awesome thank you ...just watched it with my new son on my lap, i smiled the entire time.....Desperate Moments said:
Now that is one bone deep ugly sprint!craig1985 said:
From a race today (ave. speed approx 42km/h). I was standing on a hill with my 300mm lense on my camera, and it was the sprint on the last lap. The strange thing was that a four man break had stayed away (nearly lapped the bunch), and another 3 man break was ahead (I had no idea why they attacked, they had zero chance of bridging up to the leading break), and one guy went off road as he was forced off by some crazy idiots in the sprint.
No, Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast.Spider1964 said:Now that is one bone deep ugly sprint!
I'm sure the guys riding it have the best of intentions and don't realise it, but they look to be all over the place AND way too close? That may be the camera angle? Personally, I always feel more nervous watching this kind of sprint, than actually doing it, must be the adrenaline?
Is that Murwillumbah?
IIRC, neither Bauer nor Planckaert celebrated because they had no idea who had won.No_Balls said:It was a sprint down to the very core. None afterwards knew who won the race. Planckaert i think won be a centimetre or something like that.
Winning this race with a sprint tells you about a very special race indeed. But Bauer took the defeat with style i remember (didn´t questioned the outcome and was very gracile in defeat).
That film is in the "bonus features" of Sunday in Hell DVD (withsubtitles).Desperate Moments said:
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