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Bike Carnival

Today was our rest day and this is possibly the busiest rest day we had so far. We had the bike carnival in the morning which runs races and time trials. It was a great day and everyone was getting involved in the racing. It was held at 10 o'clock and went for 2 hours. There were 6 teams who signed up for the race and there were two people in each team. There were a total of 12 people who raced today. It was great to see some of the finest bikers getting themselves involved today. The prizes were a bike frame for the top 4 finest bikers and they get to keep it as a trophy. 

Elliot - St Albans SC


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