So its taken me ages to write something up and races have been and gone but when I received this reply from Matti Rae the other day i though i should pass it on. I had been waiting for photos cause Yatesy had a rad set up on the night but he has been away for work and stuff. If you read this Mr Yates we would love to see some of those shots one day.
This thank you goes out to all who raced. $226 deposited into Matti's account.
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Deep in the backwaters of Woonoona, a South Coast local happened upon a tight, twisty, pathy nirvana. The grom-friendly concrete was perfect for a fun race and Tim Day decided to make it happen, drumming up support and setting a date.
After a postponement due to rain, the race was rescheduled for a few weeks later. Stoke grew as the date approached, with more and more crew clicking that attending button. The 26th came and with it a clear, still day, unseasonably…Click here for the full story
scarce details right now, just talked with Bow on the phone. Kelly killed the juniors and took first place!
1- James Kelly
2- Andrew Chapman
3- George Mackenzie
4- Brendan Davidson (junior winner for Brittania and Vernon)
Little shitty poof Kelly is on fire! Next stop, Maryhill. Looks like we might have an Australian taking the junior world champs this year! Kill it Kelly!
The weather forecast had not been looking good for a whole week leading up to the race, but a whopping thirty seven riders (not counting spectators, bystanders and photogs) actually showed up to take on Kongwak Road, rain or shine. The drive to Kongwak was ominous. Dark clouds as far as the eye could see and rain about half an hour out. Crossing our fingers and closing our eyes we chanted to ourselves…Click here for the full story
Lea Robbo was the fastest of the women, and there were too many groms to figure out who was the fastest, but Jack Meyn is the fastest runner - he always seems to get the long-distance proddy…Click here for the full story