If you have any interest in getting fellow occupants of the planet onto bikes, especially those in the Marion/Holdfast Bay council areas, feel free to pass on this info. Those councils are running a…Continue
Adelaide Touring Cyclists have amalgamated with the Cycling for Pleasure Group to form the South Australian Recreational Cycling Club. The aims of the new club are very similar with a range of rides from day rides to multi-week tours.Touring, mountain bikes and hybrids are suitable for all rides on a variety of surfaces from bitumen to dirt roads and tracks.See More
"I turned up at the cinema for Sunday night's stage with 3 cycling mates, there was one other cycling fan there so a whole theatre to ourselves! I've convinced a few people to turn up for the mountain stage so the theatre won't be so…"
If you have any interest in getting fellow occupants of the planet onto bikes, especially those in the Marion/Holdfast Bay council areas, feel free to pass on this info. Those councils are running a program called 'Cycle Safe Course' aimed at building confidence and skills on the road and reducing reliance on cars. This is a free course of 2 four hour sessions. I can see this being a benefit to new arrivals in Australia and parents of young families. If you've got neighbours, friends or…See More
Join cyclists worldwide in a silent slow-paced ride (max 20 kph) in honour of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. To raise awareness of cyclists and to ask that we all share the road.The Adelaide ride will begin at Victoria Square at 10.30am for the Ride which will run east through the city onto Hackney Tce and then anticlockwise around Robe Terrace, Fitzroy Terrace, Park Terrace, Port Road and West Terrace to the Box Factory community centre in Regent St…See More
"Someone already commented Cobwebs ride can't change start, I will be doing the Cobwebs ride afterward so just departing from the usual spot a little later than usual, any other 'cobwebbers' that want to do the same, you won't be…"
This ride is dedicated to Simon Whitely, the cyclist who died on Monday morning on Anzac Hwy. When we set out on a bike ride we all expect to reach our destination safely. Sadly, this wasn't the case on Monday. The aim is to pay our respects and to symbolically finish Simon's ride.**This is not a protest ride** SA Traffic Police will be in attendance.Please get fully off the road at the meeting point and do not block bike/road lanes or the footpath. During the ride please ride slowly (20km/h),…See More