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1 Fareham Wheelers Road Race on Tue 19 Apr 2011, 08:14

Very Happy Well done to Andy and Rich, flying the PNE flag at the Fareham Wheelers road race at the weekend.

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2 Re: Fareham Wheelers Road Race on Tue 19 Apr 2011, 20:56

Cheers dave,
James A raced as well but was DNF due to technical issues. We are all at it again wednesday and saturday (mountbatten).

There were some KLP's from the race and lots of areas for improvement. The one thing that is for sure it that we will be doing more winter miles this year. The preparation we did over the last winter has stood us in good stead but more is required.

Hope to see you soon.


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3 Re: Fareham Wheelers Road Race on Wed 20 Apr 2011, 04:41

Thats generous Rich, it was more of a body breakdown!! Laughing

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4 Re: Fareham Wheelers Road Race on Wed 20 Apr 2011, 04:55

Thanks also Dave!

It was a really good day and a good experience! Tough but enjoyed it! I think we all rode well too to stick it out! But as Rich says, lots of learning points and lots to build on!

A good photo gallery of the race can be found here, we feature in a fair few of the pictures:


I'm looking good to be able to make Mountbatten tomorrow, and will definitely be racing Saturday.

Also, the next road race, the next local one looks to be Team Axiom's Tour of the Milburys. It's a two stage race, with a road race and a hilly time trial. The full details can be found here:


And the entry details here:


I've popped an application in the post so hopefully see you on the start line!

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