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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:09 am

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lovemybike wrote:25kms before work and made it home just before the rain :?

It's raining here again, I now know why I keep losing my mojo :?


Mid 30s here in Radelaide! :lol:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:10 am

feral grasshopper wrote:[Mid 30s here in Radelaide! :lol:

wow you are there already, I am leaving on Thursday, but next year I am going for the whole week
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:08 am

feral grasshopper wrote:
Apple wrote:
lovemybike wrote:25kms before work and made it home just before the rain :?

It's raining here again, I now know why I keep losing my mojo :?


Mid 30s here in Radelaide! :lol:


Hopefully you'll find it in Adelaide Apple :) I'm sick of the rain here :?

Go Feral :) Hope you have a good time climbing in Adelaide!
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:40 am

Cheers Julie and Apple, out for breakfast ride, Audax 130 tomorrow to check out the lovely lycraed lads of the peloton at Gawler! Stage 1 of the tour! Forecast 37 degrees! :roll:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:48 am

feral grasshopper wrote: to check out the lovely lycraed lads of the peloton at Gawler! Stage 1 of the tour! Forecast 37 degrees! :roll:


Nice :D :D Enjoy :wink:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby marinmomma » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:22 pm

More rain here in Brisbane too...so.over.it.
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:29 pm

Minimum 26 maximum 39 now, :cry: sufferfest for a 130!
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:30 pm

feral grasshopper wrote:Minimum 26 maximum 39 now, :cry: sufferfest for a 130!

please don't share, I hope to catch up with you on Friday.

I am going for a week next year. :P
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:06 pm

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feral grasshopper wrote:Minimum 26 maximum 39 now, :cry: sufferfest for a 130!

please don't share, I hope to catch up with you on Friday.

I am going for a week next year. :P


You will have an absolute ball! I test rode an Amira SWorks SL4 today, totally awesome! Met Bec Werner who won the first women's race on Sunday, she helped me with setup, really nice chicky babe, got a photo with her, it's on FB, :lol:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Eleri » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:28 pm

feral grasshopper wrote: I test rode an Amira SWorks SL4 today, totally awesome! Met Bec Werner who won the first women's race on Sunday, she helped me with setup, really nice chicky babe, got a photo with her, it's on FB, :lol:


I was looking at one of them. Was it small enough? The geometry looked a bit too big for me.

You gals have fun in Adelaide!
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby marinmomma » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:42 pm

feral grasshopper wrote: I test rode an Amira SWorks SL4 today, totally awesome! Met Bec Werner who won the first women's race on Sunday, she helped me with setup, really nice chicky babe, got a photo with her, it's on FB, :lol:



Nice bike, FG, I test rode one (top of the range) last year, pity that I can't afford the 10K price tag, sigh!
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:09 pm

@Eleri, yup size not a prob, 44cm, if it fits me, it most certainly can fit U, u should try my Amira sometime, sweet as! And @marinmomma: only $8000 now! :mrgreen:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:17 am

Hey Girls, I am getting very excited now, I rode in CP this morning for the last time before I head off to the TDU. I rode 36.1 km
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:23 am

Apple wrote:Hey Girls, I am getting very excited now, I rode in CP this morning for the last time before I head off to the TDU. I rode 36.1 km


I'm getting excited for you! I'd love to be going :)
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:29 am

lovemybike wrote:
Apple wrote:Hey Girls, I am getting very excited now, I rode in CP this morning for the last time before I head off to the TDU. I rode 36.1 km


I'm getting excited for you! I'd love to be going :)

Next year you will be, I will make sure of it. :P
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:40 am

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lovemybike wrote:
Apple wrote:Hey Girls, I am getting very excited now, I rode in CP this morning for the last time before I head off to the TDU. I rode 36.1 km


I'm getting excited for you! I'd love to be going :)

Next year you will be, I will make sure of it. :P


I've started training already :shock:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:14 am

lovemybike wrote:I've started training already :shock:

I know :shock:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby marinmomma » Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:40 pm

feral grasshopper wrote:@Eleri, yup size not a prob, 44cm, if it fits me, it most certainly can fit U, u should try my Amira sometime, sweet as! And @marinmomma: only $8000 now! :mrgreen:


Yeah, even 8 grand is pushing it! Maybe after my daughter completes school, I can divert the money that I spend on school fees towards a new bike....there's only 10 months to go :wink:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:42 pm

marinmomma wrote:
feral grasshopper wrote:@Eleri, yup size not a prob, 44cm, if it fits me, it most certainly can fit U, u should try my Amira sometime, sweet as! And @marinmomma: only $8000 now! :mrgreen:


Yeah, even 8 grand is pushing it! Maybe after my daughter completes school, I can divert the money that I spend on school fees towards a new bike....there's only 10 months to go :wink:


Hang on...didn't you just get a new bike??! :)
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby marinmomma » Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:51 pm

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marinmomma wrote:
Yeah, even 8 grand is pushing it! Maybe after my daughter completes school, I can divert the money that I spend on school fees towards a new bike....there's only 10 months to go :wink:


Hang on...didn't you just get a new bike??! :)


Yeah, but that was last year!!! :roll:

By the time we pay off the school fees for this, our final year ever, and then save up for a new bike it will be 2013....Mr MM has to finish paying off his Fondreist as well :roll: :roll:

Doesn't hurt to look and go for a test ride every now and then :wink:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:53 pm

Hang on, marinmomma
Don't you home school :P
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby marinmomma » Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:03 pm

Apple wrote:Hang on, marinmomma
Don't you home school :P



I did, but not for several years now, and I'm very glad about that too!
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby feral grasshopper » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:51 pm

marinmomma wrote:
feral grasshopper wrote:@Eleri, yup size not a prob, 44cm, if it fits me, it most certainly can fit U, u should try my Amira sometime, sweet as! And @marinmomma: only $8000 now! :mrgreen:


Yeah, even 8 grand is pushing it! Maybe after my daughter completes school, I can divert the money that I spend on school fees towards a new bike....there's only 10 months to go :wink:


That's exactly what I did! :lol:
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby Apple » Sat Jan 21, 2012 9:47 pm

So how are we all doing.
Just came home from the TDU
Love it so much, I am happy that I finished, I have to say I found it hard as I have not been on a long ride like this for 8 years. It was worth it
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Re: Womens cycling 3333 to 6666k club

Postby lovemybike » Sun Jan 22, 2012 1:11 pm

Apple wrote:So how are we all doing.
Just came home from the TDU
Love it so much, I am happy that I finished, I have to say I found it hard as I have not been on a long ride like this for 8 years. It was worth it
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Congratulations Apple! I'm so happy you made it (I knew you would)! Bit worried that Tony Abbott has now followed you to Adelaide - he is keen :wink: were you able to lose him in the airport?
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