mtb101 wrote:so I have gone clockwise, anticlockwise, have gone Melbourne - Sorrento return, done the 250k. The old ATB just don't seem as challenging anymore, it's a great event and overall it's a celebration of the magic of the 2 wheeled marvel - !
So trying to find a good reason to sign up again......... any ideas?
yeah not bad suggestions; raising money, doing oxfam 100k this weekend, so do plenty of fund raising, I normally blood newbies around the boulie as ATB might be full of too many newbies if you know what I mean.Try looking at it a little less from your own perspective, perhaps ..... ?
How about ...
Raise some (more?) money for a good cause ? It's pretty easy to do this if you haven't bothered on previous rides...or even if you have.
Take a couple of newbies on the 50km ride ? I started on the 50k ride and last year took along a new rider ... who is still riding.
Support someone else moving up in distance ? This year we are both moving up to the 100km distance .... and taking along another new rider.
...or, yeah, hallucingens would do it I guess.
mtb101 wrote:...yeah not bad suggestions; raising money, doing oxfam 100k this weekend, so do plenty of fund raising, I normally blood newbies around the boulie as ATB might be full of too many newbies if you know what I mean.
single speed's an idea, would probably go crazy spinning like a milkshake for 8 hours.
brycerider wrote:grow a beard
buy spd sandals
get a recumbent
seriously though it isnt the most exciting ride going around
build one up, ride it on the day & then sell is for a motsa.
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