Stage 1 With the shortest yet fastest stage ahead of me I knew this was going to be a tough one. I lined up at the front with the rest of the elite riders hoping to make an impact on the race. As the normal welcomes and ceremonial procedure finished the race was ushered out […]Read more "Port To Port MTB 2017"
If you missed The Port To Port Documentary a few weeks back be sure to check it out below. I was lucky enough to not only have the race in my backyard but to also be the featured rider. A big Thanks goes to the Port To Port media team. Focus Bikes Australia, Breakaway Cycles […]Read more "Port To Port Documentary 2014"
8:45am – A little bit of an earlier start to the race today and I was excited because we were going to be racing on some familiar trails from around my local area. In my warm up, I went and had a look at the climb twice, just getting the blood pumping and having a […]Read more "Stage 4 Port to Port – Cams Wharf – 46.4km"
9am – The start was right on queue with the top elite riders still rolling around in front of the start line just moments before the official start. I placed myself on the front row in one of the two car tracks that had been warn in as it was and uphill start and onto […]Read more "Stage 3 Port to Port – Briar Ridge – 50.7km"
Today was wet and muddy and it was going to interesting 9am – We lined up in overall standing with the top ten male riders being seeded and then the top women with the rest of the field after. A short pause for photos and then we were off lead out by the Burton Toyota […]Read more "Stage 2 –Port to Port – Lindemans Wines – 54.71km"