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Month: December 2009

LUCKY MAN

I must be a very lucky man. Every day I win Lotteries all over the World. Cheers

WHEN I GET AROUND TO IT

When I get a bit of time will put up some highlite stuff from 2009. Bloody hell the years fly when your 64yo. When I was a kid a year at school was forever. HAPPY NEW YEAR.

TODAY MY LITTLE MAN WENT HOME

Today little Josh went home after looking after him since last Sunday. No gardening jobs got done and no bike riding at all but first things first. With a bit of luck I will get to the Saturday and or Sunday Bay Crit races which I have been looking forward to. Josh will be

I MUST HAVE MISSED IT

A few weeks ago I was told that the GM of Cyclesport Vic had quitt the role. I have been looking to see a notice advising members of his departure. For some reason I appear to have missed it's posting but looking back through news items it does not appear anywhere unless I am

CCCC at the Bay Classic

Written by Mal Sawford CCCC will once again be well represented at the Jayco Bay Classic criteriums starting with three days in Geelong from Saturday, and concluding in Williamstown on Tuesday afternoon. The CCCC team will be racing in memory of Lorraine Collings, and will be captained by Andrew Stalder and Tommy Nankervis, who

CCCC at the Victorian Christmas Carnivals

Written by Graham Fryer After what was no doubt an abstemious athlete's Xmas day, a good contingent of Carnegie riders jumped in their utes and headed for the country Victorian Xmas Track carnivals, with a number of successes in the main events at these meets – the wheelraces, as well as a swag of

STUART VAUGHAN WINS WIMMERA WHEELRACE

Stuart Vaughan a regular from night one of the CCCC Wednesday Night program has won the Wimmera Wheelrace. Don't know what his mark was but he was bound to win soon. I had the pleasure of pushing Stuart off in the Austral final 2 weeks ago and told him that night he would win

SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE

One thing that has not changed in my time in cycling is the popularity of the Christmas Tasmanian Carnivals. I did not race in Tassie as a young bloke as most of the main racing was for the pros. Talking to the young riders on Austral night they were really looking forward to the

WELL DONE

To Mal, Darren and anyone else who set out to raise funds for Movember you have done so well. Mal's single effort and the $19 milliom all up is fantastic. Maybe we can get him to start early next year and grow a handlebar mow. Just like the old timers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations.

DO CRIME DO TIME

It is amazing that riders still think they can take gear and not get caught. To then say I don't know how it got in my system does not wash. Even old farts like me are fully responsible for any medication or substances we take. As for fools who try to belittle our sport