bodie wrote:Plus I have to get the comfy 'girl seat' out for some more KM's before the new Toupe arrives from the UK.
lisanne wrote:bodie wrote:Plus I have to get the comfy 'girl seat' out for some more KM's before the new Toupe arrives from the UK.
And just what is wrong with a comfy girls seat??
BTW, I don't really take offense to this, just pointing out that women naturally have wider hips/bum/sit bones so that they can give birth, but they shouldn't feel the need to be ashamed of it... not that you are saying that, but it still shouldn't be an insult all the same
lisanne wrote:males and females are built differently and whilst I personally get frustrated by this, it is just a fact of life unfortunately!
Sette Budini wrote:You're in the thread now Lisanne... You coming hill climbing tonight?
Chris_G wrote:Can anyone offer some guidance as to just how hard this ride is???
I know bodie has described it as "brutal"
I'm thinking of coming along tonight if I have a hope in hell of keeping up.
The 3 hill climbs I am familiar with are Humevale, Kinglake and the Full Monty. Humevale and Kinglake I can handle. I made it up the Inverness Road part of the Full Monty (just!!), had to stop for a minute at the top of Inverness before continuing on up to the top.
How do the climbs on this ride compare? Burgundy Street sounds pretty challenging to say the least!!
Chris_G wrote:Thanks bodie.
What sort of speeds do they average??
Given the 9pm finish, what do use in terms of lights?
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