Also this morning's Mt Buffalo Challenge 3 out of 4 bikes were Cannondales and we could of had 4 out of 4 if Laurie had ridden his Supersix instead of his faithful Litespeed. If you look at the Mt Buffalo Challenge post I've updated the times.
Saturday's race was held at break neck speed and I found myself in the B grade group. The hammer was down from the start as we had the likes of Tully Lyster and Ashley Baines (making a rare appearance at club level)and others chasing us down.
The whole race came together during the second lap of the course and then it was pretty much a case of trying to hang on to the wheel in front until the finish. As the pace lifted to another level on the undulating rises heading back to Elderado I redlined and was dropped finishing a few minutes off the pace. Congratulations go to Gavin Frawley (on a Cannondale) for getting the win in the sprint (it must of been the way we looked after him in our bunch) and Tully Lyster (on a brand new Cannondale which was only put together a few minutes before he had to leave for the race) for again clocking the fastest time.
Everyone who rides and races should read this article on the CyclingTips website about how to do rolling turns. I know it helped me to improve this area of my riding as well as talking to other experienced riders about the subject.