Ian Radbone, BISA committee
  • Adelaide, South Australia
  • Australia
Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Friends

  • Anushka Bezemer
  • Jule Twelkemeier
  • Scott Moncrieff
  • Conrad
  • Equal2lance2
  • Valdis Dunis
  • John Williams
  • Andrew. Pearce
  • Lenore Jansen
  • Andrew Frost
  • Adrian Galindo
  • Harinder Pal Singh Gill
  • Glenn Gale
  • Boon Tee
  • Davo_M

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Groups

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Discussions

Riding on North Terrace

Started this discussion. Last reply by heather Dec 11. 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

Google Maps or Cycle Instead

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gemma K Jul 28, 2017. 11 Replies

I've been using the cycling layer of Google Maps when cycling to an area I don't know.  I liked the way it seem to crowd-source information to come up with networks.But it has some weird ideas,…Continue

 

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Page

Latest Activity

heather replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"Pascalo, it is now legal for all to cycle on footpaths (unless a rare sign states otherwise). I do not understand why "I don't dare going on the footpath", if you ride slowly and thus able to dodge pedestrians. Better than another…"
Dec 11
Pascalo replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"I ride my cargo bike down there quite a bit. Clunky as that thing is, I don't dare going on the foot path. I do try and claim the lane, but also have been close passed multiple times, just to then catch up with the idiots on the next red light.…"
Dec 11
Adam R replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"I generally just try to avoid it and use linear park instead, although that comes with it own problems depending on the time of day."
Dec 4
heather replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"The recent ‘upgrade’ of North Tce leaves no road space for cyclists or a shared path, so I ride on the footpath here. Actually the footpath further left / north and next to the fence / wall, where fewer pedestrians. I thought the road…"
Dec 4
Peter B replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"I hope this photo illustrates the "squeeze" I mentioned above. The blue line is in fact the Christmas Pageant line, but is also more or less the left edge of the left lane. To the left of this blue line is the continuation of the…"
Dec 4
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"Probably your explanation is right about the buses doing the hook turn.  They've been doing it forever - long before the trams were re-introduced into this intersection."
Dec 3
Peter B replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"also what's the deal with the buses doing a hook turn on KW to N tce? no trams use the intersection when the lights are green so why not just wait on the tram lines! it makes no sense to hold up left turn cars for absolutely no reason. In Melb…"
Dec 3
Peter B replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"I regularly put my bicycle on the train the mornings, then ride from Adelaide train station to Kintore Avenue. I always use the footpath between KW Street and Kintore Avenue. The footpath is nice and wide, and even during rush hour it isn't too…"
Dec 3
Jilden replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"At least footpath use is an option, even if it is slow. I'll use whichever option gives me safest passage through the traffic snarl. Sometimes taking the lane is appropriate, sometimes it's not."
Nov 27
Equal2lance2 replied to Ian Radbone, BISA committee's discussion Riding on North Terrace
"I often ride King Will from the Torrens up to North Tce then East to Gawler Place. King William is now a squeeze especially with the buses fighting for position so I take the footpath which is normally ok with peds because its not too busy. North…"
Nov 26
Ian Radbone, BISA committee posted a discussion

Riding on North Terrace

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 with motorists.https://www.theherald.com.au/story/5755706/no-hunter-street-cycle-lane-a-recipe-for-conflict-advocates/What's been your experience of cycling on North Terrace? I only…See More
Nov 26
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Savvas's discussion Linear Path/Taylor Bridge Update...
"Thanks Peter.  I will make a note about the bollard. (Hooray!)"
Nov 22
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Savvas's discussion Linear Path/Taylor Bridge Update...
"Can I please use the photo for Pedal Update?"
Nov 22
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Kristian Andrejewskis's discussion Burnside Council Elections - Kensington Gardens and Magill Ward
"Yes, the chicane / hump is the main thing, but they did a few kerb protuberances to slow down the traffic as well, e.g. at Briant Road.  It's more bendy than it used to be. I think it's also narrower in places.  On the other hand…"
Oct 22
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Kristian Andrejewskis's discussion Burnside Council Elections - Kensington Gardens and Magill Ward
"I'd be interested to know what the residents of Cuthero Terrace (Kensington Gardens) think of the changes made.  It was part of the bike plan, and the changes were designed to make it better for cycling.  I suspect that the residents…"
Oct 22
Ian Radbone, BISA committee replied to Savvas's discussion Passing etiquette and safety on the Linear Path...
"I was riding down from the Kensington Road lookout the other day and a pedestrian stepped into my path.  I shouted my warning, of course.  Fumbling for a bell while trying to brake would have been impossible."
Oct 21

Profile Information

What bikes do you ride?
Trek mountain bike
Appollo tandem
Bike Friday tandem
When do you ride?
Weekends, Commute
Website, blog, interest group
http://www.hubtt.com.au

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Ian Radbone, BISA committee's Blog

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…

Continue

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…

Continue

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Adelaide Cyclists to add comments!

Join Adelaide Cyclists

At 23:23 on April 4, 2013, Gawler Wheeler said…

Hi from the Gawler Wheelers,

Welcome to the Adelaide Cyclists Website !

The Gawler Wheelers are a road cycling Group based in Gawler, SA.

A regular group ride is held every Saturday morning.

Check the various Event Calendars on this website for the next scheduled group ride as follows :

To join the Gawler Wheelers Group, just click the 'Join Gawler Wheelers' button.

This special 'Join Gawler Wheelers' button (an inactive copy is shown below) appears in the upper right hand corner of the ➨ Gawler Wheelers Group Page.

All riders are welcome.


Gawler Wheelers Contact Info
http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/group/GawlerWheelers
http://twitter.com/GawlerWheelers
https://plus.google.com/116433492952159342133
http://www.facebook.com/GawlerWheelers
http://pinterest.com/GawlerWheelers
http://www.youtube.com/user/GawlerWheelers
http://www.bikemap.net/user/GawlerWheelers
http://ridewithgps.com/users/31795
http://www.mapmyride.com/people/groups/44796
http://app.strava.com/clubs/GawlerWheelers
http://connect.garmin.com/profile/GawlerWheelers
Email:Gawler.Wheelers@gmail.com


 
 
 

Support our Sponsors

© 2018   Created by Gus.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service