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Laura  Vize
Daily commuter of varying addict...slowly recovering fitness after the now famous head plant incident of January 2014!
Timo Zauner
Rachelle Schreiber
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Mark Rainier-Pope
Enthusiastic rider having fun with a bike and mates. Always keen for a quick challenge on a hill . Best Ride: Tour de Lesotho.
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Ian McPherson
Faster, harder, higher......said NO ONE EVER on the OTP.
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Pierre Oosthuizen
I feel that I am entitled to my share of lightheartedness and there is nothing wrong with enjoying one's self simply, like a boy. ~ Leo Tolstoy
Jenna Edward
Began riding regularly in March 2012 to train for the Ride to Conquer Cancer after my 21yr old brother and 90yr old Grandfather were diagnosed with (and have sine beat!) the disease. Once my derrière forgave me for the first few long rides, I was hooked. Have been riding recreationally with my training buddy (mum) usually 2-3 days a week for the past year around the Gorges, Brooklyn and Mona Vale road. And now this little voice in my head tells me to ride more, ride whenever I can... So here I am... It's the perfect antidote to a desk-job!
Ian Cuthbertson
Winning Is Nothing. Your behaviour is everything. That means I wont race you but I will know if you have been dropped off the back of the group. This is the mission statement of our social group on the Central Coast which is the St Huberts Island Triathlon Club. Shortened it reads S.H.I.T. Club. Shortened further it reads S Club. I am S Club Ride Captain so I plan all the weekend rides and any way trips. The bunch has also left me responsible for safety and etiquette. Go figure.
Tony Doherty
Being Asquith born and bread, living off a small Cul-de-sac (Laurel Close) with heaps of kids all my age. Bike riding was the only way to get around. Whether it was learning to wheelstand all the way up our street, getting some serious air jumping a wooden ramp or hitting the fire trails around Hornsby Heights. It was truely a good way to learn bike riding skills. After I left school the Pacific highway to Chatswood was the way to go. The thirty minute commute was fun, fun until the day I stopped riding for 20-odd years. I found out the hard way that cars can stop way faster than a bike! Anyhow, 23 years past - I had left my youth and my 68kg frame was a distant memory. Pushing 46 years old and 92kg, I had enough of roundabout of home-work-home via the "Barry". So I decided to ride again. Back in early April 2012 I met Dobbo we chatted, then a week or so later so met again and he told me all about ER. Things haven't looked back since. The Epping chapter of Dobbo, Zaltko, Lobster, Simon, Danny the Boy, BT and I has grown. Without the ER group, I know I would have been back on the "barry" a long time ago.
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Adventure guy
Ben Scott
Early riding years spent around the streets of the northern suburbs of Wollongong on my Raleigh grifter BMX variant. Several years later discovered mountain biking as part of Adventure racing and ever since have spent many years in the meantime learning how to fall off my mountain bike. Have competed in a lot of events across Australia including GeoQuest, XPD, Max Adventure, AROC and Central Australian bike challenges. These days my riding is strictly limited to occasionally getting out on the road bike for travel to and from work these days (as a family of 3 daughters keeps me busy !)
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