Rohin Adams explains how the Port to Port MTB is going to work with teams and solo's in this years edition.
Have you decided which you will be racing?Have you written your 2019 riding bucket list yet?
Here's why Port to Port should be at the top of it: • 4 days, 195kms, kick-arse trails, stunning scenery, good mates, and countless brews 🍻 • Plenty of time to train (added bonus: it'll burn off all those extra Chrissy treats) 👊 • May is a great time to visit the Hunter Valley • It's one of the best Mountain Biking events in NSW/Australia... if we do say so ourselves 💁💁♂️ • There are guaranteed team entries to Absa Cape Epic up for grabs (yep, we mean that legendary 8-day MTB event in South Africa) 🚵 • You can ride it as a pair! No need to fly solo 🤜🤛 • You will have major FOMO if you're not there... just saying 🙄 ... See MoreSee Less
Ha this is hilarious, I definitely do get around. It’s my commuter bike now, all others have been superseded by this beauty. So great to bring smiles to peoples faces, including my own! 😅🚴🏿♂️ #pennyfarthing
Saw him on Darebin road the other day...he gets around!
I saw him or someone else on a penny farthing coming down William St CBD the week before Christmas
Lyndon Frearson it’s Doug
Looking good Douglas Suter 👍
Doug you are an exhibitionist and I love you for being one!!text you soon 😄👍💟
Its fair to say that we didn't get closer to the number sought at #BuxtonBootCamp to make either profit or be in a situation to donate the $5 a rider we hoped too.
But its a time of year to think about others so we have just bought 20 Tickets in the World Bicycle Relief raffle so they can give away more bikes to help mobilise communities in remote 3rd world countries.
We are now in the running for a great Tour Down Under prize for 2. And if we win it, we are going to give it away to one of you.
If you want to be int he draw yourself here is the link to this great cause