Cycle Tour

Sport4Good Team Q&A Part 2

2011-01-25 14:38
Mike Luscombe
Cape Town - In the second of our Q&A sessions with one of the riders on the Sport4Good Cycling Team, we chat to the man in charge of bringing in money for, Mike Luscombe.

WIN a place in the Sport4Good Cycle Team

Q.  Have you ever done the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour before?
A. Yes

Q. What is your biggest fear for this year’s race?
A. Edinburgh Drive, Boyes Drive, Smitswinkle, Chappies and Suikerbossie…the rest is easy.

Q. Have you started training yet?
A. No.

Q. If so, what have you been doing and if not, why not?
A. Relying on muscle memory for this one.

Q.  Do you believe in carbo loading?
A. Absolutely.

Q. Have you ever sat in a coffee shop with your helmet still on after a training ride?
A. Never. Style Man would not approve.

Q. Lycra or mountain bike shorts?
A. White lycra all the way.

Q. Shaved or unshaved (legs for the race that is)
A. Shaved.

Q. Bobby Skinstad or Robbie Fleck?
A. As a fellow Hilton Old Boy, it's got to be Bob.

Q. Back to work on the Monday after the race or pull a sickie?
A. Depends…

Stay tuned for our next Q&A session with one of the Sport4Good team members.

Remember, you too can be riding with the Sport4Good Cycling team, all you have to do is SMS SPORT4GOOD and your NAME to 38405. SMS’s are charged at R10 per SMS and all money raised goes to the Bob’s for Good Foundation.


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