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Hall Cycling Belgium Racing Campaign

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Jack Thompson, Daniel Lloyd Smith, Andrew Williams and the late Dylan Humbert have had this goal in mind for the last 6months….. not to get pissed on in Belgium. So, they have tirelessly busted their ‘butts’ in order to get into their best possible condition for the Belgium racing campaign. Belgium racing involves ample corners, [...] [...]

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Tour de Perth, Stage 3, 140km Road Race

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Rarely in cycling does everything just go to plan. Today’s stage was undoubtedly the hardest of the four for this year’s tour de Perth. Around 2100m of climbing across 140km’s faced the riders, with some hectic descents and beautiful climbs, including the famed zig zag of Kalamunda. After just 20km’s of racing we had lost [...] [...]

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Tour de Perth, Stage 2, 20km TT

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Wet conditions did little to slow the riders down; the winning speed was around 47km/hr on a road bike which is incredible. Despite the tight and technical circuit, most of the par course could be contested at maximum output. I actually felt like I was making great progress for the first half, as did most [...] [...]

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Tour de Perth, Stage 1

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Boom, crash, opera. Drama on the high seas. Two crashes in the first 10km’s, I was caught in both of them, owing to nervousness and a tight technical circuit that is Rottnest Island at 50km/hr. In fact there was never a dull moment. I would estimate around $20,000 worth of damage in the first 10minutes [...] [...]

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Tour of Thailand, Stage 5 and 6.

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The fifth stage was largely uneventful, 200km’s of mainly flat/slightly undulating terrain, with a small break of 7 riders moving out to 7mins. The GC team again controlled the race with several other teams. The final hour saw another 3 teams contributed to the chase as the speed lifted considerably. Due to this format of [...] [...]

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Tour of Thailand, Stage 4

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200km’s of undulating terrain formed today’s quest. 100km’s of relatively flat racing until the undulating 100km final. Once we were into the hills everything changed, in a good way. The group immediately began to splinter as all the Satalyst riders pushed forward. On several occasions we were represented by no less than 3-4 riders. We [...] [...]

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Tour of Thailand Stage 3

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Today’s long stage adjacent the coast was largely uneventful for us. Despite several breaks being reeled back in, the stage was set for a bunch sprint. To their credit the Malaysian team in yellow road really well and pulled all day along with the help of the Malaysian national team and several other Asian teams. [...] [...]

7 years ago / 2 Comments

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Tour of Thailand Stage 2

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We were pretty pumped about Pauls ride yesterday and the legitimate prospect of contesting the race lead today. Our primary intent was to assist Paul by delivering him to breaks and lead him out for the intermediate sprint for the associated time bonus’s… Easy said than done. The guys rode brilliantly. We claimed the intermediate [...] [...]

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Tour of Thailand, Stage 1, 2013

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Hot, flat, fast, hot, & 38c the average temperature and super humid. The three laps of 40km’s where contested at an average of 43.5km/hr. These aspects barely reflect the difficulty facing the riders, more accurately reflective of this effort a comparison of my HR/Power ratio, usually around 2.1 for these type of events, today was [...] [...]

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The Chronicles of Moynihan: The unsolicited chronicle.

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Welcome back to the chronicles of my life.  Thanks to this “blog”, my life is now much like Kim Kardashian’s life, in that, it’s not interesting enough to read about yet some people still do.  Obviously there are some notable exceptions though, mainly that I’m not famous and that I’m not, more or less, when [...] [...]

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