Category Archives: Cycling Australia

From Myrtleford to Singapore – What a difference!

I guess the thing that struck me the most was how small this place called Myrtleford was.  Now being Canadian I fully have seen many small villages and rural communities.  It is amazing the contrast between rural Myrtleford and a  … Continue reading

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Day 4 – Civilized Coffee in Myrtleford – Home of Renowned Cyclist Britt Kneebone

We had already been to Myrtleford to visit a friend’s parents who live there. It is a small town of probably only 3000 people and a very nice place. We saddled up for the ride into Myrtleford which would be … Continue reading

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Day 3 – Mt Hotham – Life After the Control Gates

On paper this climb is ok…there were a couple of areas we were warned about and I had them firmly in my planning process for eating/drinking and conserving energy. At kilometer 38 I should hit the Meg, a 500 meter … Continue reading

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Day 2 – Tawonga – Falls Creek – Tawonga Again – Most Climbing in a day ever

I am from Singapore which is very flat. Our highest climb in Singapore is called Mt. Faber which has an astonishing 92m of elevation. Singapore’s flatness and my lack of experience climbing mountains were the main reasons I wanted to … Continue reading

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Day 1 – Mt. Buffalo

Well this was supposed to be the easy day of the four day training camp so I thought nothing of having a few glasses of wine and a few ‘snags’ the evening before the climb up Mount Buffalo. According to … Continue reading

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Bright Boot Camp – 4 Days of solid hill climbing!

I signed up for the Bright Boot Camp to improve my climbing skills and to see a beautiful place in Australia. My friends Andrew and Lucinda were already signed up and asking me to go. After getting the necessary approvals … Continue reading

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