andrew PearleOUTCOME GRAFT

13:28 - 13:35
(19) Complications After ACL Reconstruction Between BPTB and Hamstring Graft : A Prospective Study
Patrick Djian
Guest of Philippe Colombet
13:36 - 13:43
(20) Quadriceps Tendon Grafts Reduce Donor Site Morbidity for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Compared to Hamstring Graft: A Prospective and Randomized Study
Peter Fauno
13:44 - 13:51
(21) Quadriceps Tendon Versus Hamstring Tendon for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Preliminary 6 Month Data From a Case-matched Series
Julian Feller
13:52 - 13:59
(22) Comparison Between Quadriceps and Hamstring Tendon AutoGrafts in Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A 2 Year Patient-Reported Outcome Study
Christian Hoser
14:00 - 14:22
DISCUSSION
14:23 - 14:33
BREAK

MODERATOR: Peter AnnearACL SYNTHETIC MATERIAL IN ACL RECONSTRUCTION

14:34 - 14:41
(23) The Effect of Independent Internal Bracing of Weak and Full Strength Grafts for All Inside Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Patrick Smith
14:42 - 14:49
(24) Outcomes Following Primary Repair of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Combined With Internal Brace and Microfractures
Moises Cohen
14:50 - 14:57
(25) The Long-term Failure Analysis of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction using Synthetic Ligament:A Multicenter Study by China Artificial Ligament Study Group (CALSG)
Shiyi Chen
14:58 - 15:13
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Christian HoserPERSISTENT LAXITY

15:14 - 15:19
(26) Risk Factors for Residual Pivot Shift After ACL Reconstruction: Data From the TMDU MAKS Study
Takeshi Muneta
15:20 - 15:25
(27) Risk Factors for Persistent Laxity After Primary ACL Reconstruction
Anders Stalman
Guest of Magnus Forssblad
15:26 - 15:31
(28) Blood Flow Modification Therapy in Early ACL Rehabilitation
David Chao
15:32 - 15:42
DISCUSSION
15:43 - 16:08
ACL Synthetic Material in ACL Reconstruction Debate
16:09 - 17:09
FIRST BUSINESS MEETING - Mark Clatworthy

Day - 2 Tuesday, January 30

6:00AM
BREAKFAST

MODERATOR: Ryosuke KurodaDOUBLE BUNDLE

7:00 - 7:05
(29) Intraoperative Kinematic Evaluation of Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Using a Navigation System
Nubuo Adachi
7:06 - 7:11
(30) Comparison of Clinical and Kinematic Outcomes Following Anatomic Single Versus DoubleBundle ACL Reconstruction: A Randomized Clinical Trial
James Irrgang
Guest of Dr. Willem vdMerwe
7:12 - 7:17
7 (31) Tunnel and Screw Findings 5 Years After Double-Bundle ACL Reconstruction
Timo Jarvela
7:18 - 7:23
(32) 5 Year Follow-up Results After Single-Bundle versus Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Amelie Stoehr
7:24 - 7:29
(33) Effects of Initial Graft Tension on cCinical Outcome After Anatomic Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Comparison of Two Graft Tension Protocols
Eiji Kondo
7:30- 7:50
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Julian FellerBIOMECHANICS

7:51 - 7:58
8 (34) The Load-Transmitting Role of Fibers in the Tibial Attachment of the ACL in Resisting Tibial Displacements, Related to Fiber Morphology
Andrew Amis
7:59 - 8:06
(35) Femoral Contact Forces in the ACL Deficient Knee: A Robotic Study
David McAllister
8:07 - 8:14
(39) Distinct Patterns of ACL Engagement Explain Variations in Anterior Knee Laxity
Carl Imhauser
8:15- 8:30
DISCUSSION
8:31 - 8:38
(37) Comparison of Male and Female Knee Kinematics at the Time of Non-Contact Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Determined via Analysis of Bone Bruises
Lou DeFrate
8:39 - 8:46
(38) Valgus Loading Causes Coupled Internal Rotation and Significant Increases in ACL Strain
Jason Koh
8:47 - 8:55
(36) Engagement of Secondary Stabilizers Relative to the ACL
Thomas Wickiewicz
8:55 - 9:10
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Constance ChuARTICULAR CARTILAGE

