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Bob Moore replied to Bob Moore's discussion George St closed to cyclists?
"Dutch plan to restrict cycling on a pedestrianised canal area put on hold. Like Bicycle Dutch id…"
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PeterT replied to PeterT's discussion South Korea, bike touring options
"err... the picture was working earlier.... anyway the picture and the page it came…"
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Neil Alexander replied to Neil Alexander's discussion ...another WITWIMB
"HFS. I dunno how you did that. I thought no-one would ever get it. Can't fool you guy(s) after…"
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PeterT replied to PeterT's discussion South Korea, bike touring options
"A proper blog by another rider here…"
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Snowy_5 replied to Rob Berry's discussion Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps
"2107????  So they might start building it in 2207 after a lot of infightings, quarrellings,…"
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John Knight replied to James Mahon's discussion Lost 20-Nov-17 West side of Victoria Road Overpass approach from Lilyfield road
"No good. And yeah, good gilet/jacket is a beautiful thing. None of the cheap ones I've bought…"
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James Mahon replied to Pat The Rat's discussion Naremburn Cycleway
"I started riding up Pacific Highway - but all the cars slow you down and the headaches from the…"
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James Mahon replied to James Mahon's discussion Lost 20-Nov-17 West side of Victoria Road Overpass approach from Lilyfield road
"No luck :( The pouch was a 'large' so it was poking out of jersey pocket - I can't…"
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John Knight replied to Rob Berry's discussion Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps
"Excellent!"
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Edward Re replied to Rob Berry's discussion Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps
"That is some great news Pat."
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Pat The Rat replied to Pat The Rat's discussion Naremburn Cycleway
"Great news John"
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Pat The Rat replied to Rob Berry's discussion Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps
"According to Rudy Botha on "Cycle" consultation will commence on 23rd November 2107 and…"
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George St closed to cyclists?

Started by Bob Moore in Advocacy and Policy. Last reply by Bob Moore 5 hours ago. 16 Replies

South Korea, bike touring options

Started by PeterT in Group Rides. Last reply by PeterT 6 hours ago. 26 Replies

...another WITWIMB ...fails to be cryptic enough!

Started by Neil Alexander in General. Last reply by Neil Alexander 10 hours ago. 3 Replies

Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps

Started by Rob Berry in In the news. Last reply by Snowy_5 14 hours ago. 53 Replies

Naremburn Cycleway

Started by Pat The Rat in General. Last reply by James Mahon 16 hours ago. 6 Replies

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One WITWIMB down, so...

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Art Gallery NSW expansion- new lift

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Bicycles as art

Posted by Dan on October 15, 2017 at 6:26pm 3 Comments

Mrs Chillikebab and I recently went on a cultural outing to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. Much fun to be had peering at the various avant-garde artworks – the usual combination of quite a lot of ‘meh’, a bit of ‘ooh’, occasional ‘aah’, and even the odd ‘WTF?’.

Amidst the piles of broken concrete fragments, lines drawn on walls, bags of coloured water and…

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More airport riding

Posted by Dan on October 3, 2017 at 10:57am 1 Comment

So I had to go to the airport again. But this time to the domestic terminal, rather than international. My assumption would be that it would be equally easy, and I set off with alacrity.

However, it isn’t as easy. Or at least, if it is I haven’t found the easy way to do it. It’s a bit further, but the only route I could find basically involved riding into the airport via the main…

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Dockless bike share – oBike vs ReddyGo

Posted by Dan on September 21, 2017 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Dockless bike share has come to Sydney, with two rival companies setting up within a few weeks of each other. Red and yellow bikes are becoming a common sight scattered around Sydney; indeed already a controversial sight as tempers flare about ‘blocked footpaths’. The authority that maintains the foreshore areas…

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Running Board Scars

Posted by Dan on September 20, 2017 at 2:33pm 6 Comments



The new look Radish is working out well. The girls love going on it, it’s easy to ride and the running boards are not just nice for little feet to rest on – they are also useful for supporting luggage and trombones.

However, there is one problem. it is extremely easy, when pulling away or manoeuvring the…

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