Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Bring on the road trip

it's begun, the road trip to Canberra for the National 24hr titles. If you are heading up, see you there, if you aren't, stay tuned and I will try get some updates going.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

R.I.P Willo...

It hurts even to type the words, but fellow enduro nutter, great friend and ambassador to our sport has died in South Africa this morning. You will be hugely missed buddy.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Hot off the press...

I hope I haven't jumped the gun, but I was sent this article today. AMB should be on the shelf in the next couple of days. Grab yourself a copy.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Product update...

I have just dusted off my lights now that the days are getting shorter. I thought this would be a great time to give you a product update from Ayup. Last year they released the new V4 kit. The updates from the old kit include a brilliant custom hard case, two red saxon caps (turns your lights into ultra bright rear light), Gecko mounts, the headband kit (head tourch) and the new batteries are now have low/high/flashing modes. I won't go into the full details on my thoughts on the lights as a whole, you can read my original review HERE. But I will say, these additions have put Ayup at the top of it's game when it comes to lighting systems. Visit their website for more details and to make a purchase.
The custom hard case. Watertight, I want to see Qantas smash this puppy.

The contents. All neatly place in foam packing. Easy to store you entire kit.

Red Saxon caps. Strap it to you post and you have a very bright rear light.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Keeping you in the loop...

Sorry I haven't been keeping you in the loop lately, things have been really busy. Work has picked up and I am now working more than I have for the past 4 years. This is a good thing. Training has been going well, plenty is being done and my form is starting to improve. The biggest issue is getting enough recovery to make the training worth while. With the kids back at school, ever night is taken up with their extra activities. Fun times.

Hopefully things are on track for a good race at Easter, but we will have to see. I have Simon Knowles looking after my training now. It is so good not to have to think about what riding I should be doing. He really knows his stuff and gives me flexibility to keep in tune with what the rest of the family is up to.

Please check over to my garage, I have some good deals going. Including my beloved Look 555 road bike and a kick arse T6c Suunto training wrist computer.