The run started with a jolt for me, I’d talked myself into not going, but the sound of Dean sneaking down his valley a few kilometres away snapped me to attention. ‘I’ll just go to the start,’ I told
I’m at my desk on a Monday morning, and although I’m a little sad that today is Longest Day and I’m not chasing the sun west – Boris Everson went up to the headland at 5.30 this morning and there
I DARE someone to show up with Turkish bread. My ANZAC bikkies will kick its Dardenelles ARSE! And the other bikkies, too. See you losers tomorrow! I’m SO going to win. 5.00am at the Wimpy or 5.30am on Sawtell Headland.
We’re all go for Sunday morning. We’ll depart Sawtell Headland and around 5.30am, and you’ll normally find the starters fuelling up and grabbing last-minute coffees at the Wimpy from about 5.00am. Pottsy has really fabulous trophies to award, and I’m
The biscuit dough has hit the pan. There’s gunna be trouble. An e-mail showed up from Ramdog Dave Ramsay, and here’s what he said… ‘G’day Tom, I’ve been mildly amused by your yarn on the Hard Pannier Ride you did
The DualSport Australia Christmas Grasstrack has run, and it was a ball-tearer. After the unbelievable heat of Friday, Saturday turned out to be a whole heap cooler and fairly overcast. That was a relief, because when Marty took us on
To put to rest any talk of an uneven playing field, the Dualsport Australia Christmas grasstrack has been carved in by my neighbour, Wolfy. True to form it’s full of tricky off-cambers and tight turns, but Wolfy made some allowances