kayc wrote:I will be interested to hear about this. From a registration vol it went well - did we do a good job? There were 2 poor souls who failed to get to the briefing in time, so couldn't register or ride [police/organisers/insurance policy], and I saw 2 others hauled off the start line by an eagle-eyed official who noticed that their bikes had no stickers. No doubt there'll be complaints about that.
I did the community ride with my adult kids - free cos i'm local - and it was great fun, lots of little tackers weaving all over the road...
First riders we noticed finished about 11.30, good effort.
Celeb spotting? Amy's mum,dad and husband, Cadel's mum, Tracey Gaudry and Phil Anderson....
roshea wrote:Holy crap - Hullster and Karl Hungus (you won't find that name in the results) blitzed it! ~3:04
Full results here
Karl Hungus wrote:roshea wrote:Holy crap - Hullster and Karl Hungus (you won't find that name in the results) blitzed it! ~3:04
Full results here
Thanks. There's something about having a transponder on your bike that makes you go faster!! Very happy with my time of 3:04:18
And a big congratulations to the Peak Bike Hub crew for taking out the Teams classification - a mighty effort against some stiff opposition. Admittedly, they DID have a fairly handy pro rider on the team, but the non-pros all posted some very respectable times.
Thanks to all the volunteers. The organisation was first-class. (Maybe the Genovese Kinglake ride could poach whoever they had in charge of the weather )
+1 for the congratulations, huge effort there by the Peak Bike Hub crew. The pressure will be on now for the defence of the title next year.
Congratulations also to the Banyule CC guys who finished a credible 6th, well done guys.
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