Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Mt. Baw Baw

February 18, 2015
2015 Baw Baw Bunch

On Sunday the Domestique 7 Peaks Series wound to a close for 2014/15 with arguably the best climb of the lot: Mt. Baw Baw. This is a report from that ride.

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A day with Donna: a fitness test and supporting Everesting

February 11, 2015
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Last Saturday I headed out to Mt. Donna Buang for a couple of reasons: to have a crack at the climb and see where my fitness is at, and to support a bunch of amazing women who were trying to “Everest” the climb.

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The top 10 Australian climbs that aren't on Strava

February 4, 2015
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In the years since its inception Strava has undoubtedly changed the way many of us approaching cycling. Strava segments have made it easier than ever before to track performance on our favourite climbs, and virtually every piece of road seemingly has its own Strava segment. But if you look hard enough you’ll find a whole bunch of great roads that haven’t yet been Strava-ised. David Blom has done just that.

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More cycling in the Adelaide Hills

January 30, 2015
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At the Tour Down Under in Adelaide last week I got the chance to check out a few new climbs. Here are my impressions of those climbs and some thoughts about where I’d love to ride when I’m next in town.

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The Climbing Cyclist kit now available!

January 14, 2015
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It’s taken years but we finally got around to making a The Climbing Cyclist kit. Limited stock is currently available but if you order now your item(s) will arrive in time for the Domestique 7 Peaks Series ride at Mt. Baw Baw on February 15.

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Dinner Plain

January 7, 2015
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A trip to the Victorian Alps between Christmas and New Year’s Eve saw us tackle four big climbs in three days as part of the Domestique 7 Peaks Series. On the final day we tackled the long and challenging climb to Dinner Plain.

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Come and support the women's Nationals road race

January 7, 2015
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On January 10, The Climbing Cyclist, Hells 500 and Fondo will be organising a day out on the slopes of Mt. Buninyong to support the women riding the Australian Nationals road race. We hope you can join us!

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Mt. Buffalo

January 5, 2015
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A trip to the Victorian Alps between Christmas and New Year’s Eve saw us tackle four big climbs in three days as part of the Domestique 7 Peaks Series. On the afternoon of the second day we tackled the beautiful Mt. Buffalo.

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Mt. Hotham

January 2, 2015
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A trip to the Victorian Alps between Christmas and New Year’s Eve saw us tackle four big climbs in three days as part of the Domestique 7 Peaks Series. This report is about the second of those four rides, the climb up Mt. Hotham.

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Falls Creek

January 1, 2015
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Between Christmas and New Year’s Eve the Domestique 7 Peaks Series headed up to the Victorian Alps for four climbs in three days. The first of those was the climb from Mt. Beauty to Falls Creek.

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Tour of Bright 2014 (Nick Liau on Men's C Grade)

December 10, 2014
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When it comes to hilly bike races in Victoria few carry the same prestige as the Tour of Bright. Held over three days the race begins with an individual time trial before concluding with two road races, both with a summit finish. Nick Liau wrote about his experience in Men’s C Grade at this year’s race, held over the weekend.

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Mt. Buller

December 3, 2014
2014 Mt Buller Bunch

After a wet and miserable day at Lake Mountain a fortnight earlier, the Domestique 7 Peaks Series continued at Mt. Buller on Saturday in much better weather. Here’s my story from the day.

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Domestique 7 Peaks Series 2014/15: Lake Mountain

November 19, 2014
2014 Lake Mountain Bunch

Horrendous conditions threatened to derail the first ride in the 2014/15 Domestique 7 Peaks Series at Lake Mountain. But a dedicated group of roughly 200 riders braved the wet and the cold to tackle the climb.

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