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Postby YesweCANcer » Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:49 pm

** Under Review **
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Re: 2011 Yes We {Can}cer Community Cycling Event

Postby MichaelB » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:16 am

Good to see that you have got it going, but a couple of points/questions -

#1 - Why link to a site that is being "updated" for the next 6 days ?

#2 - I'd like to see a route profile

#3 - Greenhill Rd is a nice climb (pretty hard actually to start with), but for a large group of people, is it going to be a closed road or at least with Police Patrols ? Otherwise it will be a nightmare.

#4 - There is no information re the fundraising apart from mention re suupporting cancer. Who is the organisation, what cancer cahities/organisations are being supported, and how much of the money raised/entry fee is being passed through (i.e. what % of moneies raised) ?

#5 - Is BicycleSA part of the organisation at all ?

#6 - Food & water stops - what is provided at these, as well as at the end ?


Thanks in advance. Sounds interesting and one I'll keep my eye on, but need more deatils before I part with my money, especially with so little details

Cheers

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Re: 2011 Yes We {Can}cer Community Cycling Event

Postby tim on skin » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:21 am

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Re: 2011 Yes We {Can}cer Community Cycling Event

Postby davidk » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:12 pm

I notice from your earlier post, that you are limiting the number of riders (unlike MCCT).
However, from your website, Ive counted up how many tickets you are making avail, and to my reckoning, you are selling 9,500 tickets - isn't that 1,500 more than rode during the MCCT?

Also, 29th May 2001 is the same date as BikeSA's Grand Slam event #3 Williamstown - 60km/120km.
I would suggest that if you intend to maximise your 'ridership' that a date that doesnt conflict with any of BikeSA's organised rides would be better.
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Re: **Under Review**

Postby mmhbeer » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:57 pm

I'll be doing the Grand Slam ride due to budgetary restraints.

Grand Slam will cost me $34. Yes we Can ride costs $93.50. Its an easy decision for me to choose between the two.
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Re: **Under Review**

Postby CommuRider » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:58 pm

Well that was a quick revision after three posts. Talk about posting influence!
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Re: **Under Review**

Postby MichaelB » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:24 pm

Crikey, I just wanted some simple answers .... :shock:
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