9:11- 9:18
(40) Evaluation of Exercise-Induced Patellofemoral Joint Articular Cartilage Strain after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
Dean Taylor
9:19 - 9:26
(41) Safety and Performance of an Acellular Hydrogel Implant for Cartilage Repair: 24 Month Follow-Up of a Prospective Multicenter Study
Fredrik Almqvist
9:27 - 9:34
(42) Risk Factors for Progression of Articular Cartilage Damage After Anatomic Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Second-Look Arthroscopic Evaluation
Atsuo Nakamae
Guest of Nubuo Adachi
9:35 - 9:55
DISCUSSION
9:56 - 10:26
BREAK

MODERATOR: Philippe NeyretANTERIOR LATERAL LIGAMENT

10:27 - 10:34
(43) Biomechanical Function on Anterolateral Structure of Knee -Quantitative Evaluation Using the Electromagnetic Measurement System
Daisuke Araki
Guest of Ryosuke Kuroda
10:35 - 10:42
(44) A Biomechanical Assessment of a Distally-based Lateral Extra-articular Tenodesis in the Treatment of Anterolateral Rotational Laxity of the Knee
Brian Devitt
Guest of Julian Feller
10:43 - 10:48
(45) The Effect of Anterolateral Complex Sectioning and a MacIntosh Tenodesis on Patellofemoral Joint Contact Pressures and Kinematics
Eivind Inderhaug
10:49 - 10:56
(47) The ALL Engages Outside of the Normal Limits of Anterior Translation after ACL-sectioning in Response to Multiplanar Torques
Andrew Pearle
10:57 - 11:04
(46) Biomechanical Evaluation of Lateral Extra-Articular surgical Procedures: A Computational Study
Danyal Nawabi
Guest of Andrew Pearle
11:07 - 11:27
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Andy WilliamsANTERIOR LATERAL LIGAMENT OUTCOME

11:28 - 11:35
(48) Reduced Revision Rate in ACL Reconstruction With Antwerp Monoloop Lateral ExtraArticular Tenodesis
Peter Verdonk
11:36 - 11:43
(49) Anterolateral Ligament Reconstruction is Associated With Significantly Reduced ACL Graft Rupture Rates at a Minimum Follow-up of 2 Years: A Prospective Comparative Study of 502 Patients
Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet
Guest of Dr. Christian Guier
11:44 - 11:51
(50) The Impact of Anterolateral Capsule Injury on the Rotational Laxity in the ACL InjuredKnees: Preoperative and 1 Year Postoperative evaluation
Nobuaki Miyaji
Guest of Yuichi Hoshino
11:52 - 12:12
2016-2018 Traveling Fellows Report
Lou DeFrate
12:13 - 12:33
DISCUSSION

Day - 3 Wednesday, January 31

6:00AM
BREAKFAST

MODERATOR: Jacques MenetryACL ASSESSMENT

7:30 - 7:35
(51) Unique Characteristics of the Physical Examination that can Identify Injury to the Anterolateral Corner and Posterior Oblique Ligament in ACL Intact and ACL Deficient Knees
Thomas Branch
7:36 - 7:41
(52) Biomechanical Characteristic Variability Between Knees as a Basis for Treatment Selection in ACL Deficient Knees- Not a Novel Concept?
Christian Guier
7:42 - 7:47
(53) A New Clinical Test to Confirm the Presence of a Medial Meniscal Tear – ThomasFeagin* Test
Rhidian Thomas
7:48 - 8:03
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Martha MurrayACL PREVENTION

8:04 - 8:09
(54) Effects of Passive and Dynamic and Knee Stability and Increased ACL Injury Risk in Athletes
Timothy Hewett
8:10 - 8:15
(55) Prevention of Knee Injuries: The Dutch Approach
Thomas Patt
8:16 -8:21
(56) Effects of Muscle Forces on Knee Biomechanics During Landing Tasks
Harukazu Tohyama
8:22 - 8:37
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Kate WebsterREHABILITATION

