Lifecycle Victories - Epic and State Champs

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Congratulations to Lifecycle rider, Brad Nightingale who won this years Peppers Hidden Vale Epic MTB race.  He thrashed his opponents by putting more than 6 minutes into them over the 52km race.  Even with this time gap he still remained the gracious winner he is by giving an excellent post race interview.  Looking good Brad!

Simone Grounds, also won her first State title in the 90km QLD Womens Road Race.  Her climbing skills allowed her to drop Louise Kerr on the final climb of the day and from there she increased her lead to over three minutes.   Good work Simone! 

 


 

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