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Total Times Entered: 63

Favourite Course:
Norton Summit (12 rides)

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James Raison

Member Profile: James Raison

Member Since: 2011

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details



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Current Weight:

77 kg

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Bike Details


Cervelo R3


Sram S60 or Mavic R-Sys


Sram Red



Bike Weight:

8 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

02 Oct 2012: Greenhill Rd to Mt Lofty Summit - 40mins 20secs

02 Oct 2012: Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) - 30mins 22secs

01 Oct 2012: Sheoak Road to Upper Sturt Rd - 20mins 15secs

26 Aug 2012: Mt Osmond from Beaumont - 12mins 0secs

19 Aug 2012: Mt Osmond from Beaumont - 12mins 33secs

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07 Nov 2010: amy's ride - 3hrs 10mins 0secs

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Forum Posts

08 Aug 2011 9:14 PM posted in Sram red chain slip

Thanks for the advice mate, I will give it a crack!

31 Jul 2011 7:24 PM posted in Sram red chain slip

Howdy, just a quick question to those with greater mechanical ability than myself! So I just got a new bike with Sram red drive train. Clocked up some miles on it and noticed an oddly specific chain slip. When on the smallest sprocket, putting some force through the pedals, the chain slips a tooth. It does it consistently every few seconds under those conditions, and only on that gear. Is this just a matter of the rear derailleur spring being a bit loose and not keeping enough tension on the chain? Cheers in advance, James

28 Apr 2011 2:23 PM posted in Which is the hardest hill ride in Adelaide?

Wow, Cherryville sounds horrendous. It's on the to-do list now.

24 Apr 2011 1:01 PM posted in Which is the hardest hill ride in Adelaide?

Aha! Now I've had the exact same thought recently, so I teamed up with my Garmin 705 to go and find out. I still have one more that I haven't done, Sheoak Rd, but I still have a rough list. So here are my top 5 that I have done. 5: Montacute Road or Greenhill Road. Not because they are particularly steep, but they are long. 4: Corkscrew Rd 3: Checker Hill Rd 2: Coach Road, just off the top of The Parade. 1: Woodland Way/Coachhouse Drive. This is the winner because it has the massive gradients that you find on Checker & Coach road, but is 2.6km for the whole climb. Ouch... <em>edited by James Raison on 28/04/2011</em>


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