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Date Posted: 01:11:21 04/02/06 Sun
Author: elcaro
Subject: Re: Great website
In reply to: Kevin Smith 's message, "Great website" on 17:24:02 07/14/05 Thu

Gee, i've only just come across this forum today but about a month ago decided to set up a very similar forum after looking for a road-training partner in vorb and finding no welly-based resources!

I see loads of people out on the road but the lack of use of this forum would indicate that the forum i've created won't be used more either but for those interested it's at http://www.bishop-nz.com/WRB-forum/index.php - anyway it's there if it's useful.

After scraping around Taupo (completely unprepared) i want to improve my riding and am looking to do some decent rides before Taupo-2006 (this year my max was 75k at Waikanae a couple of weeks before!) so that i can enjoy it more ;-) So, what i'm after is someone interested in some early saturday or sunday morning rides of varying length from 40k upwards - as a guide i am comfortable doing a Fryberg-RoundBays-Fryberg in 1:15-1:30. I don't know how i would fit in with the regular rides with that pace so any indications from anyone would be useful!

Anyway, if you're interested in early-weekend rides post a message either here or my forum - i'll be monitoring both.



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