8:38 - 8:43
(57) Earlier Timing of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Resulted in Greater Quadriceps Strength and Self-Reported Function
Cale Jacobs
8:44 - 8:49
(58) Hamstring Tendon Harvest Results in Heterogeneous Musculotendinous Regeneration That Significantly Reduces Muscular Support for Side-Stepping at Two Years Post Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR)
Christopher Vertullo
Guest of David Parker
8:50 - 8:55
(59) Adductor Canal Nerve versus Femoral Nerve Blockade for Pain Control and Quadriceps Function Following ACL Reconstruction: A Prospective Randomized Trial
Walter Lowe
8:56 - 9:01
(60) Myostatin Regulation in the Quadriceps Muscle Following an ACL Tear
Brian Noehren
Guest of Mark Clatworthy
9:02 - 9:22
DISCUSSION
9:23 - 9:53
BREAK

MODERATOR: Willem vd MerweTIBIAL SLOPE

9:54 - 10:01
(61) The Effect of Lateral Tibial Posterior Slope on ACL Graft Failure Risk Depending on ACLR Technique Related Graft Isometry
Mark Clatworthy
10:02 - 10:09
(62) In-Vivo Internal Tibial Rotation and it's Association with Tibial Articulating Surface Morphology
Elmar Herbst
Guest of Andreas Imhoff
10:10 - 10:17
(63) Proximal Tibial Bony and Meniscal Slopes are Higher in ACL Injured Subjects Than Controls: A Comparative MRI Study
Tim Lording
10:18 - 10:38
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Mark ClatworthyINDUSTRY SESSION

10:39 - 10:54
DJO Orthpaedics - Automation in the Physicians Clinic
Mike McBrayer
10:55 - 11:10
Arthrex - Scientific Evidence and Clinical Outcomes of Current ACL Repair and Reconstruction Techniques
Coen Widjicks
11:11 - 11:26
BREG - Breg Product and Solutions Update for Post-Operative ACL Rehab and Care
Steve Oordt
11:27 - 11:42
ConMed - Innovative ways to approach new product design
Danielle Whitlock
11:43 - 11:58
Topical Gear -The GAP in Functional Movement
Mike Decker
11:59 - 12:14
FH Orthopedics
TBD
12:15 - 12:30
Smith & Nephew - All Around the Knee: The latest techniques and innovations for optimizing ACL Reconstruction and addressing the peripheral structure
TBD
12:31 - 13:31
Lunch

MODERATOR: David ParkerLATERAL BONY MORPHOLOGY

13:32 - 13:39
(64) An Increased Distal Femur Cam Ratio is a Risk Factor for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
Volker Musahl
13:40 - 13:47
(65) Determining Complementary Surgical Treatment in Case of Posterior Tibial Fractures Coinciding with ACL Injuries Base on the Classification System Proposed by the Authors
Robert Smigielski
13:48 - 14:03
DISCUSSION
OSTEOTOMY
14:04 - 14:09
(66) Three-Dimensional Alignment Correction in Patients with Cruciate Ligament Deficiency and Moderate Medial Compartmental Osteoarthritis
Andreas Imhoff
14:10 - 14:15
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Robert SmigielskiIMAGING

14:16 - 14:21
(67) A Biological Imaging Window into the knee of Patients with ACL Graft Insufficiency: A Correlation of MRI and SPECT/CT Findings
Michael Hirschmann
14:22 - 14:27
(68) High Incidence of ALL-Segond Avulsion in Ultrasound Imaging
Burt Klos
14:28 - 14:33
(69) Optimised Structural Assessment of ACL Reconstruction: Development, Validation and Clinical Experience of a Novel MRI Protocol
David A. Parker
14:34 - 14:39
(70) Is the Grafted Hamstring Tendon Shifted Anteriorly in the Femoral Tunnel at the Postremodeling Phase After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction?: A Clinical MRI Study
Kazunori Yasuda
14:40 - 15:00
DISCUSSION
15:01 - 15:31
BREAK

