Liam Killeen

Home Forum Bike Forum Liam Killeen

Viewing 5 posts - 46 through 50 (of 50 total)
  • Liam Killeen
  • DenDennis

    yeah good on him,
    good to see he’s back, very talented rider in his prime, up with the very best on his day.

    he’s gone past (lapped) me a few times at events effortlessly, not one of the shouty ‘rider!’-type wannabes.

    I think he also went under with a mystery illness for a while too no?

    shame he’s had bad luck in his career. I think he’ll do well at the Comm games but Grant F on home turf should probably get the win in the circumstances.

    Premier Icon grtdkad

    aracer, yes. Me and middle child are MCS members.

    My daughter did the coaching sessions in 2012/13 which she loved … unfortunately she’s had a few crashes in quick succession while out with me so confidence has taken a knock.

    Premier Icon jamj1974

    I thought Liam was a great rider and good to hear he is back in one way or another.

    I remember giving it the full beans on my last lap at Mayhem this year when someone cruised past me like I was in reverse (I was averaging around 40 min laps, so not hanging around). I glanced up at the rapidly departing figure, spotted a shock of blonde hair hanging out of the back of the helmet, slim figure and deeply tanned legs and my first thought was ‘fook moi, she’s rapid’. Then I saw the Malvern CC jersey and twigged it was Liam Killeen. His riding style was just so smooth he made riding look effortless and the trail seem completely flat and featureless. It was quite enlightening to see just how good these top riders are in comparison to mere mortals, as opposed to in elite races.

    Premier Icon grtdkad

    He did bloody well in Glasgow considering lack of match practice.

Viewing 5 posts - 46 through 50 (of 50 total)

The topic ‘Liam Killeen’ is closed to new replies.