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Bill Parker replied to Andrew K's discussion Interesting places or applications you have seen bikes used
"Maybe we don't have it so bad after all ? Life on two wheels: Being a cyclist in Beijing and…"
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Interesting places or applications you have seen bikes used

Going though some trip snaps last night and remembered the cargo bikes being used to transport…See More
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jelyot replied to noelbike's discussion "Big" new oil discovery in WA not so big really.
"I'm not sure about solutions for the poor, especially in the country. And I don't think…"
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Spring Cycle at St Leonards Park

October 19, 2014 from 6:30am to 1pm
Spring Cycle is a long standing community cycling event that celebrates participation from all…See More
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Robflyte replied to Robflyte's discussion Dam Blue Hills 100, 200 & 300. August 24th, Sunday in the group Audax Riders
"Riding a 200 every 2 weeks, do you think that will help? or possibly wear you out? I think the YRR…"
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Samuel Russell replied to Samuel Russell's discussion New cycle routes
"I was surprised by Bondi Junction - Tempe.  Some of it is the route I use myself.  But…"
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Justin Smirk replied to Colin's discussion Campbell St Cycleway Progress
"This will also be great for kids going to Crown Street and Bourke Street public schools! At the…"
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Colin replied to Samuel Russell's discussion New cycle routes
"I like these signs - I think they signal to new riders that it really is possible to make these…"
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Helen OBoyle replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Pyrmont Bridge "trial" garden, good or bad?
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Daniel replied to Colin's discussion Campbell St Cycleway Progress
"This is rad - hill sprints away from a chasing car aren't an issue for me but on my commute…"
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New cycle routes

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Campbell St Cycleway Progress

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Pyrmont Bridge "trial" garden, good or bad?

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Lux and Lumens and bike lights

Posted by Robflyte on August 20, 2014 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Lux: a measurement of light taking area into account.

Lumens: total amount of light emitted from a source.



A 1000 lumen light source over directed over 1msq is 1000lux.

A 1000 lumen light source over 10msq is 100lux.



lux (with almost all bike lights) measured on the ground falls off with distance as the light spreads.



As a photographer using artifical lighting you understand light fall-off, the inverse square law, feathering.



most bike…

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Cycling on holidays

Posted by Helen Leung on August 18, 2014 at 4:43am 0 Comments

I'm currently on holidays in Europe. Just came back from a bike ride on the streets of Berlin. I just have to write down here that I have never felt so safe riding a bike as I have in Berlin! 

They were so far ahead of their times in WW2

Posted by Dabba on August 9, 2014 at 10:34am 6 Comments

This was taken at Duxford RAF Museum near Cambridge UK.

Where in the world is my bike?

Posted by Mark Lambert on August 8, 2014 at 9:47pm 11 Comments

The first correct answer wins a child.

 
 
 

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