MODERATOR: Volker MusahlMENISCUS

15:32 - 15:39
(71) The Role of the Integrity of the Posterolateral Meniscus Root in Restraining Knee Laxity in the ACL-Deficient Knee
Mirco Herbort
Guest of Christian Hoser
15:40 - 15:47
(72) The Impact of the Meniscus Injury on the Rotational Laxity in the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injured and Reconstructed Knees Quantitatively Evaluated by the Electromagnetic Measurement System
Yuichi Hoshino
15:48 - 15:55
(73) Contribution of Meniscus Repair to Pivot Shift During ACL Reconstruction: Objective Evaluation Using Triaxial Accelerometer
Hideyuki Koga
15:56 - 16:03
(74) Factors Associated with Ramp Lesions in ACL Injured Patients
Romain Seil
16:04 - 16:11
(75) Subtle and Isolated Injury of the Posterolateral Corner of the Knee Clinical Presentation and Proposal of Treatment
Jacques Menetrey
16:12 - 16:34
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Romain SeilPEDIATRIC

16:35 - 16:40
(76) ACL Revision Rate in Children and Adolescents
Magnus Forssblad
16:41 - 16:46
(77) Transphyseal ACLR in the Skeletally Immature -Outcome in 148 Tanner 1-3 children
Justin Roe
16:47 - 16:52
(78) SB versus AM/PM-DB ACLR in Kids and Adolescents
Rainer Siebold
16:53 - 17:08
DISCUSSION

JOHN FEAGIN LECTURER

Introduction
Mark Clatworthy
17:09 - 18:09
Performing Under Pressure
Ceri Evans

Day - 4 Thursday, February 1

6:00AM
BREAKFAST

MODERATOR: Mary Lloyd IrelandRETURN TO PLAY

7:00- 7:05
(79) The Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Return to Sport Assessment after ACL Reconstruction
Myles Coolican
7:06 - 7:11
(80) Return To Running Following ACL Reconstruction- Should We Have Better Criteria?
Jo Stephen
(Traveling Scientist)
7:12 - 7:17
(81) Non-invasive Assessment of Healing Following ACL Surgery
Braden Fleming
7:18 - 7:38
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Julian FellerCENTRAL CONTROL

7:39 - 7:44
(82) Fear of Re-injury Coincides with Inferior Quadriceps Strength and Function and PatientReported Outcomes Six Months After ACL Reconstruction
Mary L Ireland
7:45 - 7:50
(83) Probing the Therapeutic of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation for Long -Term Functional and Cortico Spinal Deficit Following ACL Rupture and Reconstruction
Chris Kaeding
7:51 - 7:56
(84) Fears of Re-Injury and the Perceived Importance of Exercise: A Longitudinal Analysis of Psychological Factors Related to Participation in Physical Activities After ACL Reconstructions
Paul Marks
7:57 - 8:17
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Julian FellerRTP COMPLICATED SURGERY

8:18 - 8:25
(85) Low Rates of Return to Preinjury Sport After Bilateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Kate Webster
8:26 - 8:33
(86) Return to Sport After Combined Ligament Injuries in Elite Athletes
Andy Williams
8:34 - 8:54
DISCUSSION

MODERATOR: Willem vd MerweDEBATE ON RTP - TBD

8:55 - 9:25
When Can We Tell Athletes They Can Return
9:26 - 10:00
BREAK

MODERATOR: Tim SpaldingWhich Graft Should We Use in Young Patients - What do the Registries Tell Us

10:01 - 10:06
A NZ ACL Registry Study
Mark Clatworthy
10:07 - 10:12
Sweden
Magnus Forssblad
10:13 - 10:18
SOS
Mark Ferguson
10:19 - 10:24
Denmark
Martin Lind
10:25 - 10:30
Kaiser Permanente
Gregory Maletis
Guest of Mark Clatworthy
10:31 - 10:51
DISCUSSION

