Bakerygirl wrote:Hi folks,
The annual MAD Ride is on again starting at Woodend on Sunday 10 April and entries on the MBTC website http://www.mbtc.org.au are now open.
The team has come up with a new 40 km retro ride (or cruise or introductory ride depending on your interests) as well as the 3 regular rides so hope to see you there on the day.
Jugglingogre wrote:I wonder if the off road course is CX friendly?
mbtc website wrote:A new 40km road loop ride for enjoying the countryside and historic town of Kyneton as well as the riding, suitable for all styles of bikes and riders.
It incorporates an optional tweed-ride event for riders who wish to dress-up in period street clothes and promenade through historic Kyneton on their classic, retro or vintage bikes. There will be prizes for the most interesting and popular bikes and outfits.
Jugglingogre wrote:I've recieved an email from the organisers saying that the course will be fine for CX riders so....who wants to do the off road 60 on CX's with me?
Heather wrote:baudman wrote:I still have no tweed
T+1 time Tweed
baudman wrote:Heather wrote:baudman wrote:I still have no tweed
T+1 time Tweed
Niiiice! Like that.
WTF is size 114?? Err... I'm a 32. (Well, I was... I'm prob less now, but with long monkey arms).
victor wrote:I'm a bit disappointed in the organisers for this:Cycling is an inherently risky activity
Using our roads on any form of transport is inherently risky, but by making statements such as the above, they don't exactly promote cycling.
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