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Gender: Male

Age: 66

Total Times Entered: 73

Favourite Course:
Norton Summit (16 rides)

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dean watson

Member Profile: dean watson

Member Since: 2008

South Australia, Australia

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Hill Climbs

12 Feb 2012: Alpine Classic - 7hrs 41mins 20secs

12 Feb 2012: Corkscrew Road - 11mins 33secs

02 Feb 2012: Mt Donna Buang - 1hr 7mins 37secs

26 Jan 2012: Mt Hotham - 1hr 46mins 44secs

06 Feb 2011: Norton Summit - 16mins 16secs

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Circuits & Hill Climbs saved by this rider:

amys ride

Australia > South Australia > amy's ride

Australia > South Australia > coach road skye

France > Pyrenees Orientales > col de saraille

France > Pyrenees Orientales > col d'agnes

France > Pyrenees Orientales > col de latrappe

France > Pyrenees Orientales > col de la core (west side)

France > Pyrenees Orientales > col de la core

France > Haute-Savoie > la plagne


dean commented on his own time: "hardest but most rewarding ride to date. aimed for 8 hrs, went better!"

dean commented on his own time: "first climb post alpine classic on 29 january"

dean commented on his own time: "1st part of long ride-group of 4 climbing together."

dean commented on his own time: "strongish head from south east, but behind you on some of the switchback sections -overall slight head"

dean commented on his own time: "on my heaviest wheel set"

Forum Posts

29 Dec 2010 6:05 PM posted in help on the road

hey harley, havent seen you around for quite a while-hope you are traveling well. yes i checked all possibilities for tube damage but definitely faulty - confirmed by ebayer who sold me the tubes - i had a good result from complaint to him - he advised manufacturer has replaced the batch and he is sending me 6 replacements by express post!. hope to c u on the road soon, maybe around tdu - be good to see you on scuzzi ride again.

28 Dec 2010 2:15 PM posted in help on the road

cyclists are a great community in adelaide - many thanks to the guy who stopped yesterday late morning near to balhannah and gave me a tube. would like to have paid for that tube but wasnt carrying any money. i really was stranded. i'd pinch flatted the first tube and it was terminal and new spare was faulty-gassed it up and it went straight down, fixed a hole in tube??!! and pumped it, no more gas, but same again, another hole. when i got home i tried all new? tubes in batch of 6 i bought off internet, all faulty!

27 Dec 2009 6:09 PM posted in Ride Like Crazy - an overwhelming success!

hey dave, ride like crazy is on my agenda for next year! unfortunately broken bones from a bicycle crash 6 weeks ago are going to keep me out of action probably till late march!

27 Dec 2009 6:07 PM posted in Ride Like Crazy - an overwhelming success!

[quote=Dave Scutchings]I am proud to announce [b][color=#FF0000]Ride Like Crazy 2010[/color][/b], proudly supported by the South Australia Police. The event will be conducted on [b]Sunday January 17 2010[/b] and will support the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation and the Neurosurgical Research Foundation. [url=/pdf/RLC2010-Invitation.pdf]Please click here to view the "RLC2010 Invitation" which provides details relating to the event[/url]. Further details can be found at [url=][/url] Those who participated in Ride Like Crazy 2009 will be able to describe the emotions involved in that amazing day. Let's do it bigger and better in 2010...... edited by Admin on 30/10/2009 edited by Admin on 30/10/2009 edited by Dave Scutchings on 14/11/2009[/quote]

10 Oct 2009 6:22 PM posted in frame taking in water on wet rides

thanks for all the advice - thinking i will try the seat stem seal before i drill any holes in the frame - seat stem certainly seems the most likely candidate for letting water in (given that is where it seems to throw up to from the back wheel on wet rides) but still surprised at how much is getting in - mates are calling my bike "the submarine" - will pull the bb out again and dry out the frame totally before the seal job. just for interest JT CYCLES who sold me the bike in 05 had never heard of a similar problem!!


12 Feb 2012: For Sale - seat post

09 Nov 2011: For Sale - BICYCLE COMPUTER

10 Oct 2009: For Sale - bib short