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trip computer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry Norsworthy Sep 30, 2011. 12 Replies

Can anyone recommend a cheap, simple but effective trip computer?  I'm a commuting cyclist, with the occasional longer weekend trip thrown in - all I want is one that tells me how far I've ridden,…Continue

Walkerville Terrace Bike Lanes

Started this discussion. Last reply by heather Dec 15, 2010. 28 Replies

Does anybody know if Walkerville Terrace is likely to lose its bike lanes with all of the work that is being done there at present?  It's horrible to ride along in the afternoon at present - I'm…Continue

Tags: lanes, bike, commuting, Walkerville

 

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bike cages - a new one, an extended one, and a secured one

Hi all,Thought some readers would be interested in this.  Bike cages now:available at the Entertainment Centreextended at Klemzig Interchangecompleted and secured at the Hallett Cove Beach Railway Station. https://www.facebook.com/DPTISA/posts/1933914483327519See More
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Nov 3, 2012
Barry Norsworthy replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"also free apps for iphone and android, eg strava and endomondo."
Sep 30, 2011
Mike Brisco replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"Dick Smiths Rundle Mall used to sell one for around $30.  Kmart and Target occasionally have them. Myself - use a sigma from the local bike store."
Sep 30, 2011
Lee-Anne replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"Youve scored a margin there! I have this one in my roadie,, . one piece of advice I can offer is when u are clearing the seen//memory as there are 2 diff counters for distance, check that both are back to zero , because I thought that if you cleared…"
Sep 30, 2011
Gary Mills replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"You should be able to pick up a good quality Union 5 function computer from LBS for around $20 - $25. Try SE's in the city, they deal with the distributor of that product.  Includes speed, distance, trip distance, clock and auto scan."
Sep 29, 2011
Bernhard Sayer replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"$30? - sold to the man with the personalised numberplate avatar.  Don't expect you to make a trip to the CBD - e-mail me at bernhard.sayer@sa.gov.au and we can arrange something I'm sure."
Sep 29, 2011
Bernhard Sayer replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"Patrick, if it does speed and distance it does what I'm after.  What do you deem to be a 'cheap price'?  And are you around the CBD at all?  (and do you still have the instruction manual for this little non-technical…"
Sep 29, 2011
Clive Palfrey replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"Check Annaconda for low prices or on line with Cell.  "
Sep 29, 2011
Gus replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"Sigma make a good range. I have a 906 and it's served me well. They are quite widely available."
Sep 29, 2011
Mike W replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"If you have an iPhone then this is very good and cheap... http://www.abvio.com/cyclemeter/"
Sep 29, 2011
Kara T replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion trip computer
"My bf brought a Cateye for $20 (think it was the Amy Gillet version), it's not wrireless but does the trick on speed and km's"
Sep 29, 2011
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trip computer

Can anyone recommend a cheap, simple but effective trip computer?  I'm a commuting cyclist, with the occasional longer weekend trip thrown in - all I want is one that tells me how far I've ridden, and at what speed.  I don't want one that will tell me what speed my heart rate is, what cadence my umlaut is accelerating at and what rate the kasumkahs in my legs are dying at.  So, my spending range isn't big - but all the ones I've had previously have an unhappy knack of dying - admittedly, the…See More
Sep 29, 2011
heather replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion Walkerville Terrace Bike Lanes
"David, I expect that Walkerville Council & traders thought that by having a wider footpath, it would attract more pedestrians / shoppers and the traders' profits would increase. This is the mentality of what is happening in Prospect on…"
Dec 15, 2010
David Bowler replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion Walkerville Terrace Bike Lanes
"This was Walkerville Terrace this morning.  Note how the "bike lane" starts out wide enough, but then the footpath gets wider forcing the parked cars closer and closer to the "bike lane" such that by the intersection they…"
Dec 15, 2010
heather replied to Bernhard Sayer's discussion Walkerville Terrace Bike Lanes
"Positive. If you check my past discussions, my favoured topic is safety & advocacy which requires much research."
Dec 15, 2010

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Kona Dew Plus Hybrid
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bike cages - a new one, an extended one, and a secured one

Posted on July 27, 2018 at 14:36 0 Comments

Hi all,

Thought some readers would be interested in this.  Bike cages now:

  • available at the Entertainment Centre
  • extended at Klemzig Interchange
  • completed and secured at the Hallett Cove Beach Railway Station. 

https://www.facebook.com/DPTISA/posts/1933914483327519

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