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victoriac
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120km Enduro

Postby victoriac » Mon Oct 01, 2012 08:03 am

On Saturday I did my first 120km Enduro which was tough. Really tough.
I was the only woman that took part and when I got to the 100km mark I knew why as I hit a wall :shock: but I carried on and finished in the set time and took plenty of little rest stops so that I could get all the way round. I wasn't in it to beat the boys, I just wanted to finish!
Now that I've recovered, I feel amazing and I just wanted to say that if any of you ladies are thinking about doing an enduro it's well worth it. It was painful at times but it was a brilliant challenge and I'm already planning my strategy for beating my time next yea. :D

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Re: 120km Enduro

Postby Levi_501 » Tue Oct 02, 2012 15:14 pm

victoriac wrote:when I got to the 100km mark I knew why as I hit a wall :shock: :D


Did you damage the bike?

Sorry, could not resist :mrgreen:

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Re: 120km Enduro

Postby victoriac » Wed Oct 03, 2012 17:10 pm

:D :D

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Re: 120km Enduro

Postby mobilekat » Sun Oct 07, 2012 13:21 pm

Well Done!!

Due to health issues this year I have been celebrating if I manage to ride 10km, so am in awe if people doing enduros!

First enduro and by default you can also say you won- being the only female there!
Wheeze..... Gasp..... Ruddy hills.......

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Re: 120km Enduro

Postby glamor » Thu Oct 25, 2012 16:01 pm

This is just fantasy near to me that you enroll 120km travel without any damage in your bike. I am also found off such kind of adventure.
Anyway keep it up buddy...


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