The Unley Bicycle User Group finally has a web page to let you know of upcoming meetings and news. There is an option to join our mailing list, too.
Added by Tanja Lenz on October 25, 2016 at 11:27 — No Comments
As you know, I announced in early September that Adelaide Cyclists would have to close. I'm really happy to announce that the site has been saved. The Bicycle Institute, SA will take over all of the site's operations from next month and I will retire to ride my bike. You can read more in a joint media release we just made.
Thank you all for your support. I can say that I was overwhelmed by it all and thank the Bicycle Institute for making their offer. It really is…Continue
Just wanted to let you know about a project I am putting together following recent life events!
I was diagnosed late last year with a rare condition, called Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension, the cardiologist…Continue
Added by Kevin Anderson (Chameleon Photo) on September 6, 2016 at 8:14 — No Comments
This year at the Royal Adelaide Show, we want to start a conversation: “R U OK?”. Be part of the Ride Against Suicide to help raise funds for organisations working to prevent suicide and build awareness around mental illness.
I thought I would post this event up great cause proceeds going to a bunch of good charities.
Thursday 8 September…Continue
Nat Redmond has shared a photo on Facebook of new signage that has appeared around the Victoria Park grandstand and 'Velo Precinct' asking cyclists to ride slower. As we come into warmer weather and the crit racing season starts many are asking what's the point of a purpose build crit track that allows racing to be held even when the work is underway for Clipsal when training can't be done at speed?
The 'Velo Precinct' cafe, function centre and spin training rooms operated by Stuart…Continue
This is really great news from DPTI, Nine of these signs are coming soon along Norton Summit Road between Magill Road and Stony Rise Road/Monomeith Road at Ashton. They aim to serve a timely and visual reminder along this popular cycling route.
Let's hope they make a difference. For me the bit of road…Continue
It's the next race on our calendar, Sunday 14th August. Entries open NOW. All age groups catered for; as it's the 2016 championships it's your age on December 31 2016. People aged 23 or older can also enter the Elite event (just enter both…Continue
Added by Gus K on August 2, 2016 at 12:00 — No Comments
Serafino Wines have long had a special place for cycling and are calling upon those who have a love of Wine to join their team on the 2017 BUPA Challenge. Hopeful of putting together a team of 100 riders for the 2017 BUPA Stage ride in January.
Added by Kane McCard on July 29, 2016 at 12:30 — No Comments
It's a great Australian business success story. A couple of cyclists from Perth see the need for a 'black box' style camera that doubles as a rear red light. They design something, pitch it on crowd funding website Kickstarter and receive a near record level of funding response.
The camera, the Fly6, went on sale in February 2014 and received great reviews and…Continue
At Adelaide's Velo Precinct this morning the TDU organisation revealed the routes for the 2017 race.
At a glance there's much the same but also some different routes mostly staying close to town which proved popular with fans over recent years.
The prologue is the usual East End crit.
Stage one is Unley to Lyndoch with the KOM at Kersbrook…
Starting out in mid-July, SA couple Fiona and Travis, along with their seven-year-old son Patch, are riding 5000 kms unassisted across the US in an adventure they're calling School of the Road.
The aim of their challenging adventure is to celebrate their family bond and give Patch unique experiences to assist in his learning and development. Patch, who is autistic, will be riding on board Travis' Hasa Pino semi-recumbent…Continue
The Bicycle Institute have just published their June newsletter. It contains lots of local cycling advocacy news that's worth sharing here, especially off the back of their special presentation from Transport Minister Stephen Mulligan and a one-on-one with Minister for Road Safety, Peter…Continue
Some older cyclists in Adelaide would know of Hans Penning who passed away on Saturday. The Bicycle Institute writes in an email to its members that Mr Penning was the inaugural President of the Bicycle Institute (then called the Cyclist Protection Association) in the mid-1970s.
His very notable achievement was his voluntary mapping of what he thought would be a quiet but effective network of bike routes over all the Adelaide…Continue
Adelaide former professional rider, Patrick Jonker, has told in a podcast interview how he avoided being forced into a doping program while racing along side Lance Armstrong in the Discovery Team because he was sidelined by injury.
In an interview picked up by InDaily, he says, 'I have no doubt that if you were in the US Postal Tour de France team then you had to then get onto the program of performance-enhancing drugs… I don’t think it’s possible to have ridden at the Tour…Continue
Added by Gus K on June 16, 2016 at 15:28 — No Comments
DPTI is investigating options to improve safety of the crossing of Regency Road at the junction with Galway Avenue, Broadview. Crossing Regency Road while walking or cycling is difficult due to the high volume of traffic and vehicle turning movements at Galway Avenue.
Email feedback on the design options to email@example.com by 5pm Friday 1 July 2016
Option 1: Install a signalised bicycle and pedestrian crossing on Regency Road between Galway Avenue and…
It's winter but Adelaide City Council want to keep you motivated to ride, not just for commuting but for fun and to explore the city.
WINTER COAT GUIDED RIDE
Throughout the year there are a number of themed recreational rides held around Adelaide which are a whole lot of fun. A special Winter Coat Guided Ride has been organised for cool climate enthusiasts on Sunday 5 June, from 10.30am-12.30pm. Wear your favourite winter coat and explore the back streets and laneways of…
The Bicycle Institute, SA are encouraging anyone interested in cycling advocacy to come along to a screening of the Swedish documentary Bikes Vs Cars this weekend as a part of the Transitions Film Festival at the Metro Theatre.
The film follows a group of bicycle activists’ crusades 'to foster meaningful change and documents the struggle for cyclists in a society dominated by cars'. From…Continue
Commissioner Grant Stevens and cycling legend Stuart O’Grady will be riding from Police Headquarters to The Bay and back to raise funds for the Vinnies 2016 CEO Sleepout, and they would love some company along the way, so please lend your support and come along for the ride.
The ride will depart from Police Headquarters at 6.15am on Friday, June the 3rd heading towards West Terrace, Port Road, West Lakes Boulevard, Seaview Road, Glenelg North, Anzac Highway and back to Police…Continue
Added by Gus K on May 24, 2016 at 22:00 — No Comments
The Adelaide Hills have so many hidden unsealed roads, and the ever-opening vistas of hills and car-less roads provide a sublime experience, that need to be shared. On the same day in Italy the famous L'Eroica ride is being held that take on the dirt roads of Tuscany through the wine region of Chianti. Logically the Adelaide Hills are an ideal region to have it's own L'Eroica on these mostly unsealed roads.…Continue