Amy's Ride SA is one of South Australia's largest community bike rides. Amy's Ride SA is for riders of all ages and abilities, and over 3,000 participants take part annually in this iconic ride from Adelaide to McLaren Vale, one of Australia's leading wine regions. It's all about fun and safety with new opportunities to test your fitness. Get involved to: - Set and strive to exceed your own personal challenge. This year timed sections on the Southern Expressway and up Old Willunga Hill will…See More
It's the big one - 200km.The Grand Slam series rides are part of Bicycle SA's comprehensive year round calendar of rides,all of which are fully supported ensuring a safe, stress free ride for everyone. The rides get more difficult the further you get into the series - you can workup to the more difficult rides and share in a bit of friendly competition with your mates."The Grand Slams are great and well organised. This will be my second year. It's a great way to keep in shape throughout the…See More
"I'd like to thank everyone involved too, especially Mark and Spartacus for organising such a wicked event and looking after us along the way. Definitely no doubt in calling it the hardest day on a bike Ive had too. I'll never look at a…"
"Although I guess Kensington is more of a concern. People dont need to 'regroup' at the start of the climb at the bottom of Fenhurst.
Theres nothing like trying to ride through people on in your path when you are bent over the bar, ready to…"
"From Palani to Kodaikanal Hill Station in Tamil Nadu while I was touring in India. Over 2100m gained in 65kms. Time in saddle was 6:17. I had about 2 hours of rest during the day. I was riding my long haul trucker with 5 panniers with at least 15kgs…"
Welcome to Prospect BUG. Referring to your message. Have a look at the intro on the BUG web page -- it is for anyone who cycles in Prospect (does not say reside). Then look at the BUG logo -- an outline of the City of Prospect that includes part of Sefton Park. So you also reside in Prospect.