With The Quarter Pounder done and dusted, it's full steam ahead with the next Quickie Events. Yes that's right, plural - I'm going to be working on three at once, so I can line them up in the new year. This is probably how most event companies do it, and I've been a little slow catching on, but hey I'm still new at this.
Right now I'm plotting a course for A Quickie in the Hills - a duathlon up the Port Hills. As always it's proving a bit tricky initially, as I want to stay off any roads but there are quite a few crossings, as well as some sections of single track are slightly dangerous, so I need to work out where the runs take place and where the biking happens. I need to think of keeping the course awesome and enjoyable whilst trying to minimise risk of any spills. Of course up there, potential bails come with the territory - that's what makes it freakin sweet!
I shot this time lapse on the Port Hills with me mate Simon Waterhouse, who gave me a lesson to try achieve the best results. I think it came out alright. Be nice to complete a Quickie Event with the sun setting like this ay, imagine the photos we'd get as you cross the finish line! H
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