Battery Recharging. Battery recharging facilities will be available however please arrive with batteries fully charged. Bring a charge board. Batteries, rechargers and power boards (one per team supplied by you) should be tagged with your team name.
Myogen will have a team of massage therapists rub you the right way during the race. They will be open for the entire race and will know how to rub will rub you the right way, so you can get back out amongst the pines with nary a niggle in your legs. Cost is $1 per minute (minimum of 10 minutes). Sports Massage can be: Pre and Post Event Massage/Stretching Maintenance or ongoing treatment which includes Recovery massages, mobility/flexibility maintenance, tone maintenance and general tissue maintenance Injury assessment and treatment . Sport Specific maintenance including sports specific Range of Motion . Check out their website or go and see them at the Massage Zone (in the Rego Tent) at the Mont 24 Hour Race
BIKE REPAIRS & SHOP
Bike Mechanics/Servicing. It is always a good idea to service your bike BEFORE you come to the race, but should your bike fail you, the team from Bike Culture are there to get your bike going again. They are excited about 24 hours of bike wrenching and are our partner in grime for the Mont in 2009. Standard fees apply for the work and replacement equipment. If you are setting up your bike for the endurance and marathon season, visit the Bike Culture Store in O’Connor, Canberra for some great deals.
Race Results. Regular updates will be available throughout the weekend, and our 24hr commentators will give you hourly updates. Race Results will be available via wireless network during the race and on this site shortly after the finish.
AURORA IMAGES are the official photographers for this years Mont and were there in large numbers capturing you in fine form as you crack off hot laps (or fashionably cruisy laps as the case may be). They were there for the sunny parts, the dark parts and the fun muddy parts at the end. For those of you who provided mobile numbers at entry, Aurora will send you an email/SMS letting you know your images are ready for viewing and download. Simple… otherwise, we’ll let you know in the next newsletter.
FOOD AND DRINK
You could almost leave the esky at home, as we have lined up a huge range of good food vendors for the Mont. Here’s a rundown on the food and drink choices to keep your belly full and your brain happy. There are gluten free foods available.
Two Before 10 Coffee : Fantastic Coffee and pastries. Get caffeinated.
Jacko’s Pizzeria : Gourmet pizzas, egg & bacon rolls, fresh sandwiches, breakfasts, cold drinks etc
My-T-Nice Catering – Jacket potatoes and Nachos
Bent Spoke – Most excellent locally brewed craft beer
* The organisers recommend you drink responsibly. Do not drink and drive or drink and ride.