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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
My wife and I recently returned from three weeks in Vietnam, two weeks of which were spent on an organised cycling tour.
It was by no means tough cycling; only 50-70km per day and usually pretty flat. This was the hottest part of the year though, and the heat (35+) and humidity made it harder.
I wouldn't call it cycle touring - we travelled more by bus than by bike, and…