Tuesday, September 18, 2007

DSIS Training Rides

The Dally St Institute for Sport is now logging training rides on Bikely. I have added two rides already... the 100km Northern Flats and the 60km Warrandyte-Mt Pleasant-Red Rooter hill blitz. DSIS members please contribute more and provide links.

Bikely is a website with a very easy route plotting tool for bikes. It provides an elevation graph after you have plotted your route! (Go to 'show' --> 'elevation').

Dally St Institute for Sport Scholarship Holders

Tim Watson
Cameron McKenzie
Alex James


Blogger timboy said...

I didn't think you ever went training dude?

This is a revelation.

Work must be pretty quiet today!

10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

*cough* Cam is soft *cough*
This is a beauty of a ride

OR the mother of all mothafuckers

Jono aka fat boy.

3:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Note!! You are actually supposed to do the return trip from Thredbo after htting up the bakery... (which is fucken expensive)


3:01 AM  
Blogger timboy said...

Hey Jono- answer your goddamn phone when I call you!!!

Tried to call the other night from my landline and got nothing.

PS good luck for the midlands tour this weekend!!!

6:26 AM  
Blogger C-MAC said...

Soft boy says: I hate cars.

Route to Warrandyte Bridge, start of all good rides...


Route from the bridge to the Dandenongs so you don't have to ride through 20km of industrial estates and get run over by a drunk semi-trailer driver reaching for another Tinny...


Total distance do Dandies from DSIS: 40km.
Few traffic lights: free.
Not getting killed or injured by a truck: priceless.

11:17 AM  
Blogger C-MAC said...

Suggested route home from Dandies:

Mountain Hwy, Boronia Rd, Mitcham Rd, Eastern Fwy Bike Path.

Suggested time on Burwood Hwy:

0 minutes.

11:21 AM  
Blogger C-MAC said...

Dally St Double Ton

Weight loss, wind and no traffic lights for about 170km.


1:28 PM  
Blogger timboy said...

Who's 'Tim Watson'?

7:09 PM  
Blogger C-MAC said...

A footballer? WTF?

7:54 PM  

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