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Mercy please!

Flooded roads, fallen power lines and trees and debris all over the road were factors that detracted from the fact that today we passed over the famous Golden Gate Bridge. Fly V Australia presented by Successful Living Foundation team were actually riding front row of the peloton over the bridge with no other than Lance Armstrong beside us.... Flooded roads, fallen power lines and trees and debris all over the road were factors that detracted from the fact that today we passed over the famous Golden Gate Bridge.

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Love....Hate
Valentines Day. The day of love. And once again, I get to spend it with a bloke in my hotel room. Time to step back into the office..... We have a pretty cool job sure. But when you have a week of pain in front of you it's a little bit of a bizarre feeling. Until Feb 22 we are going to be eating, sleeping and crapping cycling. There will be no time or energy to devote to anything else and at the end of the tour there will be a feeling of relief and elation. Bring it on. Back to school at 3:25 for me.
 
Tour of California 2009 Prologue as published on www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral

Welcome to my account of the Tour of California racing as part of the Fly V Australia presented by Successful Living Foundation cycling team. I'm going to tell it like it is, an honest report of what stressful and joyous occasions that will present throughout the course of the week..... Welcome to my account of the Tour of California racing as part of the Fly V Australia presented by Successful Living Foundation cycling team. I'm going to tell it like it is, an honest report of what stressful and joyous occasions that will present throughout the course of the week. I find it funny/unusual/frustrating that every year, every team, every rider, and every sponsor, know that by February, things in the cycling world need to be organized and underway. But every year, without fail, the majority of teams, including some of the world's biggest teams of whom you would be shocked to know, are running at the last minute to have everything dialed in before the start of the Amgen Tour of California.

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From the Boiling Pot and Into the....Freezer...but a win!

The Boulevard Road Race, quite often the season opener for a lot of guys in the US. California but winter. Sunny one year, snow blizzard/rain the next! A nice way to open the account for the year. The Aussie component of the team, including myself flew from Brisbane, Australia to LA, California, USA on Thursday, new bikes received on Friday and new clothing Saturday morning...time for a race no? The Boulevard is a lumpy old thing. You start at the top of the mountain, ride to the bottom and loop around and up to the top of the mountain again. 4 laps, 80 miles and snow. And rain. And cold. And wind. And snow, did I mention the snow.

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