Graham returns to the coast for inspiration
Lorian Graham to visit National Road Cycling Championships
Another step in the Australian's recovery after the 2005 accident in Germany
Event Media Release
is finally back on her bike after enduring five operations and months of
intense physiotherapy during the past year.
was one of five cyclists whose lives and bodies were shattered when hit by a
runaway car in Thüringen,
National Roads was where it all started for me and I will be coming up to
watch this year although it’s still too soon to even consider returning to
competition,” said Graham.
Graham it’s just about returning to a normal life and being able to cycle
again on the open road instead of a stationary bike she has been using to
keep up her fitness.
just so good to feel the wind and sun on my face again and reignite my
passion for cycling,” said Graham after a photo shoot this week.
been doing a bit of promotion this week for the Portfolio Partners South
Bank to Surfers Paradise ride, known as Amy’s Ride coming up in December
to raise funds for the Amy Gillett Foundation.”
Yaxely, one of the five injured girls will also be making an appearance at
this year’s National Road Cycling Championships.
recently returned to
National Road Cycling Championships will showcase some of
it’s inception back in 2001 the National Road Cycling Championships has
experienced growth not only in the extension of the program from 6 days to
the 10 day cycling festival now offered but has played a vital role in
unearthing and nurturing our cycling superstars of the future by providing a
national competition on first class courses in one of Australia’s
favourite tourist destinations.
The courses for
The event is an initiative by USM Events in conjunction with Cycling Australia aimed at providing Cycling Australia members with an opportunity to represent their club at a national event. The Championship events are open to members of all cycling clubs affiliated with Cycling Australia and with the addition of the new events in 2006 allowing non-licensed competitors to participate in their own event as part of the Championships
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