South Canterbury Mountainbike Club » Chocolate Fish Race Results

By: South Canterbury Mountainbike Club  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking North Otago designed another fantastic course with a good mix of fast flowing downhills, tight twisting uphills and the odd jump for those that were keen. The track used elements of the last race course but in reverse, and was a bit longer with some fast and fun downhill. The track was bone dry making for some fast lap times on the longer course. An overcast morning greeted the riders, making for good conditions to race in.

All competitors completed as many laps as they could in 30mins.

    Place Number Name   Laps Time
    1. 208 Richard Dukes Oamaru 5 34
    2. 232 Kelvin Fox Timaru 5  
    3. 215 Andrew Milne Oamaru 5  
    4. 231 Dave Hanson Waimate 5  
    5. 225 Paul Walker Timaru 5  
    6. 205 Campbell Liddell Oamaru 4  
    7. 209 Dave Small Timaru 4  
    8. 202 Nigel Shelley Timaru 4  
    9. 233 Matthew Milne Timaru 4  
    10. 230 Darren Gelson Timaru 3  
    11. 235 Thomas Galbraith Oamaru 3  
    12. 216 Grant Alding Oamaru 2  
    13. 213 William Shortus Timaru 2  
    14. 214 Tom Booth Oamaru 1

Thank you to the Waitaki District Council for letting us use Cape Wanbrow for the race, and thanks to Endura sportswear for the spot prizes.

Thanks to Andrew Milne and Mountain Biking North Otago for designing and preparing a great race track.

The next Choc Fish race will be held in the Scenic. Look out for details closer to the time. See you all there.

Keywords: Mountain Biking

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