Q&A with Jackie Wootton

Q&A with Jackie Wootton Which distance are you doing?  Originally the 110km, but after a netball injury resulting in a ruptured ACL and torn meniscus, I pleaded with my physio to help me get to a point where I can do the 30km so I can still participate. Who do you train with or do

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Q&A with Team CVMT

Q&A with Team CVMT (Cardio-Vascular Molecular & Therapeutics) at The Common Good Which distance are you doing?  The 5 of us in the lab are covering all of the distances from 30km to 100km. Who do you train with or do you prefer to ride solo?  We are a mixed bunch with some of us

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Q&A with Kate Phillips and the Porky’s Pedallers Team

Q&A with Kate Phillips, heart and double lung transplant recipient and 110km Tour de Brisbane rider as part of team Porky’s Pedallers. Which distance are you doing? Our team ‘Porky’s Pedallers’ is doing the 110km. Who do you train with or do you prefer to ride solo?  I personally train mostly indoors (mainly because I do

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Chicks Who Ride Bikes Ready to take on the Tour de Brisbane

With over 6,500 riders registered, the Brisbane cycling community is coming out in droves to ride their bikes on fully closed roads in the Tour de Brisbane partnered with Splatt Lawyers on Sunday 11 July.  Joining the start line are the Brisbane Chicks Who Ride Bikes, an all-female group of bike riders who hold group

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Local Legend takes on Mount Coot-Tha in the Tour de Brisbane

The Tour de Brisbane partnered with Splatt Lawyers rides into Brisbane City on Sunday 11 July, with one local Brisbane man taking the ride to new heights by completing the 110km bike ride on a CityCycle. Kent Ohori, founder of the ‘Rebound Club’ is riding the Tour de Brisbane to promote the use of physical

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