2014 Noosa Strade Bianche

dayne
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Re: 2014 Noosa Strade Bianche

Postby dayne » Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:57 pm

I believe so, i was also under the impression pre 90's

But regardless if any one is on the fence about this just go, some of the best cycling in the country and the best beaches by far and i bet your partners don't complain about a trip to Noosa.

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spinner
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Re: 2014 Noosa Strade Bianche

Postby spinner » Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:46 pm

Hi everyone,
Yes in order to keep things simple & avoid the endless splitting of hairs, it's what Munga said.
Age of frame isn't really important, nor is gearing, really.
You wouldn't want to do these courses on 42-21 :D
Last year, I weakened and went 39-28.... increased my enjoyment of the ride enormously, heh heh.

Entry requirements might tighten up when we get to the 5000 entrants, like L'Eroica 8)

Registration is now open.
The Mini Fondo is all new; 33km; a very scenic but still pretty difficult ride....
The routes are on the website.

There is an entry fee now to cover some of the upfront costs for us.
We are hoping to offer a commemorative musette for entrants this time & are talking with potential sponsors.

Also, there is the possibility of a sighter ride over the course this coming weekend, weather permitting.
Always a bit of fun.
Watch this space:
https://www.facebook.com/NoosaStradeBianche

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Re: 2014 Noosa Strade Bianche

Postby Johnj » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:33 pm

spinner wrote:You wouldn't want to do these courses on 42-21 :D
Last year, I weakened and went 39-28.... increased my enjoyment of the ride enormously, heh heh.


Yeah, I had 47-24 last year. We weren't last back to the marina, but it was a close-run thing...

The Strade Bianche was lots of fun though, I highly recommend it.

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