FDTT April Results

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FDTT April Results

Meg says, ” i’ll have results posted tomorrow.” Dionne says, “tomorrow?” Dionne was right. For those not present and living under a rock, Tuesday was legendary. Absolute worst conditions in the long and storied history of the Farm Dog TT. BIGTIME KUDOS to everyone that came out and DOUBLE BIGTIME KUDOS to Garrick who willingly

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2015 Farm Dog TT Series

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2015 Farm Dog TT Series

and so; it begins:  the 2015 Farm Dog TT series dates – Tuesday, April 7 Tuesday, May 5 Tuesday, June 2 Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, August 4th Tuesday, September 1 hint-hint: it’s the first Tuesday of every month IMPORTANT DETAILS: 1. Format will follow the same as yesteryears: 6 PM Registrations, 6:30 start. Park and

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Last Results – FD TT#6

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Last results of the year! I know a few riders had their best EVER times, and still others riding for the first EVER times. Dionne Shepley set a new Women’s Eddy Course Record 44:04(!!!) thus providing me inspiration to get out training. (It’s all about me, right?!) Way to go, Dionne!! Fastest times of the

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August FDTT Results

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Better late than never? See you in a few weeks: final TT of the season September 2, 2014.     Name E/A/ss m/f Overall time Avg Speed (kph) Colin E m 53.08 27.9 Tim G E m 51.29 28.9 Tania E f 49.42 30.0 Dave F E m 48.08 30.8 Heather P A f 48.02

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FDTT July Results

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Here they are! Kudos to all that battled the wind; it was WILD. Farmer Doug reports everyone looking miserable heading out at the Fruit Wagon, but that “they were really flying on the way back” New course record for fixies to JIMBO!     Name E/A/ss m/f Overall time Avg Speed (kph) Dave C a

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June TT Results – A Wild Night!

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June TT Results – A Wild Night!

Thanks for your patience, everyone! I’m feeling a little sorry for myself for having missed out on all the fun, but it was a fantastic concert! We seem to have reached critical mass and we are working on something to help us keep track of everyone; stay tuned for July.  Liam and I were talking

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April & May TT Results

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April & May TT Results

Our BIGGEST TT ever – 35 riders last night. Thanks so much for coming out! **SO MANY new riders last night – if you’d like to be added to our email list, please contact me: meg (at) farmdogcycles (dot) com …we are putting together some BEAUTIFUL FDC jerseys you will want to see!** I should

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Liam and Meg’s Farm Dog TT 2014

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Liam and Meg’s Farm Dog TT 2014

Happy Spring, everyone. I hope everyone survived the International Day of Happiness and has safely returned to the drudgery of March…but FEAR NOT! The Farm Dog TT is baaaaaack for another year, and our first TT is merely a week away. True happiness awaits! Our TT dates for 2014: Tuesday, APRIL 1st Tuesday, MAY 6th

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Final Results!

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It’s a wrap!  Once again, thanks to everyone for coming out! We’ll make plans for TT V2.0 in October – something fun to get us through the winter. I’d like to be able to send everyone their results and keep up to date on events/races/tours etc. – please message me (meg@farmdogcycles.com) with your email address if you’re interested

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Come Labour with us?

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 We are hosting our 2nd annual Labour Day century this Monday (yup, Labour Day is HERE.) We’ll ride from the Farm, out to Smtih and Wilson Estate Winery, chow down a picnic lunch, sample some wines, load up the truck and then pedal a much more full and tired version of ourselves back to Harrow.

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