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Mountain biking 3:07'09.8 Average heart rate 151 bpm, 32.13 km.
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Hi Everyone. What a day for all those who did IRONMAN SOUTH AFRICA. It sounds like the new bike route made a great change of scenery and in true PE fashion the wind reared its ugly head. So to those who felt a little disappointed with slower times, don’t be. The UCI MTB world cup was held at PMB at the week-end, with local downhill hero Greg Minaar making the podiums last step. There are two weeks to Tour Durban. So to the Durban locals I hope you are going to take advantage of the full road closure and take a tour of Durban. For those upcountry people, you welcome to join the fun. Until later Crusty Guy.
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