six hours in the saddle

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Re: six hours in the saddle

Postby Canuck » Mon 03 Oct 2016, 8:51 pm

^ sooooo, did you swim?

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Re: six hours in the saddle

Postby faster » Mon 03 Oct 2016, 9:14 pm

great pics Marx and thanks for the reporting. btw, you're bike is cool!

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Re: six hours in the saddle

Postby Marx » Mon 03 Oct 2016, 10:49 pm

Detours around the flooded areas in Wangaratta township took riders onto the main arterial roads which are built on embankments. Although I did actually ride through the flooded underpass where the trail goes under the Hume fwy near Bowser.

Thanks Faster, but I think my bike is more effective than cool. I took faith in a great racer geometry (on paper) of the frame even though its nothing special as far as material or construction was concerned. Afterall this Cell Awaba 2.0 comes in at $1600 brand new. It's been a great platform for the kind of riding I'm doing right now.
Just a bike & a place to ride.


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