And the standard of ride reports is so high.
Well let's face it, for most of us, riding in a group is much more fun than riding around on your own.
Only too happy to be a part of it too, the whole family gets involved and that's perfect in my view. It can get a bit busy trying to fit all the cycling in but live is too short not to just get our there and do it!
The Cricks are doing an exceptional job of catering to the needs of a wide variety of cyclists down south. Well done you two!
+1. Pat and the Cricks are reinvigorating the South.
Replace children with cyclists, nation with Adelaide etc etc.
Gus, there was a saying like: Give me the child until age 5, and I give you the man. Might be re religious indoctrination. We could teach children now to like healthy sustainable cycling, in the hope that they keep these good habits in adulthood.
Seriously now, thanks Mark. I didn't envisage anything in particular. It's nice that people can search out for others like them and connect with some friendly groups and the site is just a tool, it's the people who organise therides each week that need the praise.
There are many other group rides every week in Adelaide too of course (of which we will swallow them all up and crush them like grapes until they also post ride reports every weekend.)
Certainly there are lots of people doing all sorts of things and enjoying themselves.
If only I could tell the group rides from the Cat. 6 races I could choose something that suited me