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Amy Gillet Gran Fondo

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Well what can I say about this event...awesome sums up the event very well, it was very well organised and put together. Some people may of thought it wasnt a very Pro ride similar to Sydney to the Gong, however it was so so much more than that.

The route on the face of it looked fairly challenging, with the undulations of the Great Ocean Road, followed by a 9.1km climb and then a uphill finish. I had opted to start in the 3rd wave of 200 riders. All on closed roads!

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Maddogs Mountain Bike mistake

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An Awesome Weekend in Coota

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What can I say, a great weekend with the NSCC Boys down in Coota, the weather was perfect and the riding hard and fast. The group met up in Coota avoiding any speeding tickets from the multiple highway patrol officers on the way down and got registered.

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Goulburn to Sydney Classic

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Hi All

I am going back for the 3rd year to ride with Ex Wallaby great Simon Poidevin in the charity ride event. This will be more of a challenge this year as on Tuesday i had a little spill at 50kph and put my thumb bone out through the skin, not to mention the copious amounts of lycra burned into my skin on my arm and legs. I was more upset when the good doctors at RNS started cutting my new NSCC kit off.......i salvaged the vest with a few holes in the back, but its still wearable.

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New Kit

Yes the new kit looks good, but i prefer last years kit. The way the kit is ordered and distributed needs to be looked at as i know some new members to the club have been left without kit again, after missing out last year aswell. Perhaps when another round of kit is ordered an email can go out to members asking them to go to HC and pre-oder their kit and pay upfront to ensure they receive it.

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India & Sue take on Canberra

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Round 3 of the Women’s National Road Series saw India and I head down to Canberra (again) for the three day DBR Women’s Tour of Canberra.

The schedule for the tour was a TT on the Friday, RR on Saturday and a double hit out on Sunday with a RR and a crit.

About 60 girls were entered into the race – a very good size field.

Unfortunately we were down a team member with Narelle unable to race due to injury, so we were both on a mission to do her proud!! Who knows how the race would have panned out had she been there, one thing I do know is she would have attacked!

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