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The interior of the club shed is looking awesome! The grant that Bob Osburn obtained from the SurfCoast Shire has given us the opportunity to upgrade the shed. It would not be possible without these two awesome club members! They keep us safe during racing who knew they have so many talents! A Super huge thanks to Dave & Phil Robinson! We are very grateful πŸš΄πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸš΄πŸ˜Š ... See MoreSee Less
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Supervets Racing: Update to this post: Terry went home to do some homework on the ITT results after a few arduous hours here are the corrected results. 😊1st remains Mal Kimpton; Mr Woohoo rocketed through the course at an average of 38.52nd Jessica Douglas our youngest Supervet moves to Second position! With a birthday tomorrow allowing her to join the Supervets! Happy Birthday & Welcome to Wednesday racing! 3rd Carl Judd ; Mr TT moves onto the podium: sorry Juddy no photo but a huge congratulations to you! Sorry Terry but thanks for putting on your glasses and using your abacus. πŸ˜‰ πŸ‘“ ITT day 20 TTers were on the start line, but then came the rain leaving 12 brave riders to complete 2 laps of the famous course maybe the others heading to a warm dry coffee shop😊. See the sheets attached for details with age adjusted times! ... See MoreSee Less
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Supervets are back for the 2023 racing season! Terry Robinson collects the first win for 2023. 2nd Carl Judd 3rd Neil Maurer 4th David Phillips Fastest time Mal Kimpton Welcome to Jessica Douglas & Neil Maurer who are new to Super vets. Welcome back to racing, Paul Bird.RACE RESULT REPORT 25 JANUARY 2023 Twenty age-defying cyclists faced the starting line for the first SuperVets race of 2023. Sunny conditions with minimal wind. Three laps of the home course (37.7 kilometres).A special welcome to new riders Jessica Douglas and Neil Maurer.Time-trail specialist Kent Fuller was first off at 26 minutes. Second limit of Cecilia Digenis, Neil Maurer, Terry Robinson, Ross West and David Phillips off 17 minutes. Next were Carl Judd, Tommy Gray and Alan Green off 14 minutes, followed by Paul Bubb, Terry Colley and Jeffrey McCauley off 11 minutes, and Jessica Douglas, Ian Johnson and Paul Bird off 8 minutes. Second scratch off 3.30 minutes consisted of David Baillie, Eugene Czulli, Tony Peach and Jim Burzacott. Sole scratchman Mal Kimpton faced an almost impossible task.Carl Judd and Alan Green caught second limit on top of the Forest Road hill on the last lap and worked together defying the fast third scratch group of Douglas, Johnson and Bird who had moved through the other front groups. Mal Kimpton caught and passed the second scratch bunch along Misery Lane about 2 km from the finish line. Meanwhile the combined second and third limit riders had overhauled Fuller 1 km from the finish. At the chicane the leading group of Judd, Green, Maurer, Robinson, Phillips and Fuller began the tussle for sprint positioning. Carl Judd was the man to fear. Robinson made his move at 200 metres holding off Judd, Maurer and Phillips for his first win in 3 years.First: Terry Robinson (77 minutes, av. speed 29.4 k/h).Second: Carl JuddThird: Neil MaurerFastest Time: Mal Kimpton (61:53 minutes, av. speed 37.15 k/h). ... See MoreSee Less
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