Cycling in Sydney Australia
A big part of why I ride my bike is because it’s so convenient. It’s often the quickest way to get around, it’s easier than driving or catching a bus, and I can pretty much guarantee parking right outside my destination.
I’ve written several times about my cargo bike, and how it opens up a range of new possibilities for bicycle usage. It was brought home to me again the other day, when…Continue
I am very keen to spread the word in the cycling community about a new canteen operating on the south side of the Cooks River in Earlwood
Cooks River Canteen is located a mere 30m from the cycling track offering organic fairtrade coffee, Brasserie Bread jaffles and pastries and a range of cold drinks
With a large number of outdoor tables to rest at and soak up the riverside serenity, it will make a great pit stop on your weekend rides
Hope to see you…Continue
Another lovely weekend in the countryside with Bike. We (Bike & I) were doing a 200 km ride in the Central West, starting at 6am on Saturday in Parkes and travelling through Bogan Gate, Bedgerabong*, Forbes, Mulyandry*, Eugowra and back to Parkes, (* = "locality" which is a nice way of saying they don't really exist, although Forbes at 11am on Saturday is pretty empty too).…Continue