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I haven't posted much on here recently because the site seems full of negativity around cycling infrastructure and all the reasons you can think of NOT to ride a bike.
The rider involved in the serious crash on Thursday is lucky to be alive, he probably owes his life to the fact his cycling club (and mine) take safety very seriously. There were a number of first aiders on the ride, the club paid for many of us to be trained last year. Cycling can be dangerous, but so can walking to…Continue
Well, the 11th of August slipped by without me noticing, that is the day in 2011 that I rode a bike for the first time as an adult. Since then I have cycled, on average, just short of 1,000 km's each month to clock up 35,385 km's to date.
My blog posts, this year, have dropped of a lot as I lost some enthusiasm for posting when I lost my earlier posts due to hardware failure and lack of foresight, read insufficient backup! Besides that, I feel I have little to offer new riders anymore…Continue
Last February marked the opening of Home Grain Bakery in McLaren Flat and, as a joke, I made a suggestion that a ride with three bakery stops take place, with the Aldinga Home Grain Bakery as the start and finish and their new Home Grain Bakery at McLaren Flat as the mid-point. A short, but…Continue
Some of the people that have been on this site for a while now will know me and some of those will also know that I have started a kayak and bike shop in Somerton Park selling titanium bikes the shop is aptly named Ti Bikes Adelaide (http://www.tibikes.com.au).
We are stockists of the Dutch brand Van Nicholas (http://www.vannicholas.com),
Dean Bikes (…
So, last week I ended up in Hawaii.
I had known I would be there a few months prior so a few repeats of Norton Summit and Greenhill Road had been included into my routine. I had also tried to extend my regular rides slightly as I knew I'd be in the saddle (an unfamiliar one at that) for an extended time.
I had done my research on where Mt Haleakala was, where "the" ride starts from, where to stay, where to borrow a bike. Firstly, I organised to book the bike from Maui Cyclery…Continue