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Member Statistics

Gender: Male

Age: 41

Total Times Entered: 18

Favourite Course:
Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) (5 rides)

Longest Ride:
220km

Fastest Speed:
95kph

Avg Distance per Week:
150 - 200km

Mark Drake

Member Profile: Mark Drake

"Roadie/MTBer "

Member Since: 2008

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details

Height:

178

Resting Heartrate:

N/A

Current Weight:

63 kg

Maximum Heartrate:

N/A


Favourites

Food:

Hamburger

Drink:

Coffee

Holiday:

Somewhere warm and beachy

Super Hero:

Superman

Music:

Rock and Roll

Movie:


Bike Details

Frame:

Trek 5000

Wheels:

Bontrager

Groupset:

600 Ultegra SL

Pedals:

105 Clips

Bike Weight:

8.9 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

17 May 2010: Kensington Road Lookout - 7mins 45secs

27 Apr 2010: Norton Summit - 16mins 0secs

15 Apr 2010: Ansteys Hill - 10mins 30secs

26 Aug 2009: Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) - 25mins 13secs

23 Aug 2009: Windy Point - 11mins 50secs

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Circuits

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Saved Courses

Circuits & Hill Climbs saved by this rider:

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Comments

Mark commented on his own time: "Happy with that as it has been a long time since riding up here."

Mark commented on his own time: "New rear tire and revived legs post Alphutte, slowed a bit too much on the main straight but was able to keep the cadence up most of the way."

Mark commented on his own time: "Happy with the time considering how tired my legs were and that it was unplanned for todays ride."

Mark commented on his own time: "Thought it went for longer...."

Mark commented on his own time: "Kept the pace up but the wind mixed between slight/strong tail to a slight head."


Forum Posts

26 Sep 2009 3:57 PM posted in Swooping Magpies

After been attacked while going up the Summit I thought I'd try my luck on the way back sown, but the bugger still tried to attach itself to my jersy. I heard a couple of eyeballs attached to the back of your helmet should do the trick. No maggies up Greenhill though. :cool:


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