Saturday, 10 July 2010

Wild mountains

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Mega Mules... SKILLS!



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'The Cow' strolling around the Quali' start

More Mules arrive in Alpe d'Huez..

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Bike trouble on the track..

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Its a bikers life..

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Friday, 9 July 2010

Ingmar and Mario are loving the Mega and Mulebar!

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Intense Tracers - we ride 'em

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Tracy, Sabrina and assorted Mules at the quali finish

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George Edwards briefing infront of corner 1

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Our old mate Stu Bowers on the front line...

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Another Mule - Lyndsey from Velo Club Moulin

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Thursday, 8 July 2010

MuleBar 1 and 2. Alpe dhuez time trial. 1.02 and 1.15. Wooooo!

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New FREEEEERIDE kit for the Mule Gals

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Airbus Intelligent Sport UK challenge 2010





Dear MuleBar,

Team Airbus would like to thank you for your support provided for the Intelligent Sport UK challenge, your bars helped to maintain the teams both mentally and physically throughout the event. Team members commented on how good the MuleBars were for keeping their energy topped up through some of the long and challenging stages. The Summer Pudding bars were a particular favourite!

The event comprised of eight stages which utilised the hills, lochs and forests around Aviemore - plus one visit to a Castle and it's grounds on the shore of Loch Ness. The first stage commenced at 10pm Wednesday evening and there after followed three days of running, mountain biking, 'kicking machine' building, canoeing, puzzling, chess against Grand Masters, strategising, investigating, some sleeping, more puzzling - climaxing with the televised 'Grand Prix' stage on Saturday afternoon.

After a crucial mistake dropped them in the rankings of the overall competition, the Airbus Performance team made a supreme effort to win the televised Grand Prix stage that had eluded them in 2009. Pete James, a project architect in Future Projects, said: "We were heading for a top three place in the main competition, but missed some hidden information on one stage. However, the team put in a great performance in the all important televised Grand Prix stage, outpacing the other teams and solving every puzzle to win the stage, ending the event on a high."

Despite the team's frustrations it was another successful year this year, with the male performance team winning the "Intelligent Sport Grand Prix" and taking home the masters trophy. The Other Airbus teams came second in the female category and the development team finished a respectable 27th overall. With over 90 teams participating we are very pleased with our performance this year and will be back next year looking to improve in the future and win back the UK title.

The Intelligent Sport Grand Prix will be televised once again this year on Channel 4's "The Brain Cell" on Sunday 18th July at 8.30am or 9.30am on Channel 4+1. As winners of the Grand Prix Airbus are sure to have significant TV coverage, so please take a look at what your Mule bars helped us to achieve!

Many thanks once again for your support and we will keep you updated with the plans for next year's event.

Best Regards

Team Airbus




The view from Cafe del Mag...

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Masters World Champ Mulette Petra and Guillame meet at Alp d'Huez..

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Sabrina Jonnier winner of the Avalanche cup yesterday and BIG Mulebar fan signs a poster and bar for the Mules

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Tangled art

MegaBites for some London ladies


MuleBar have happily donated some MegaBites to to a group of amateur female runners soon to commence a 7 day route from London to Cardiff.

That's nearly a marathon a day...nice challenge...

Alexis Haycock-Hadden, Elizabeth Pencavel, Lily Howson and Joanne Lea are setting off on Saturday 9th October and will arrive in Cardiff centre on Friday 15th October. They are looking to raise a pretty hefty sum for Sport Relief

Check out their very cool website by clicking through on the title

Good luck to you girls!!

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

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Does it get any better?

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Which tyres?

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The Best caf' in Alp d'Huez - Cafe Mag - first stockist of Mulebar

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Jeremy , Rolf and Rob Cape Epic and Trans Rockie veterans at the mEga (and MuleBar girl Anna, again)

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Mulebar girls! Again...

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Mule Intense Tracers on Pic Blanc

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Mega signing on with cool Cathy and Nicholas

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Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Guns!

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