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Gender: Male

Age: 55

Total Times Entered: 1

Favourite Course:
Menglers Hill - TDU version (1 ride)

Longest Ride:
210 km

Fastest Speed:
87.9 kph

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Philip Knight

Member Profile: Philip Knight


Member Since: 2008

South Australia, Australia

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11 Oct 2008: Menglers Hill - TDU version - 5mins 15secs

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Philip commented on his own time: "logged with GPS data logger"

Forum Posts

24 Jul 2010 7:13 AM posted in Bike setup in Adelaide

there has been some recent discussion [url=]here[/url]

15 Feb 2010 6:55 AM posted in Map-your-ride

I use a Garmin 705. I use [url=]Ride with GPS[/url] to prepare a tcx file for a ride, and analyse the ride taken with [url=]SportsTracks[/url] sufficient for my purposes. <em>edited by Philip Knight on 15/02/2010</em>

16 Nov 2009 9:54 PM posted in Single Speed / fixie

[url=]Sheldon[/url] is the usual reference [url=]LFGSS[/url] is a wealth of information and an Australian [url=]forum[/url] and an Australian forum for the [url=]hipsters[/url] a lot to read, and use the search functions before asking a question on those sites, or the standard reply is UTFS

09 Oct 2009 6:59 AM posted in Recovery nutrition

[img][/img] make sure you get the kit to match

20 Sep 2009 6:07 PM posted in Giant vs Scott

[quote=Daniel Kelly]I noticed Bike Insurance mentioned, bit off the topic but anyone got recommendations?[/quote] For comprehensive house and contents inc bike (as long as I am not racing or motor pacing, which I don't) I switched to CGU. Mutual Community also seems to have fully covered a mates bike mishap (car turned in front of him). Whatever you do carefully read the fine print, and make sure it covers you when you are riding, or having a coffee. Some only cover when it is in secure premises, or locked in a locked garage.


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