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Team Sky Training Ride
 

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Tim123
Joined: 01 Apr 2004
Posts: 249
Location: Adelaide

1/30/13 10:58 PM

Team Sky Training Ride

Figured some of you guys could use some sun while shivering through winter.

Team Sky cruising some of the local Adelaide roads on a training ride during the TdU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wtH7yI0KT6c

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Kz8HEFLJswY


Last edited by Tim123 on 1/31/13 4:54 PM; edited 1 time in total

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DPotter
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 945
Location: Portland, Maine

1/31/13 10:06 AM

Thanks! If it weren't for all the deadly animals that want to kill you, Oz looks like a great place to ride and live :)

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Tim123
Joined: 01 Apr 2004
Posts: 249
Location: Adelaide

1/31/13 5:12 PM

Deadly animals? Ahh, the motorists aren't that bad! :)

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ErikS
Joined: 19 May 2005
Posts: 8287
Location: Slowing boiling over in the steamy south, Global Warming is real

1/31/13 8:06 PM

Our perception of the land down under is every bug, lizard, snake, spider, jelly fish, platypus and whatever else is alive is out to kill us.

BTW TTCC, former poster here, studies funnel web spider venom for possible non-narcotic pain reliver options. One of Australia's finest of course.

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Nick Payne
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 2297
Location: Canberra, Australia

1/31/13 9:46 PM


quote:
Our perception of the land down under is every bug, lizard, snake, spider, jelly fish, platypus and whatever else is alive is out to kill us.

Actually, the most venomous snake in Australia (the Inland Taipan) has never been known to kill anyone, in large part because its range is limited to very sparsely settled regions in Western Queensland and Northern South Australia where the population density is less than 0.1 persons per square kilometre.

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