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I have never really considered myself an athlete but maybe once was a Sportsperson, I raced Motorcross as Junior getting a number of regional titles, then took up cars, Starting in a Toyota powered MK1 Escort Dad and I built, then in a Toyota Levin AE86 mainly doing Rallying normally running in the top 3 in class, winning a few sprints, but
The Giant Anthem Advanced SX next to what Nicks partner calls "garden" but he calls "rock garden"
Reviewed by Nick "skinny ankles" "skankles" Gilbert
About me - I am a 31 year old male living in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs. I am your average Joe
blow cycling addict, trail rider and occasional racer. I grew up riding BMX, skiing, skateboarding, mountain biking (with a couple of DH
"Roady" Peter Sagan seems fond of his Cannondale as well...
Mountain biking is one of those sports that attract’s people from many backgrounds. Having raced Motocross for around 14 years, I started getting into the cross-country MTB scene in late 2012 after a few knee reconstructions.
I have found it really satisfies not only my love for training and exercise, but also my love of
Above - Berit Barton rides happy at the Scott 24hr Pic - Sportograf
For years the keyboard prophets of doom have been preaching the death of 24 hour racing. Sure numbers have been down but a glance at the packed racing Calendar reveals the Scott 24 last month, Mont 24 and Bright 24 this weekend, Aussie 24 champs in November and Wombat 24 early December. That’s a lot
Rossco and Simmo loving riding not racing. Pic - Shane Wetzel
The Cause – Norm Douglas has a busy mind. Wife Jess likes to refer to it as “having a lot of tabs open” which is appropriate as Norm who spends most of his time building websites. In between he is a MTB skills instructor, fierce advocate for cycling participation and promoter for his beloved hometown of
It's a smidge over two hours until the start of the Scott 24hr in Canberra. I'm with Jason English in the pit zone where his race will unfold as smoothly as it always seems to for a guy who has done and dominated so many 24hour races.
Jason is zen like. Outwardly chilled and calm but with a tired edge that hints at the work he has been putting in his body to prepare for the