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Member Statistics

Gender: Male

Age: 45

Total Times Entered: 79

Favourite Course:
Norton Summit (18 rides)

Longest Ride:

Fastest Speed:

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Brett Aitken

Member Profile: Brett Aitken

"If you're in the gutter you might as well look at the stars!"

Member Since: 2008

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details



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Current Weight:

74 kg

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Mum's Chop Suey


Egg Nog



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Bike Details


S Works Tarmac




Sram Red


Keo Carbon

Bike Weight:

7 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

24 Jul 2010: Norton Summit - 16mins 6secs

06 Dec 2008: Norton Summit - 13mins 35secs

29 Nov 2008: Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) - 21mins 25secs

16 Nov 2008: Windy Point - 9mins 48secs

08 Nov 2008: Norton Summit - 13mins 36secs

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29 Nov 2008: Filthy Fifty - 1hr 36mins 10secs

08 Nov 2008: Normon Circuit - 42mins 17secs

01 Nov 2008: The Sub 50 - 1hr 25mins 19secs

09 Oct 2008: Tour Down Under 09 Stage 2 - 5hrs 14mins 0secs

05 Oct 2008: Tour Down Under 09 Stage 4 - 5hrs 3mins 0secs

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Saved Courses

Circuits & Hill Climbs saved by this rider:

Australia > South Australia > Normon Circuit

Australia > South Australia > Monorton

Australia > South Australia > The Sub 50

Australia > South Australia > Windy G

Australia > South Australia > Training 171008

Australia > South Australia > Filthy Fifty

Australia > South Australia > Tour Down Under 09 Stage 5

Australia > South Australia > Amy's Ride 09 - Bicycle SA

Australia > South Australia > Tour Down Under 09 Stage 4

Australia > South Australia > Tour Down Under 09 Stage 3

Australia > South Australia > Tour Down Under 09 Stage 2

Australia > South Australia > The G Loop

Australia > South Australia > Tour Down Under 09 Stage 1


Brett commented on Shane Burgess's time: "Almost mate! Good ride."

Brett commented on Torsten Bunge's time: "Good ride Torsten, 5 attempts and getting better every time."

Brett commented on his own time: "Well, it's a start I guess. Watch the progress."

Brett commented on his own time: "Light drizzle of rain or was it sweat? Felt like I was going faster, apparantly not!"

Brett commented on his own time: "Thanks Rob, I think that time is a bit out of my league now. Maybe 8 or 9 years ago I might of had a pretty good chance but for now I think if I can go under 13 minutes again I'd be happy with that."

Forum Posts

20 Nov 2012 8:53 PM posted in Christoff Australia - Australcorse

Hi Adam, Pete Saw this post and had to reply. Jon Christoff was my very first cycling coach. There is a classic story I always refer to when Charlie Walsh first approached me when I was 16 about joining the AIS. Shayne Bannan who is currently the head cycling coach of Cycling Australia was also there along with Malcolm Morris (the National Team masseur) for quite some time. I told them I already had a coach (Jon) and wasn't interested. It took a couple of years before Charlie would speak to me again :) Jon was a very giving person who donated alot of his time to believing in me, coaching me tactics and training from his chair (he had a severe stroke) and setting me up on my first bike (a Christoff) which took me 6 months to pay off. Mrs. Christoff made all my clothing in her home and without them I would never have gotten as far as I did in cycling. Unfortunately Pete, Jon passed away more than 15 years ago now. He was a huge part of the sport in the early days having helped many up and coming cyclists like myself. Adam, if you have a Christoff frame in good condition then you've got a real gem that is an iconic piece of South Australia's cycling history.

03 May 2012 1:26 PM posted in Corkscrew rd repeats

Hey guys I remember maybe 16 or 17 years ago Charlie Walsh had guys like me and O'Grady doing efforts up Corkscrew 10 times before finishing with another 100k after that. It was brutal.

02 Jun 2011 9:56 PM posted in Lance - Cheat or no cheat?

Just wondering if anyone has seen the youtube videos of the 60 minutes program with Tyler Hamilton accusing Lance of drug taking. What's the verdict? Do you think he's telling the truth or not?

19 Oct 2009 11:12 PM posted in Giant vs Scott

I'm riding both a Giant and a Scott but for two different reasons. I just started riding a TCR Advanced SL 0 on the road and it's pretty awesome. I can vouch for lightness, stiffness and a bike that's comfortable and easy to handle. Hopefully it will win me a few crits this year after I lose the 10 k-g's I put on over the winter. As for the Scott I've got a Sportster P1. I've never had so much fun on a bike! For almost 30 years I've had tunnel vision riding the roads of the Adelaide Hills and never seeing the vast array of dirt roads, fire trails and single tracks off the side while riding my roadie. The Sportster is a cool bike if you want to do a bit of everything (road and off road).

14 Aug 2009 9:15 PM posted in Adelaide Hill Climbs

Here's my two bobs worth: Best - Ansteys Hill or Norton Summit Worst - Belair Road Toughest - Knotts Hill or Greenhill Rd. Most Scenic - Montacute


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