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Month: March 2010

NOT TO MY LIKING

In recent years I have prided myself on getting a flat tummy. Commencing Gardening and just hard work helped get my weight down to mid 65kg range. When I decided to give next months Nationals on the track a go, Hilton told me I needed to put a bit of weight back on for

TAKE YOUR TIME

Reading on the TFM-Celtic Décor website an article by Michael Day which is very interesting. Michael decided not to ride Baw Baw which normally is dear to his heart as a very good climber. Years ago I had a fall in a track race at GlenInnes NSW at Christmas 1967 and although I did

SANDOWN JUST ABOUT DONE

Well I think Southern race tomorrow night at Sandown Park and that's about it till October next. it only seems a while ago that we fronted up for the first night's racing. I think we did about 3 laps before it bucketted down. Have missed the later part of the season although my rides

Sponsor CCCC

Written by Kerrie Howard CCCC are currently in the process of reviewing our sponsorship arrangements for the 2010/2011 financial year and beyond.   We are looking for 3 year partnerships with organisations who are passionate about cycling, not only from the racing and competitive aspect, but from the health, social and environmental attributes of our sport.

Exercise Research Subjects Wanted

Written by Deakin Uni Description: The purpose of this project is to investigate the effect of cold water immersion (hydrotherapy), as an exercise recovery technique, on the process by which humans adapt to repeated heat exposure (i.e. heat acclimation). In this process we will examine exercise performance and numerous physiological factors before, during, and

Tommy Nankervis wins in Belgium – UPDATED

Written by Mal Sawford Tommy won his first race for the Dunkerque Opale Team Cycling on Wednesday, the Esplechin Kermesse in the Walloon region of Belgium. Tommy has also vowed to resurrect his promising blogging career, which you can follow through our blogs links, or directly at http://www.tommynankervis.missingsaddle.com  

Sandown Twilight Crits Tuesday March 30

Written by Mal Sawford Round 30 of the Apollo Bikes Summer Series, the final twilight race for the season ran under perfect conditions, with clear blue skies and a rare blue moon (google it kiddies) combining to maximise the fading daylight for as long as possible. Still, the rapidly descending darkness made things tough

HE'S 60 TOMORROW

Well Leon Sims is 60 tomorrow, you poor old bugger. Doing it very hard in France at the present time to. Happy Birthday Leon. Take the time to read and view Leon's blog of his and Sue's French Visit, It's really great reading and shots. Cheers.

SENT DARYL A MESSAGE

At 5.30am this morning after finding the sprint results in an overseas news forecast, I texted Daryl Perkins.SENT:Congratulations Daryl and Maureen on Shanes fantastic results. mike gRESPONSE:thankx mike, very proud, trust u r making steady improvement in your recovery daz ;) I have know Daryl since he was a Richmond rider 16 years of

NOT SURE OF THE ISSUE

Reading cyclingnews.com tonight I see comments attributed to Pat McQuaid regarding possible unfair advantage gained from technology. If the UCI rules regarding equipment are clear and unambiguous then I don't really see how any country can/could break the rules. I think in Australia's case everyone uses BT frames either Slealth or Blade models. These