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Honda and Gilmore support Parra Pedal

Honda Dream Team leader and Commonwealth Games cycling gold medallist, Rochelle Gilmore is supporting the Amy Gillett Foundation’s Parra Pedal event on Western Sydney’s cycle-ways on Sunday, 13 February 2011.

Gilmore said the event was an excellent opportunity to introduce new riders to cycling and a chance for more experienced cyclists to join a mass participation ride with others at their level.

“The Parra Pedal event is a great way to get active and discover Western Sydney’s cycleways with family and friends,” Gilmore said. “Cycling is great exercise, fun and social and it provides a low-emission transport alternative.”

Download the entire article (PDF 86kb) here: Honda and Gilmore support Parra Pedal

Bay Crits Newspaper Articles

Attached is a PDF of some newspaper articles from the Jayco Bay Classic which took place in Geelong, Portarlington and Williamstown last week.

The Honda Dream Team took 3 of the 4 stages, the sprint, overall and teams classification.

Download the entire article (PDF 2.5Mb) here: Bay Crits Paper Articles

Honda Dream Team wins all at Jayco Bay Classic

The Honda Dream Team has taken a clean sweep at this year’s Bay Cycling Classic, with reigning champion, Rochelle Gilmore winning the overall title and the team also winning the sprinters and teams classifications.

Commonwealth Games gold medallist and leader of the Honda Dream Team, Gilmore won the overall Bay Classic title for the third time after taking two of the four stages.

“I’m so proud of the Honda Dream Team. Everything just comes together with these girls, we’re a really tight unit. It’s a great feeling to have achieved everything here, the yellow jersey, the sprint jersey and the teams classification.”

Download the entire Press Release (PDF 98kb) here: Honda Dream Team wins all at Bay Classic 050111

Gilmore and Goss take 2011 Jayco Bay Series Titles

Rochelle Gilmore defended her title and Matthew Goss joined an illustrious list of riders on the winners’ honour roll after the 2011 Jayco Bay Classic series decider in Williamstown today.

Whilst Gilmore’s win was straightforward following her series dominance, the win of Goss was hard fought, winning the stage by virtue of a sprint of the highest quality.

World championships bronze medallist Allan Davis and world under 23 road champion Michael Matthews finished second and third on the stage, with Matthews, who held the overnight lead, denied the chance to become the youngest ever winning of the series – by less than the width a wheel.

Download the entire Press Release (PDF 317kb) here: Gilmore and Goss take 2011 Jayco Bay Series Titles

Honda team race to one, two

Tiffany Cromwell of the Honda Dream Team won the second round of the Bay Cycling Classic in Portarlington today, securing first and second position overall for the Honda team.

Cromwell took the win on the challenging Portarlington circuit after extending her lead from a breakaway early in the race.

“It’s been a nice confidence boost to take the win today, the first of 2011, it feels really good.  I enjoyed the course. It’s technical, it’s hard, there are climbs, it suits me and the girls gave me the opportunity today to go for it so I did and was happy I could pull it off for the team,” Cromwell said.

Download the entire Press Release (PDF 148kb) here: Honda team race to one, two

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