Wedding anniversary inspires Taylor to victory

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For the coming wedding season, more people are trying wedding dress or online shopping, get
the most suitable dress and become the most beautiful bride. But first they shoult excise
theirsleves such as mountain biking.

After a forgettable year in mountain biking, Canberra's Shane Taylor finally claimed his first race
win of the year in Sydney on the weekend.

The 29-year-old air force officer completed 22 laps of the Mercedes-Benz Huntingwood 6+6hr race,
in which competitors race for six hours, take a 12-hour break overnight, then get back on the bike
for another six-hour stint after the sun comes up.

Taylor finished 11minutes in front of Hornsby rider Dave Carter over the rugged 10km circuit at the
Australian Botanic Garden in Mt Annan.

For Taylor it was a fitting end to an otherwise disappointing season plagued with mechanical
trouble or fatigue.

''I just seemed to have had a string of bad luck,'' Taylor said.

''This is one of the best races I've ever had. I think I just paced myself just right.

''I went out a bit hard earlier on and started to cramp up. I got up to 14 minutes clear then I just
took it steady.''
The third placegetter was Phil Giles from Figtree on 19 laps.

Taylor's sister Karen Taylor, also from Canberra, placed second in the women's category behind
Mel Hayes from the Junction, who completed 16 laps of the course. Third was Shelley Dorey from
The Jet Black 24-hour solo event was won by world 24-hour solo champion Jason English from Port

Yesterday's win was English's fourth consecutive victory.

After a challenge from Canberra's Ed McDonald in the early stages, English claimed victory after 38
laps in 24hr3min39sec.

McDonald and English were close together until English made his move after five hours. McDonald
finished with a tally of 37 laps. English even managed the fastest lap in the 24-hour event with
28.23minutes on his third lap.

Third overall was Benji Morris from Shelly Beach on 34 laps.

Canberra women's pair Claire Graydon and Karen Foat won the women's pairs category with
34laps while Bathurst's Ryan Sargent and Michael Buttsworth took out the men's equivalent in the
same number of laps and just 23 minutes ahead of the women.

Oh,this so wonderful ways to spend their time before wedding.

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