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Old July 1st 03, 04:40 AM
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I don't know, but how hard are the Tue/Thu's anyway? I'm looking for a
hard day which is a bit easier than the hour of power, but I don;t know
anyone who does the brumbies bunch.



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I don't know, but how hard are the Tue/Thu's anyway? I'm looking for a
hard day which is a bit easier than the hour of power, but I don;t know
anyone who does the brumbies bunch.



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Old July 2nd 03, 12:40 AM
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Sh wrote:
"M" z wrote in message :3f01-
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Sorry, but what/where is the hour of power?

Crn of North Rd and Nepean Hwy Melbourne 6am each weekday




The "hour of power" is the Tue/Thu session. Wed is medium out and hard
back (small chainring day) and Mon/Fri are easy. They all start at 6am.

Having said atht, sometimes the rules aren;t followed. The Wed has been
pretty hard in recent weeks.



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Sh wrote:
"M" z wrote in message :3f01-
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Sorry, but what/where is the hour of power?

Crn of North Rd and Nepean Hwy Melbourne 6am each weekday




The "hour of power" is the Tue/Thu session. Wed is medium out and hard
back (small chainring day) and Mon/Fri are easy. They all start at 6am.

Having said atht, sometimes the rules aren;t followed. The Wed has been
pretty hard in recent weeks.



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