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Contra flow cycling

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Radbone, BISA committee yesterday. 18 Replies

The June Pedal Update has on the front a photo of Ninth Avenue, Bowden, as an example of a Council…Continue

Riding on North Terrace

Started this discussion. Last reply by heather Dec 11, 2018. 10 Replies

The Newcastle Herald has a lengthy article on the issues facing Newcastle cyclists using Hunter Street, which now has a tram. They are being told to claim the lane, but that this is causing conflict…Continue

video of magpie swooping

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathan Ngo Sep 11, 2017. 13 Replies

Does anyone have any video of magpies swooping?  (go pro or something)If you do, we'd be grateful if you contact BISA chair Fay Patterson: chair@bisa.asn.au.ThanksContinue

North Terrace Tram Extension - it's grim

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter B Oct 3, 2017. 58 Replies

As soon as BISA heard that the State government was going to extend the tram  down North Terrace to East Terrace we asked to speak to Transport Minister Mullighan about taking the opportunity to…Continue

 

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Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"In Belgium (at least) local councils are required to make all one-way streets contra-flow, unless they can produce a good reason why a specific street shouldn't be.   Yes, it's easier to avoid a car that you can see coming toward you…"
yesterday
rossmg replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"One might argue that all one-way streets be opened to bicycle contra-flow. My not very strong logical argument being that these days we are allowed to cycle on the foot-path and it is pretty easy to get on the foot-path when a motor vehicle…"
yesterday
Mark S replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"There's this little stretch of the Esplanade in Brighton-Hove: https://goo.gl/maps/m3Kh9tZFWe7t9d8o9"
Thursday
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"That would be useful.  (We've ridden wrong way up there before they made it legal to do so.)  It must have been since the Google car was last there."
Jul 5
Steven Skilton replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Henley beach seafront, north of the jetty"
Jul 5
Notina Hurry replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Bank Street in the City from Hindley Street to North Terrace.  Also a shared zone with pedestrians and vehicles.  Peal hour pedestrian commuters from the train station are a bigger issue in the mornings when cycling down the hill contrary…"
Jul 1
David Southern replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Lowe St, which would nicely continue Little Sturt St and Chatham St."
Jun 29
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Yeah, you're probably right. (Damn...)  Google maps doesn't show it as one-way."
Jun 29
heather replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"From the picture (rather than on-site inspection) the above street in Walkerville appears to be a two-way street (rather than contra-flow for the whole length). Just 'no entry' to motor vehicles at one end. Note the parked vehicles facing…"
Jun 29
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Margaret Street would be very popular, especially with the Frome Bikeway reaching Melbourne Street and climbing up to Brougham Tce.  I'm pretty sure the landowners/ tenants on the first bit to Ward Street wouldn't mind, but when…"
Jun 29
rossmg replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Umm, how about which streets would be good to have contra-flow? Margaret St, North Adelaide? York St, Adelaide? Clifford St, Prospect? etc ..."
Jun 28
Equal2lance replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"There are several roads like this between the markets and south terrace."
Jun 28
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"They are good treatments, but expensive (the Russell St route cost over $80,000 in infrastructure).  I'm hoping that ACC will start following Unley, Holdfast Bay, Charles Sturt (and now Walkerville, yey!) in just putting in signs for most…"
Jun 28
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"So there's another council that does it that I didn't know about: Walkerville.   Thanks, Ian"
Jun 28
David Southern replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"In the SW corner of Adelaide (city): Little Sturt St, Chatham St, Russell St, Compton St."
Jun 28
Jilden replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Contra flow cycling
"Fuller St/Church Tce intersection, Walkerville has a short one. Link"
Jun 28

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weird bike

Posted on October 28, 2014 at 14:30 1 Comment

I just dropped in to Kevin Clark's bike shop on Magill Road and saw this weird bike with two sets of nylon cords instead of gears.  If you look closely at the photo you will see lots of notches.  There are nineteen, for the nineteen gears, all in a single ratio.

It's also got hydraulic rim brakes, which I'd never seen before.

It's a sort of a step-through commuter bike with lockable front shocks, good for hopping kerbs.

Kevin also tells me he now sells more electric…

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Conversation with Lord Mayoral candidate Kelly Henderson

Posted on October 22, 2014 at 14:30 4 Comments

I had a long conversation with Kelly Henderson on the weekend. A former President of the Parklands Preservation Society, Kelly is known as taking a fairly uncompromising stand on protecting the Park Lands. We probably need such people, to balance those who just see it as unexploited real estate.

But Kelly wanted to talk to me about cycling. She thinks the Frome Bikeway has created a backlash and has made life more frustrating for motorists, e.g. the right turn bans have made life…

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