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Comment by Paul Gagnon on January 31, 2013 at 8:50am

Will be arriving from US on Feb 5th will be staying in Holroyd,thru Friday weekend in Newcastle and following week back in Holroyd-hoping to meet up with some bent riders and tour Sydney,will bring shoes and kit,will need a bike.Any help and/or advice would be welcome. I can be contacted at papapauldiver@gmail.com or on my Facebook page friend me Paul Gagnon Punta Gorda Fl USA or my in country number after the 5th is 0-750-657012.

Comment by Adam 1st Earl of Ormond on March 5, 2014 at 10:21am

"Ride On" magazine's Feb/Mar edition had an article on "7 endurance road bikes - ridden and rated"....no surprise that there were no recumbents on the list. I wonder when the secret will be out about recumbent suitability for endurance and other forms of road riding.

Comment by Cap'nJac on Saturday

You poor man! Why are you staying in Holroyd of all places?? Industrial and ugly!! Stay in the city or in a leafy green neighbourhood. If you like the bush and a meal and a sttep down and up hill road trip go to Bobbin Head Turramurra but be warned the route there is on the main roads and like most Aussie roads they are not the bike friendly so keep your wits about you and stay LEFT! GIVE WAY TO THE RIGHT. Most bike shops sell the WHERE TO RIDE Sydney Cycling map (Produced by Bicycling Australia, about $12 Aus) you may even be able to get it online. Regards, C My husband also loves to cycle galston gorge (busy however) but pretty if you like a steep hill. Homebush Olympic park is falt and easy and safe to ride but a fair few pedestrians share the bike paths. Ride safely, have fun!

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