"Hi Clive. To get to Tailem from Murray Bridge via Kepa Rd, you need to go all the way to the end of Kepa Rd (about 18km from the edge of MB), turn right at the T-junction onto Boundary Rd, go about 5km to the end of Boundary Rd, turn right (I think…"
"I usually go out past Dundees to Jervois, cross to Tailem on the ferry, then out past the cemetery to Boundary Road and turn left into Kepa Road back to Murray Bridge. I stay away from the highway .."
"Like you, I like riding that loop and I know other local riders who do that loop regularly. I like to head out that way when the wind is southerly. There is also a north-south road (called Flagstaff Road) that heads north from the lake between…"
"Turn right off the Mannum road just before the Palmer turnoff near the top of the hill .. it's called Kuchel Road, I think. Goes through Mypolonga, then on to Caloote before coming back to the Mannum road near the waterfalls."
"If a particular gene makes you pre-disposed to cancer (for instance) and this gene is patented, you cannot get screened for this gene's presence without paying whatever the owner of the patent demands. They can even stop you from being screened…"
"There is no way of getting out of Murray Bridge without riding on a busy main road. Once out of town, there are some quiet roads to be found, however, and this really is a great area to ride in. Tailem Bend, Mannum, Palmer, Callington,…"
"I remember when I was growing up in Holland, at the age of 15, I rode around the whole country with a school friend over two weeks in the summer holidays. We were never on the actual road as there were separated cycle paths everywhere even then…"
"I had my first magpie attack yesterday also .. it was on Burdett Road (runs from Murray Bridge to Mannum and Bowhill on the east side of the Murray River) about between the Karoonda and Bowhill turnoffs."
..perhaps some more information about yourself for your profile page
My name is John Kobes and I am a web designer living and working in Murray Bridge. I am 58 years old.
I took up riding a couple of years ago to gain fitness and lose some weight. Once I started, I caught the cycling bug and upgraded my bike and bought the right kit.
I now ride most days, sometimes with my wife, but mostly by myself. I try to ride at least 100km per week.
I ride mostly on the open road, heading for Tailem Bend, Jervois, Wellington, Monarto, Palmer, etc. I have successfully ridden up to Crafers from Portrush Rd and up both sides of Palmer Hill to test myself.