Nigel G
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Annual Tour, who's going???

Started Sep 19, 2011 0 Replies

Less than 4 weeks now til the beginning of BikeSA's Annual Tour of The Coorong/Lower Lakes.Who's going???I'm attending, as a vollie assisting the Deluxe Camping team. I may be able to sneak out on a…Continue

Tags: Lakes, Coorong, Lower, Tour, Annual

New Helmet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon H Jun 23, 2011. 27 Replies

My trusty old helmet has seen better days (faded and pads missing/disintegrated) so its time for an upgrade.Just wondering if anyone has recommendations bearing in mind my budget will only allow…Continue

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Brickbats to Salisbury Council - will not tender for stage start/finish during 2012 TDU

Started this discussion. Last reply by Colin L May 6, 2011. 2 Replies

Came across the following article in this weeks edition of the News Review Messenger:…Continue

Tags: Under, Down, Tour

Prior Warning - Motorcycle run up Gorge Rd Sat 26 March

Started this discussion. Last reply by JDL Mar 19, 2011. 1 Reply

Just letting all fellow AC members know that SA Motorcycles has a "Gorge Run" planned for the afternoon of Sat 26 March 2011. Would probably be wise to avoid Gorge Rd from 12pm as they are having…Continue


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What bikes do you ride?
2010 Giant Defy 2 roadie
2007/8 Avanti Atomic MTB
When do you ride?
Weekends, Commute, Mountain Biking, Other
..perhaps some more information about yourself for your profile page
Member and volunteer of Bike SA

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My Mini-slamming Girls!!!!

Posted on August 29, 2011 at 22:39 9 Comments

A couple of weeks ago I showed my 2 girls Sam (12) and Kate (10) the route of loop 2 of Grand Slam 4 and asked if they would be interested in attempting it with a few options. As they actually live in Strathalbyn with their Mum, there was an option to abandon when we passed their Mum's house. This option appealed to Kate but Sam was wanting to attempt the complete loop. It was settled, the girls were registered for loop 2.

Not having to be at the start at the same time as the Loop 1…


Kids and cycling

Posted on May 24, 2011 at 22:30 7 Comments

WOW, how things have changed.....


I was meant to be kid free for Grand Slam 3 but I ended up doing a weekend swap and now have my 2 girls Sam (12) and Catherine (10).


When I started riding again about 4 years ago I also encouraged the girls to ride as well. A couple of 2nd hand bikes for them and we were off, just small distances to begin with. Along the Little Para River trail and Linear Park etc.


Last year Sam came along with…


Where to from here??????

Posted on December 10, 2010 at 12:07 12 Comments

I am really starting to consider throwing in the "road cycling" thing.

12 months ago I bought myself a Giant Defy 2 roadie as a means to start myself off on the "road cycling" adventure, I had for the previous 2 - 3 years been ridng around on my mountain bike without hassle. Obviously budget constraints etc kept my options limited to what i purchased but I was happy with the Defy. In January I did both the RLC and MCCT and thoroughly enjoyed both (did the full RLC but only the 110km…


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At 10:07 on March 27, 2012, Not an electronic mouse said…
G'day Nigel,
I am still interested in the bike. Can you send me a photo to If it looks OK, perhaps we can pick it up on the weekend.
At 17:54 on November 19, 2011, heather said…

hi nigel, hope you soon recover from the op and get back on the bike. cheers, heather

At 16:56 on May 23, 2011, colin ware-lane said…
hi nigel having had two crashes in a 6 week period i can tell you my helmets both of which where adura from BE in the city and only cost $85 with the bike sa discount showed there of my 1st crash were posted on this site and include what was left of my helmet,you dont need to pay big bucks to be safe,it just comes down to style and what you want.MY 2nd helmet was also broken in the latest crash again showing it was up to the job and saved my head.I am now onto my 3rd adura helmet.

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