BY WILL KING
FOOTY legend ANDREW JARMAN, above left, and Glenelg’s Watermark Hotel owner DAVID ELMES show their relief after finishing the inaugural DBH Road Raise, a six-day 970km bike ride from Adelaide to Melbourne to raise more than $130,000 for CanTeen.
Of the 13 riders, these two were probably the least prepared, though Jars, accompanied by daughter CHARLIE, says he did a lot of “mental training”.
The cyclists arrived in Melbourne just in time to attend yesterday’s Caulfield Cup.
Jars says he plans to catch a plane back to Adelaide, despite the temptation to get on the bike and ride back. Sure, Jars.
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