Shepparton Pussy Cats

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Shepparton Pussy Cats

A bunch of wannabees, couldabeens, rogues and local sporting legends of yesteryear who are the self appointed B-graders of the Shepp cycling scene. Go hard, but don't take yourself too seriously, or you'll cop a spray from Burlsey, Sully or Walks.

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Website: http://toze12.wix.com/cats-site
Location: Shepparton
Members: 100
Latest Activity: 20 hours ago

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Comment by jon mathieson on March 3, 2012 at 12:07pm

Only the hard men out today in the rain, Keeno, goog's muddy and me, and after usin 6 bombs on fixing a flat, keeno was riding with a 100 kilo gas bottle straped on his back just in  case we got another puncher. Chris Ala was pissin himself watchin us four f--kwits and goods got freezer burns to one hand when his bottle wouldn't stop.  anyhow  coffee was great and warm.  hope all you softy's had a nice sleep in and dipped the wick !!

Ronny how is the ticker and Kremmmorrrrrrrr hows your situation with the water yell out if you need anything done at home the cats will help !!

I notice that fittttt Phil has been quoted in the paper today and is incharge of the flood plans for the region, to bad he is going on hols.........

Comment by cam walker on March 3, 2012 at 11:22am

will they be changing the name from Ironman to something else?

Comment by john Kremor on March 3, 2012 at 9:37am

tony this is your chance to surf and stick it up the kiwis

Comment by Tony Moore on March 3, 2012 at 9:05am

Bad luck alright, Jase. Not sure about another one. Extremely windy and cold today so not great conditions. It would be very hazardous on a bike especially out of town where its open countryside with very little protection from the wind. When you look at the lake you would think you were looking out to sea its so choppy, lots of white-caps and waves rolling in to shore. They might run a half IM tomorrow. Such is life. 

Comment by Jazzy Jase on March 3, 2012 at 8:53am
Bad luck about new zealnd Tony. I'm sure you would of been up for riding with 120 km winds. Dies this mean you just get to retire or you still got to do 1 last ironman.
Comment by david paton on March 2, 2012 at 8:29am

http://youtu.be/UZj-1IyqK3Y     enjoy on this wet morning

Comment by keeno on March 1, 2012 at 6:18pm

This hard man stayed in the cot this morning.

I'll be out with the 6.00am's tomorrow, even if it's just for coffee

Hope your not flooded out Matho, lets know if you need any help with anything!

Comment by jon mathieson on March 1, 2012 at 9:44am

YER STRADS  Did you have your wet suit on Keeno, alzemirs is a barstard I think ! and this rain will be affecting the training scedule of  Fit,  Fabulace, Phil it may take him a day or so more to maximum  PEAK fittness.

Hope tmorrow is ok for the freaky day and coffee

Comment by David Stradling on March 1, 2012 at 8:45am

Hey Keeno who were the other hard men out with you this morning ?

Comment by Paul O'Dwyer on February 28, 2012 at 4:48pm

Great roll-up on Sunday for GV Vets 3rd annual Open Handicap at Dookie

Over 100 entries with about 25 local vets

Terrific results from John Tielen[2nd],Neville Laffy[6th] and Steve Fairless[fastest time],unlike some of us who went out the arse after the first hill!

Good luck to Tony and hope  that Ronnie is back on track soon

 

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