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Schedule for TDU Start Tomorrow... brief summary...

All this info is probably available on the net somewhere, but for those of you planning to come down to The Port for the start of the TDU tomorrow, here's a brief schedule of events, summarised from info sent to PortBUG by PA/E Council. PortBUG and WestsideBUG will have a bit of a joint stall happening with a small display of cargo bikes - come and say 'hello' - we'll be near the Lighthouse somewhere! Remember you can use the Greenway from Queen Street, Croydon all the way to The…


Added by Savvas on January 15, 2018 at 15:45 — No Comments

Last Chance... start your new cycling year off right! Sign up today for PortBUG's free Be Safe, Be Seen cycling safety presentation today and you'll still be on the list to receive a free $50 cycling safety pack! You don't have to sign up to attend the presentation, but I do need your name on the list if you want the safety pack!

Both the Be Safe, Be Seen presentation and the free cycling safety pack would be great for teenagers and young folk riding…


Added by Savvas on January 1, 2018 at 11:24 — No Comments

Free ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’ Cycling Safety Presentation.

Hi Folks,

I know I sound like a stuck-record, but we're really keen to get as many people as possible along to this free training presentation. It would be really great for teenagers and young folk riding off to school and/or uni in the New Year! Also great for anyone returning to bike riding as an adult. Suitable for all levels of experience. Free cycling safety pack as well!

Where & When: Port Adelaide/Enfield Town Hall, 34 Nile Street, Port…


Added by Savvas on December 22, 2017 at 6:20 — No Comments

Free School Holiday 'Be Safe, Be Seen' Cycling Safety Presentation, Jan 11th, Port Adelaide.

School Holiday Opportunity! 'Be Safe, Be Seen' Cycling Safety Workshop:

PortBUG and the Port Adelaide/Enfield Council will be hosting another of BicycleSA's very successful 'Be Safe, Be Seen' cycling safety presentations in January,…


Added by Savvas on December 6, 2017 at 20:30 — No Comments

Forget the TDU - 'Real Bike' Content!

Those interested in Adelaide’s bicycling history may like to check out a flikr site I have set up illustrating Adelaide’s ‘cargo bike’ culture of the late 1970s and 1980s. See: Adelaide Long Bike flikr There’s also a web page at the Port Adelaide Bicycle User Group’s site at PortBUG. These photos offer a unique glimpse…


Added by Savvas on January 25, 2013 at 21:31 — No Comments

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