Weeeeeee wrote:I'm doing the 100km...
...followed by another 100km...
...an then another 50km....
...and then another 17km to get back home.
Is that all?
If you do decide on a 210km option and you have any reservations, consider the Melbourne-Sorrento-Melbourne option. If you're comfortable with your ability to handle 100km that takes care of the first half and, after a breather at Sorrento, you can get going on the trip back to Melbourne knowing Frankston and the train line is available from the halfway mark just in case. Mind you, if you're back at Frankston, you've done the hardest part of the return leg already so you have that to inspire you to keep going too.katiepotatie wrote:..
thanks for the replies guys - now im wondering if i should try 210kms
would it be entirely impossible to attempt this? is it very hilly?
i figure if all else fails i get a lift home.. i'll speak to my personal trainer (who recentl started doing triathlons) tomorrow and see what she has to say as i guess she would have the best idea of my fitness....
katiepotatie wrote:thanks murray, i have signed up for the m-s-m leg - we figured that cutting out the ferry would give us more valuable riding time!
and i didnt think of having the train as an option, but it is certainly reassuring and a great idea to keep in mind, thanks
The Duckmeister wrote:Is that all?
Replicator wrote:Im abit worried about coming home, only a month to train. With mick getting in some training rides with duck i could find myself miles behind.
The Duckmeister wrote:katiepotatie wrote:ok guys - but remember you do have heaps of rest stops along the way!
You don't need rest stops in only 100km!
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