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"I'll get mine fixed last year."

Peter H replied Jul 24, 2018 to Recall: BMC Timemachine 01 (2017 & 2018 frames and complete bikes)

2 Jul 25, 2018
Reply by Andrew Taafe

"The problems I see with this is it will become a weapon for the motorists against an…"

Peter H replied Jul 22, 2018 to NSW government to allow teenagers to ride bikes on footpaths under change to road law (ABC)

18 Jul 24, 2018
Reply by Donald Rintoule

"So, if someone was to fall while attempting to take their bike up or down the bike s…"

Peter H replied Jul 17, 2018 to Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps

104 Feb 7
Reply by Andrew Cowley

"Perhaps a criteria of a "liveable city" should be how successful alternate forms of…"

Peter H replied Jul 10, 2018 to RIP dockless bike share

13 Jul 23, 2018
Reply by mikesbytes

"The art was done as part of FISART - Festivalul Internațional de Street Art in 2017.…"

Peter H replied Jul 2, 2018 to WITWIMB

4 Jul 2, 2018
Reply by noelbike

"The locality is Timișoara Romania - still googling for a more accurate location ;)"

Peter H replied Jul 2, 2018 to WITWIMB

4 Jul 2, 2018
Reply by noelbike

"Because within the Australian road rule 288 (Driving on a path) has a note (5A) that…"

Peter H replied Jun 27, 2018 to Even posties aren't safe from the long arm of the ego oriented officers

6 Jul 8, 2018
Reply by Scientia et Labore

"I wonder if Go-Get would receive the same level of vilification if their cars were o…"

Peter H replied Jun 26, 2018 to RIP Obikes

2 Jun 26, 2018
Reply by mikesbytes

"How about:replace "men" with people and "women" with people. As a society, there is…"

Peter H replied Jun 25, 2018 to So many similarities?

19 Oct 15, 2018
Reply by Melea

"Here's how they think:...............Hmmm, people like cars, let's get them to drive…"

Peter H replied Jun 20, 2018 to The NSW Budget

22 Jun 22, 2018
Reply by Tim


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