Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Cyclist’s Saturday Night Party-town: Twilight 3 hour

Over the past few years, I have transitioned from being a hirsute, unwashed and smelly undergraduate (to quote an esteemed coworker) to being, to quote the words of a recent bogan shout, “lycra boy”. There are a few corollaries of … Continue reading

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On Anti-Pro: The Kowalski Classic

The Kowalski Classic was always going to be a fascinating race through Kowen’s singletrack that drew a star-studded elite field.  This meant a few things: fantastic racing #pro in abundance. We say #pro, because really, it’s play professional.  The world … Continue reading

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The Perfect Day: Wagga 6 Hour

Somewhere, every mountain biker has an idea of the perfect day.  The sun is shining, the weather is pleasantly warm but not too hot, and while the nature of the trail varies from rider to rider (up, down, chairlifted, climbing, … Continue reading

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The Politics of Canberra: Rocky Trail 7 hour, Stromlo

It amused me to hear that most of Canberra was occupied on the weekend by some bizarre race involving ballot papers, a whole lot of green and red seats, the allocation of preferences involving all kinds of horrible deals behind … Continue reading

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