Team Cyclo Gawler (TCG) is a training-focused group of cyclists wishing to push their fitness with a range of challenging rides. every Tuesday 4.15pm, Stuart O'Grady Bikeway Ride (SOBR)every Thursday 4.15pm, Thursday Hill Ridersalternate Saturdays, 7.30am email@example.comSee More
The sixth installment of this CERVO ROSSO GROUP RIDE with a twist!Required:1. A sense of adventure,2. GPS cyclo-computer or Strava-enabled smartphone, 3. Vertically minded thinkingAll roads lead to Mt Lofty on June 8 for the sixth Red Deer Brevet - where you score points according to the route you take to get there.The aim is to arrive at the summit of Mt Lofty at 11 am for a well earned brunch. However, how you choose to get there is entirely up to you. You can start whenever you want, and get…See More
Event Date : 27-Apr-2013Start/Finish Gawler Park Homemaker Centre (located here with info here) 485 Main North RdEvanston, SA, 5116Info Distance : Approx 57 km Duration : 2 to 3 HoursElevation : UndulatingSurface : BitumenSuitability : All fitness levelsRide Style : Social ride (not training ride)Pace (ave) : 25 to 30…See More
"I've had numerous occupations ,as a result of leaving school early in year 11,and lets say my "independent nature".Here we go : Welders T.A. , Storeman , self employed window cleaner , Telecommunications installer ,Telecommunications…"
It's back!2012 RIDE HERE2011 RIDE HEREMeet at Bocelli's in Hutt Street at 6:30pm.Up Norton's via the Parade, Woods Hill Road, Mt Lofty Summit Road and back via the Old Freeway.Meeting at the ancient summit of Col d'Lofty on the shortest day of the year at around 8pm.Return to Bocelli's for something hot afterwards.Warm…See More
Event Date : 20-Apr-2013Start/Finish Gawler Park Homemaker Centre (located here with info here) 485 Main North RdEvanston, SA, 5116Info Distance : Approx 76 km Duration : 2 to 3 HoursElevation : FlatSurface : BitumenSuitability : All fitness levelsRide Style : Social ride (not training ride)Pace (ave) : 25 to 30…See More
"Merino tights from Ground Effect , put on over the top of normal bibs is the go . Nice warm legs ,,& they also give you some compression ,, and can easily be removed on the side of road & put in jersey pocket when the day warms up ..For your…"
Hi Michael, great chatting with you today and hearing of some of your adventures at work. And we were all amzed at how you didn't just turn around a go home when you relaized that we had all left for the hills and left you behind. Anyone else would have left it taht. But you obviously never give in! Great effort to be able to find us by rambling all over the place until you succeeded. Am glad you did this when you did, or I reckon you would have stuck at it for another hour or more an found yourself lost out on the other side of the Mt Lofty Ranges LOL!