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Mont Ventoux by M5 bike

September 8th, 2006To the top
Mont Ventoux by M5 bikeMaarten Broek sent us several pictures of the ascent of the Mont Ventoux with 5 M5 Recumbents.

He writes:

Beautiful windy trip. Heavy mistral and cold during the day of ascending.

We managed to convince a lot of people of the comfort of the bikes. Also the bike rental at the bottom of the mountain. Also showed the M5 site.

We did our annual promotion work once again!
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Helmut Lechner fetches silver during the 12 km individual time trial on his M5 Carbon Low Racer

August 18th, 2006To the top
Helmut Lechner fetches silver during the 12 km individual time trial on his M5 Carbon Low RacerHelmut Lechner (Austria) covers a strong race during the World Championships HPV 2006 in France.

After a fast start, passing a railway crossing with 90 km/h, Helmut unfortunately breaks a spoke in the front wheel, resulting in a dragging brake shoe. This surely explains the three seconds behind the number one! Despite the misfortune with the spoke, Helmut races with an average of 60 km/h to the finish in just 9 minutes en 40 seconds.
 

Vikingtour 2006 - the M5 Carbon High Racer

August 5th, 2006To the top
Vikingtour 2006 - the M5 Carbon High RacerWhat was allready presumed has been confirmed during Bram's participation at the Vikingtour in Norway: the M5 Carbon High Racer proves to be a superior bike for steep ascendings. In 2003 Bram also did the Dalsnibba in just 25 minutes on his M5 Titanium Shock Proof. It's an ascend from 1004 metres to 1550 metres on gravel. Despite the additional three years since then, Bram managed to improve his time on the High Racer to 22 minutes and 50 seconds!

The other small pictures give an impression of the beautiful landscapes which were visible during the trips.
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The Vikingtour, 600 kilometres, 6 days, 8 fjords, 9 tough ascents

July 17th, 2006To the top
The Vikingtour, 600 kilometres, 6 days, 8 fjords, 9 tough ascentsAnd Bram Moens is going to ride it!

The Vikingtour is a hard challenge, but Bram Moens is determined and starts July 23 on a hard, but also beautiful tour through Norway.
The Vikingtour typifies by long and steep decends. During the survey of the route, Bram only did 6 km/h of the steepest slopes, up to 18%! Bram uses both the superlight M5 Carbon Low Racer and Carbon High Racer, depending on the type of terrain he encounters from day to day.

On the rare intervals when circumstances allow less strains, the beautiful landscapes of Norway can be enjoyed.
A full report of the tour will be put on this site shortly. For general info please visit the site of the Vikingtour itself.

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Bordeaux-Paris

June 11th, 2006To the top
Bordeaux-ParisVincent Debleds (M5 Low Racer) and Christian Vergnaud (M5 Tica) did cover the 636 kilometres from Bordeaux to Parijs in 19 hours and 16 minutes, taking the first en second place among the participating recumbents.
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