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Well, I auctally done this ride in the last 10 years and never get bored with it. The ride is start from 1700m ASL in the Kintamani region. Batur Volcano has a big outer ancient rim which has a fantastic singletrack along the rim with a various terrain. First we ride on a tarmac road for about four kilometres before we turn into a singletrack section on a pine forest. Then continue up and down on a singletrack with a breathtaking views of Batur volcano and it's lake. When you reach the top of the hill, you are able to see north coast (stretching from Lovina-Tulamben) on the left hand side.
The photos from the weekends event are now up. $18 for a high res download.
www.travisdeane.com and click on the folder.
You can browse or enter click on search to enter your race place. If you race plate was 035 simply type 35 (not 035) to get all your photos.
Here is a direct link: http://travisdeane.zenfolio.com/wage_kalamunda
I hope Jane and I got some good photos of you.
screwing around looking for lines
Now you can scope out your competition!
Also please check that your team is correct (especially those teams who have made changes)
Over 16,000 of them. The webhoster decided to take the server down this morning for some maintenance (brilliant timing) so if the website is slow for you let me know.
Front page: www.travisdeane.com
Search by race plate number: http://travisdeane.zenfolio.com/search.html
Race plate numbers: http://www.bluechiptracker.com.au/results.aspx?C...
I hope I got a good one of you (or three) and thanks for your patience.
If you're looking for excuses on a Friday afternoon we've made live all the photos of riders who we can't see their raceplate.
So have a browse. If you see a mate you can write a comment below the photo (or reply here with the link if you don't want to sign into the site).
We've been hitting it hard since the event and hope to get the photos up in less time than last year, despite having two shooters at the event. We've already uploaded around 9,000 images (more than last year) and today we are finally onto the last day. It will take us the rest of the week and the weekend to get through them all and upload them.
Some general observations at this point.
Bangers noticed the "Sneaker" count seem down. ie Higher % of riders with cycling shoes. What does that mean? We've speculated.
Only 4 riders in 3 days with headphones on. Yes we have their race plates.
Well I hope you had a more exciting weekend than Bangers and I. Grinding away processing photos. If you were at the event you might of noticed we had two shooters out bringing a mind numbing 25,000 images over 4 days. We're working hard to bring them to you as soon as possible but we are a long way from having them ready.
Once they are up you'll be able to search by race number and find your images.
All images will be at www.travisdeane.com
Thanks for your patience.
OLD DOGS LEARNING NEW TRICKS!
I’m not sure who was crazier - me for suggesting a trip to the USA mountain biking, or my husband Clem for agreeing! In late April we embarked on a trip to America to mountain bike as many trails as we could in 6 weeks. Less than two weeks after booking our flights we were off with our Specialised Stumpjumpers in tow. As we only had one other bag each we had free transport of our bikes all the way to the States which we thought was pretty good.