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Stuart MacRae

Member Profile: Stuart MacRae

"Adelaide Hills is my adopted home. Passionate about cycling. Love climbing Hills!"

Member Since: 2009

South Australia, Australia

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Parlee Z5


Dura Ace




Speedplay stainless

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6.5 kg

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18 Jan 2011 8:34 AM posted in Checkers Hill. To ride or Not to ride TDU 2011

The 'nicest' way back up (and probably quietest after this circus day) will be to head back the way you came in. Once you reach Echunga, continue on the same road through to Mylor. Then either stay on the Strath/aldgate Rd or better still, take a left in Mylor at Stock Rd and then a right into Aldgate Valley Rd and weave your way through to Aldgate on one of the nicest hills roads to ride. Then Stirling, Crafers and the bike path next to the freeway. There will no doubt be plenty doing the same thing. Paris Creek way is a good ride too with tougher pitches and will be very busy with vehicles no doubt on the way back. Of course you'll need to wait until the pro's have come through before using the above route. I'm feeling sad I won't be there writing this! Enjoy :)

11 Jan 2011 1:13 PM posted in Checkers Hill. To ride or Not to ride TDU 2011

Hi guys - living the Adelaide Hills and thus riding the local roads a lot, I'd say just do it. Checkers isn't too bad. I'm 48 and 6'2" and don't have a problem (but I am pretty skinny and I LOVE climbing). Checkers is not really a climb per se, it's a hill with a 500m steep section near the top that basically goes straight up and over. If you can stand up and pedal for a few minutes you'll get over the top no problem. As usual with hills, just don't go too hard at the bottom. Best bet will be to try and get up there in one of the early groups right from the start. The real problem will be the masses of people who WILL not be able to ride up it or will just give up and then walk, getting in the way of those who can actually ride up. A 53 / 39 will be fine. Me? I'll be riding the Alpine Classic before heading back to the quiet of the hills once more after the TDU circus. Enjoy! There is a HEAP of great riding in them thar hills :)


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