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Jason B replied to Bob Moore's discussion Why is the number of cyclist fatalities falling?
"The horse related transport fatality rate in New York was at least 5 times the…"
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Wir sind Profi replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"hmm, Sydney needs cows. perhaps golf courses could be made dairy pasture"
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Nigel Bisset replied to Nigel Bisset's discussion New Bridge over Homebush Bay
"Wow, someone got out of the bed on the wrong side did we? Well if 50 of the segments are in place…"
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Neil Alexander replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"I have fond childhood memories of that rail line. I'd often go with my father on Saturday…"
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Bob Moore replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"I had a look this arvo. There is a ramp up from Mary Ann St, which is handy if coming from Glebe,…"
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Edward Re replied to Nigel Bisset's discussion New Bridge over Homebush Bay
"Thanks Mr. BikeSydney."
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Bernard The 37th Earl of Selkirk replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"... so I wouldn't anticipate too much pedestrian conflict ... <\snip> ... until some…"
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Mark replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"Officially I don't know, but it is great to ride on, as we did Sunday afternoon. Disabled…"
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PeterT replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Is the Goods Line really a 'cycle path'?
"I've only heard it mentioned as a pedestrian area in the news reported so far Probably a good…"
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Neil Alexander replied to Dabba's discussion Loss of a long time cycling advocate - Prof Colin Keay
"I met him a few times in the heyday of bicycle advocacy, when a Bicycle Federation of Australia…"
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Mjog replied to Bob Moore's discussion Why is the number of cyclist fatalities falling?
"Yeah, this is why basically all the road rules we have today were enacted - to prevent motorists…"
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A new experience

Posted by Peter H on August 29, 2015 at 6:57pm 1 Comment

So, today I found out what it feels like when fingers connect with spokes while doing 50+ km/h. It wasn't a nice feeling. All in all I am very lucky as I only lost some skin - nothing broken.

Anyway, next time I adjust my front derailer I will be a bit more careful.

Barangaroo Headland Park

Posted by Neil Alexander on August 22, 2015 at 8:30pm 7 Comments

With great fanfare, the Barangaroo Headland Park was today opened by premier Baird in company with Paul Keating, former PM and prime mover for the restoration of the natural attributes of the area, and Malcolm Turnbull who tweeted that he came by Route 333 bus with his grandson (subtext: Not by helicopter, so not costing taxpayers very much).…

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On the art of building a bike from bits and pieces found in the chuck outs

Posted by Ian on August 13, 2015 at 2:10pm 5 Comments

 Advice written for a friend who makes a living from scrounging the chuck outs and wants to expand his efforts into bikes...see my blog post at   http://bit.ly/1J5v7BM

MAMIL wanted for video art project

Posted by Uri on July 29, 2015 at 6:44am 1 Comment

Dear cyclists,



I am an artist looking for a "MAMIL" to film for an art project. Ideally a man in his mid 40's to late 50's. Does not need to be super slim or athletic looking: paunchy is fine! This is not an ad for anything, so I am looking for someone "real". Can pay $300 for 2 hours of your time. Non commercial work - will never be used to sell anything. Happy to explain more to anyone interested. Please pass this on to anyone you know who may fit the description.



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