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Old 06-06-03, 03:45 AM   #1
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TTT 2 photo

This was taken during the Secondary schools second Team Time Trial. This is a few km's before my mate nailed into the back of a parked car.... he is hidden behind me (the one with the arrow)

that day was a shambles......

First race we got 28min something. Race 3 is this weekend and we are aiming for a sub 24min time on the 16km course.

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Old 06-06-03, 04:18 AM   #2
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i must say.. keep your eyes on the road.. its not wise to keep your eyes shut at 40kmh.. (just kidding)

Those are great looking bikes... Good Luck on your TTs.
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Brendon: Good luck with your race this coming weekend! Are you wearing some kind of vest? It looks like that jersey or vest is way big on you - get a skinsuit man! Also, are aerobars prohibited in these races?

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i was digging the mountain dew instead of water.
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LOL it's an old soccer shirt from school that wasn't being used. I might just ask if I can use my favorite cycling shirt....up to my teacher.

Aerobars are not permitted, as well as disc/tri spoke wheels, and we have a gear restriction of 6.610m roll out.

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Good luck, I hope you get the 24minute time you are after!
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