"Was a thoroughly enjoyable ride. How often do you get a flat ride with little to no wind. Pretty much one group all ride. Batman set a great pace with a fast ride home. Loved it! Winter at it's best with lush green fields."
Beautiful winter conditions.There was the threat of early fog, but it was warmer than expected with a bit of cloud to make it interesting. Initially it looked like a low turnout, but by the time David started the safety brief, there were 24 out for a ride.The longer ride was straight north to Freeling and then Kapunda, before turning south to travel through Greenock,…See More
Looping around.The forecast for the day was cool temperatures and increasing winds later. It was a slow start with the numbers to begin with,then all of a sudden everyone turned up. In the end we had 29 riders out.Initially there were three rides on…See More
Contrasting conditions.It was a weird start to the day, the forecast predicted possible showers and the radar looked fairly clear with scattered cloud. For the 15 that turned up, it was a decision made on balance that it wouldn’t rain. Sometimes you just need to roll the dice.The rides on offer took in the Barossa including Cockatoo Valley to Lyndoch. From there the…See More
Winter solstice.Winter solstice can bring our some interesting behaviour. Some see it as the time to hibernate and not venture out too much, while others embrace it, and enjoy the occasion. For the Wheelers we had 23 riders out, and although it was no Dark Mofo Winter Solstice nude swim, it did challenge. As everyone rolled in the temperature was around 3 degrees, and…See More
"Was a great morning for riding. A bit cool to start but no rain and only a bit of wind on the SOB (nothing unusual) The short ride would have made it back to HQ quite early so the coffee stop saw us arrive back at the same time as the other 2…"