Saturday, August 18, 2012

The Legendary Graeme Milburn Rides Stradalli in World Cup

Graeme Milburn rides and races for 67 years, since he was 6 years old and has been a cycling activist for 28 years. He started by riding around Tasmania  for Cancer Research. Then he rode around Australia in 1989 for the Australian Aids Trust. These days he has organized many rides and raised tons of money for Cancer Research.
In 1988 Graeme was awarded “Order of Australia Medal” personally by her Majesty Queen Elizabeth for Services to the Community.
In 1989 Graeme receives Peter MacCallum Award for service to Cancer Research. Then The Melvin Jones Fellow Award.
His documentary of a 23000 km ride through 17 countries “The AXA World Ride ‘95” won Golden Globe Award.
In 1998-99 Graeme Milburn was Tasmanian of the Year.
Graeme Milburn, now 73 years old still races on his Stradalli in World Cup. Today he rides his Stradalli TT in 20k Time Trial.
Graeme owns three Stradalli bikes that he has purchased in the least two years.
He always rides with his gold watch – a gift from his father.

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