UJ1 wrote:Can we expect to see you getting about in one soon?
You mean that's a bad thing?
Rydge wrote:davecole wrote:cyclotaur wrote:davecole wrote:UJ1 wrote:...
Can we expect to see you getting about in one soon?
I have gone off Greenspeed trikes a bit since the disaster on ATB last year - I hired a tandem Greenspeed trike with a mate so we could ride it around the bay. We managed 10km or so and the chain snapped. Mechanical support had no ability to fix 9 speed chains. WOFTAM.
Ah yes - the Great Recumbent Trike Disaster of 2011 .... From that effort and your stringent 21 km/day training regime this year I can tell that you like to live life on the edge .... of reality !!
Doing the Alpine again this year ... ? Or deciding on the day ....
ATB is a pretty forgiving ride, so I was pretty confident I would complete it with a lack of any real preparation.
The AAC200 is a completely different story altogether. There is no way I will be doing the AAC200 this (next) year. Although I am seriously considering getting up the top of Buffalo so I can hand out some lollies to you and Justin when you get there, and maybe even wash your glasses.
Riding up there after leaving Bright at 6:00 and going to Falls Creek first?
210km in 3 mins.
SpanishMan wrote:I noticed a lot of riders with the new baby-blue jerseys and no bibs. What's the deal this year - no bibs anymore?
MWP wrote:Some photos I took from Millers Rd/Westgate around 5:30- 6 am
Niggles? "Officially" I wasn't there - time tracking didn't work, and no photos. Both might be because I bent the "number plate" around the head tube, but only a litle over a quarter of the 210 Queenscliff riders have any time recorded, so it seems there is a very high failure rate for the timing system. ......
David_G wrote:I saw the bloke on the cargo bike somewhere near Geelong. "Respect" doesn't quite cover it!
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