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« on: March 01, 2017, 04:57:17 PM »

 (all riders welcome)
Location - Peats Ridge Road (Calga) Jones Road
Start Time - 8:00am

riders leave at 1min intervals from 8am
as a general rule arrive by 7am for a 8am - 8:25am start
arrive 7:30am for a 8:45+ start time

Pre-registrations can be made by emailing Brad Craft at velocraft@bigpond.com



rain hail or shine


 

March 2016 DATA

25km course = 75 riders
Male fastest :  Jon Skinner  0:32:41  
Female Fastest : Geraldine Blomfield-Brown  0:39:18

43km course = 35 riders
Male fastest :  Matt Rozyn   1:01:16
Female Fastest : Lynne Clarke  1:09:17   Course Record
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« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2017, 04:22:29 PM »

There were a whole host of reasons to ignore the alarm this morning and not make the trek to Calga for the NSW March ATTA event. It was raining heavily the night before; your bike gets covered in road filth the inevitable potholes rear their heads and that black line straight up the centre of your back is no good for the café after the event. But if setting a time trial PB features on your list of things to do then these rainy days are precisely what you want to break that record. The answer as to why this is the case is in the same league as why whales beach themselves, why we drive on parkways and park on driveways, what do you call that groove under your nose and most importantly why did Kamikaze pilots wear helmets. One could argue that with a low-pressure system high humidity and high temperature the air density is less or that the water on the ground reduces rolling resistance or the cooling moist air that enters into the fire in your belly is like rocket fuel. Regardless the people who braved the conditions today were rewarded with some quick times. There were some good rides from the men with Marcus Culey and Christopher Miller going under the hour for the 43km course and Andrew East and Matt Rozyn doing some good times for the 25km course but the ride of the day belonged to Phoebe Fear who broke Lynne Clarke's 43km course record by 18 seconds in a time of 1:08:59.
 Huge congratulations to everyone who rode today and see you all next month.


Results
   25km TT      
1   Andrew East   0:32:38   
2   Matt Rozyn   0:33:07   
3   Edward Parker   0:33:32   
4   Rowan Lean   0:34:48   
5   Jake Potgieter   0:35:19   
6   Tai Huynh   0:35:31   
7   Tony Holland   0:36:16   
8   Randolph Baral   0:36:20   
9   Daniel Vanolini   0:37:04   
10   Ross Hodgson   0:37:04   
11   Jack Hawkins   0:37:05   
12   David Jackson   0:37:08   
13   Justin Slade   0:37:25   
14   David Emery   0:38:41   
15   Andrew Galvin   0:39:41   
16   Stephen Mansfield   0:39:45   
17   Trevor Smith   0:39:56   
18   Colin Stapleton   0:40:20   
19   Matthew Passerini   0:40:36   
20   Denis Fahey   0:40:55   
21   Nick Bowd   0:41:30   
22   Gary Peacock   0:42:04   
23   Anna Murray   0:42:21   
24   Moya Johansson   0:42:44   
25   Hugh McKellar   0:42:45   
26   Brett Ryan   0:44:04   
27   Sean Dudding   0:44:07   
28   Lucy Skinner   0:44:36   
29   Jen Bullock   0:45:04   
30   Clare Menzies   0:45:47   
31   Steven Arenson   0:46:03   
32   Nicholas Hall   0:46:08   
33   Thomas O'Callaghan   0:48:27   
34   Kyle Cavanagh   0:49:26   
35   Steven Cavanagh   0:49:33   
36   Luke O'Callaghan   0:50:22   
37   Karen Selway   0:50:57   
38   Zac Bonham   0:59:20   
39   Vicki Cavanagh   0:59:55   
40   Stewart Lawler   1:04:57   
41   Rob Redpath   dnf   
41   Tom Stilwell   dns   
41   Gabrielle Vassallo   dns   
41   Craig Weller   dns   
41   Stuart Lowndes   dns   
         
         
         
   43km TT      
1   Marcus Culey   0:58:24   
2   Chris Miller   0:59:48   
3   Kieran Roche   1:00:52   
4   Jesse Coyle   1:00:53   
5   Cameron Judson   1:06:42   
6   Barry Smith   1:06:45   
7   Dan Selway   1:08:09   
8   Phoebe Fear   1:08:59   Course record
9   Richard Scriven   1:09:24   
10   Ben Thomson   1:10:59   
11   Kim Hopwood   1:11:31   
12   Justin Steer   1:13:41   
13   Steven Berveling   1:13:43   
14   Liz Vadas   1:13:43   
15   Ross Cochrane   1:16:34   
16   Claire Pople   1:19:49   
17   Louise Heywood   1:22:11   
18   Jeffrey Hill   1:46:51   
19   Phil Stilwell   dns   
19   Ben Gialouris   dns   
19   Mick Baber   dns   
19   David Pegley   dns   
19   Anthony Ainsworth   dns   
19   Harrison Morgan   dns   
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« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2017, 10:42:08 PM »

check out this video by chris miller

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6khBpDqwFHs
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