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hi looking for a 25km/h average group ride in fourways/ bryanston/ broadacres area. weekdays mileage 30-40km's, weekend, approx 80km.

 

Any takers?

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Little late for me, Normally leave 04h20 and back 06h30. I go up and do the Engen Classic.

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Little late for me, Normally leave 04h20 and back 06h30. I go up and do the Engen Classic.

 

 

Not familiar with the engen classic route or distance? what is your average speed and where do you leave from?

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Hi I am looking for road buddies in Kyalami area week days for an hour or so, start sixish.

 

Ave speed 24- 28 kph.

 

Any one?

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Not familiar with the engen classic route or distance? what is your average speed and where do you leave from?

 

It starts at the Engen garage on Main Rd Bryanston, near where Main and William Nicol intersect, on Tuesdays to Fridays at 4h55. Different routes of +-42km with Fridays an easier +-38km.

 

There are many riders in season and different paces. As it warms up you will find people riding around 25km/h, although most ride 28km/h+.

 

Cyclelab provides a support vehicle, but all are welcome to participate.

 

Most parts of the route are also popular with other cyclists and so it is pretty safe, although not always from a traffic perspective.

 

Good luck

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Two of us ride road through Glenferness, Kyalami and up Bridal Pass to Summit rd 3 to 4 days per week. Start at around 5-30 and do 42km at around 27 kph. Couple of short cuts if pace too high. PM if interested.

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Two of us ride road through Glenferness, Kyalami and up Bridal Pass to Summit rd 3 to 4 days per week. Start at around 5-30 and do 42km at around 27 kph. Couple of short cuts if pace too high. PM if interested.

ok sounds like the bomb.

 

a bit flu struck at the moment, but yes i think i know the route, can we get toget ther next week.

 

i have been out to MCC evvery sunday the last three weeks at 7 am all been very quiet.

 

The weather is very K@K this week but next week should be the start of spring.

 

Not sure how to PM you

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Come ride for a good cause

 

THE BAINBRIDGE BELIEVE PROJECT / THE CHOC COWS will be hosting our first MTB race on the 25 September 2011 at Northern Farms.

Riders entries are on and www.believeproject.co.za and on Face book The Bainbridge Believe Project

 

 

The event will be entirely “non-profit” and all proceeds will be donated to CHOC (Childhood Cancer Foundation). It will be held on Sunday 25th September at Northern Farm - a fantastic venue and should prove to be a great day out for the avid mountain biker and the rest of the family. There will be a 50km race for the more advanced rider and a 20km fun ride and 1km race for the little ones.

Furthermore, a special effort will be made to provide features of interest to keep non competitors young and old entertained and occupied.

 

It is a family day out even if you not riding, i have kiddies entertainment, jumping castles, kiddies play area, a kiddies 1km fun ride.

 

But most importantly for the big kids 20km and 50km MTB race, flee market & food stalls. So pack your picnic baskets or braai packs and blankets and come join us

 

Venue: Northern Farms (Diepsloot behind Dainfern )

 

Time: MTB race starts at 8

 

Looking forward to seeing you there please put the event in the diary 

 

Entries will be on www.believeproject.co.za or even find the link on the event page in the Bainbridge Believe Project Group

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It starts at the Engen garage on Main Rd Bryanston, near where Main and William Nicol intersect, on Tuesdays to Fridays at 4h55. Different routes of +-42km with Fridays an easier +-38km.

 

There are many riders in season and different paces. As it warms up you will find people riding around 25km/h, although most ride 28km/h+.

 

Cyclelab provides a support vehicle, but all are welcome to participate.

 

Most parts of the route are also popular with other cyclists and so it is pretty safe, although not always from a traffic perspective.

 

Good luck

 

 

that sounds great! I will join you guys this week for a ride! Thanks!

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ok sounds like the bomb.

 

a bit flu struck at the moment, but yes i think i know the route, can we get toget ther next week.

 

i have been out to MCC evvery sunday the last three weeks at 7 am all been very quiet.

 

The weather is very K@K this week but next week should be the start of spring.

 

Not sure how to PM you

My apologies! I did not follow the thread - looked only for messages. Will send you my contact details now.

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