PRESIDENTIAL GUEST LECTURE

10:52 - 11:07
(87) Demonstrating the Value of an ACL Registry
Gregory Maletis
Guest of Mark Clatworthy
11:08 - 11:18
DISCUSSION
11:19 - 11:28
Report of Annual Survey Data
Seth Sherman
11:29 - 12:29
SECOND BUSINESS MEETING - Mark Clatworthy
18:00
Gala Banquet
Beginning 17:45
Transportation to Mt. Soho Restaurant (Casual Dress)
18:00 - 19:00
Reception - Mt. Soho Restaurant
19:00 - 22:00
Gala Banquet
22:00
Return transportation to the Millbrook

Aclsg Meeting Queenstown activities & restaurant guide

To Reserve place, Please email Mark Clatworthy Giving your preference & date: markC@abjs.co.nz

Our Schedules:

Sunday : Welcome Function at Millbrook resort which will include the world famous Maori Haka so don’t miss it.

Monday : A full academic day & evening is free

Tuesday : is a half day and the evening is free.

Wednesday : A full day with the evening free.

Thursday : A half day. The second ACLSG Golf tournament who will be held at Millbrook Resort. This will be a shotgun start at 1pm.

  • Gala Dinner

    The Gala dinner will be at Mt Soho Vineyard.

    Gala Dinner
  • Adventure Activities

    Dart River Jetboat Trip.
    This will be the fantastic trip.

    Adventure Activities
  • Shotover Jet Boat

    Shotover Jet Boat

    This is a shorter more exhilarating trip.

  • Bungy jumping

    Bungy jumping

    Queenstown is the home of Bungy jumping.

  • Golf

    There are four great golf courses in Queenstown.

    Golf
  • Heli Mountain Biking

    This could be done on Tuesday or Thursday.

    Heli Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Bike Park

    Mountain Bike Park

    Gondola assisted – In Queenstown.

  • Helicopter Trip

    Helicopter Trip

    Helicopter Trip to Milford Sound – Southern Alps.

Milford & Fiordland Highlights

Over the years, our pilots have discovered some amazing sites in Fiordland. Only accessible by helicopter, stepping out into this environment can really take your breath away. Our “Highlights” trip takes you through Milford Sound, out to the West Coast and the surrounding Southern Alps glacier areas, showing off what our diverse environment really has to offer.

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  • Walter Peak

    Boat trip, Farm experience, BBQ dinner.

    Walter Peak
  • Extra information

    There’s a licensed cafe on board the TSS Earns-law.

    Extra information
  • Fishing

    Fishing

    The fishing mates who live in Queenstown.

  • Cycling

    Cycling

    The Queenstown area has many beautiful cycling.

Restaurants Millbrook

The Millhouse. The Millhouse is the signature restaurant on the resort and offers a seasonal menu of elegant dishes, each with a European influence that showcase the chef’s relationships with local farmers and artisans, and accompanied by an award winning wine list all delivered under the culinary leadership of Executive Chef Andi Bozhiqi.

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ACLSG Meeting Queenstown Partners Activities

The meeting is held at Millbrook Resort, a luxury resort near Queenstown. It is located 4 km to the west of the historic gold-mining town of Arrowntown.The resort covers two hundred hectares of the Wakatipu Basin - a glacial valley bordered by the Crown Range , the Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu. The resort includes three restaurants, a bar/cafe, a spa, gym, tennis courts swimming pool, and a picturesque 27-hole golf course.

Monday, January 29th
Trip to Queenstown which is a 20 minute shuttle trip

Wednesday, January 31st
Gibbston Valley Vineyard for lunch. For the adventurous we have organised Ebike hire to get there. This is a 90 minute beautiful ride on a purpose built track Dependant on how many wines you have had you can Ebike back or be shuttled back to Millbrook. Ebike hire is $75 a day. Catching the shuttle back is $30. Alternatively you can taxi there and back.

ACLSG Meeting

Best wishes for the Holiday season and we look forward to seeing you all in January.

Angela Clatworthy

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