Crafers! Every ride starts with a downhill run from my house.
ROFL, I would say the opposite, every ride from my place starts off up hill.
Oh it's definitely Port Noarlunga - that's where the SSRC rides start from! Head for the hills or the flat or the sea, all within easy riding distance.
You have no idea what suburb you are in once you've left Pt Noarlunga anyway so your opinion isn't worth a great deal.
I have no idea where I am at all, never mind suburb, and yet all you SSRC riders still follow me!
Interesting, I love unley's backstreets. Especially east of unley road. Are you talking about road riding on main roads? I would choose unleys backstreets for sure, mainly because they have eliminated a lot of rat running.
I'm pretty happy with stirling for the more fitness orientated rides. Turn left at the end of my street and its belair, upper sturt, piccadilly crafers or mt lofty turn right and i'm on my way to longwood, crafers, aldgate, echunga, handorf etc.
I didn't mention the city, because, strictly, it is not a "suburb". It is the urbs. (Sub urbem - adjacent to, or under the control of, the urbs - city.) I do not live in any suburb.
David, you have increased my knowledge.
Confining one's self to one suburb would be very limiting unless of course your bicycle was your sole means of transport and you live and work in the same suburb. For the recreational/sporting/fitness cyclist Golden Grove would be worthy of consideration, relatively new, smooth, wide, low traffic arterials, hills, very close to The Linear Park and even closer to country hills. Then again if you are a purely utility/commuter cyclist it's a long up hill slog from town at the end of the day.