Posts Tagged ‘race’
Including two pondage loops and two loops of skyline road, the 133km Eildon Road Race turned out to be a fantastic race that was decided on the Skyline Road Climb (6.5km @ 5% average gradient). It was great to get another win, and take the overall VRS jersey heading into the final race for the year – the Tour of Bright.
GP Saguenay was a solid 4 days of racing, and despite no majors results coming out of it for either myself or the team, I think we rode really well and showed that we have some strong form for this […]
I think it’s right to say that the Adelaide Tour did not go well for Budget Forklifts. With a 4 stage tour being so short with nothing over 100km and usually less than two hours of racing as soon as […]
Over the weekend I managed to win my first tour in the inaugural Mansfield Tour! For me, the most exciting thing about winning the tour was that the victory came from a time trial rather than climbing, despite the tour including […]
This time last year I was sitting in the Rialto building working for Grant Thornton in Privately Held Business as a Vacationer thinking how great it would be to race in the Herald Sun Tour. Ranked as a UCI 2.1 […]
It’s never a good feeling getting dropped. No matter what anybody says. We went into the race backing Jack Bobridge as our best chance to win the race and were all committed to doing what we could to try and […]
I won’t deny that I’d been looking forward to racing in the 2014 Tour of Bright since finishing in 8th place for the race last year (+1:27.9 behind the winner). Climbing is the main focus of the tour with two […]
Tour of Tasmania is arguably Australia’s toughest tour in the National Road Series featuring 6 stages and some difficult terrain. After doing some recon in Hobart earlier during the week I was really excited flying back down with the same strong team…
The 4-stage National Capital Tour in Canberra is Health.com.au-Search2Retain’s first NRS overall (GC) tour win since the teams inception, and I can tell you it was extremely satisfying to contribute towards this outcome. Defending yellow at this level of racing […]
When I kitted up in Drapac colours for stage 1 of Tour of Utah I really didn’t know what to expect. There was no way I was about to start ‘America’s Toughest Stage Race’ next to world professionals of cycling. I couldn’t believe it. I was standing next to Cadel Evans about to race against him. And while watching him sign autographs I thought it would be nice if he could also sign the poster in my room from his 2011 Tour de France win. But it did happen, and I did finish my first UCI 2.1 Tour!