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Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour

Started this discussion. Last reply by Truewheels Nov 10. 8 Replies

Help! Doing a solo off-road tour at short notice on my cyclo-cross bike (Cellbike Brunswick) that lacks some touring essentials. Any recommendations for navigation (Garmin? what kind?), luggage…Continue

Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Truewheels Sep 18. 6 Replies

Hi cycle people, I'm on a Citizens Panel to make recommendations on the future of the clubhouse of the former Artarmon Bowling Club, next to the bike path through Artarmon Reserve. At our next…Continue

 

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Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"Thanks Peter"
Nov 10
Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"Thanks for these links and info Bill. Not carrying all the gear for cooking etc this time or more water than for a day's riding but I'm interested in setting myself up so I can do more adventurous rides in future."
Nov 10
Bill Parker replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
Nov 8
Bill Parker replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"You certainly know how to dig up a topic guaranteed to bring out a diversity of opinions. In the 30 years since you toured you will find a whole new area of touring called bikepacking and of course a whole new way of extracting large amounts of…"
Nov 8
Carl H replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"I would suggest your best bet for luggage is bikepacking style bags from manufacturers such as Apidura, Revelate Designs, BikeBagDude etc. They are designed for off-road. As one example, this is how we have done it -…"
Nov 8
PeterT replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"http://www.wiggle.com.au/altura-altura-vortex-seatpack carries 12L of stuff without needing the rack (and weight of the rack) You need to learn to compress everything down to balance the weight you might want to consider a front roll bag I imagine…"
Nov 8
Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"Thanks Dabba"
Nov 8
Dabba replied to Truewheels's discussion Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour
"This is relevant for gps."
Nov 8
Truewheels posted a discussion

Setting up cyclo-cross bike for a tour

Help! Doing a solo off-road tour at short notice on my cyclo-cross bike (Cellbike Brunswick) that lacks some touring essentials. Any recommendations for navigation (Garmin? what kind?), luggage carriage (maybe a T-ONE CAPA Rear Rack Carrier Bag and detachable alloy rack - is that tough enough for off-road?) and any innovative water carrying solutions? My touring knowledge is, like, 30 years out of date. So very keen to hear any and all suggestions. See More
Nov 8
Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"Thanks Bob. Yes I'd heard about the Camperdown club and we'd love to have something similar in Artarmon, including the community gardens, but on a more modest scale."
Sep 18
Bob Moore replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"The Camperdown Bowling Club has been converted to a cafe/restaurant with vegetable gardens, play areas etc, with a small takeaway coffee kiosk out the front. I think there is an art gallery attached. Very popular, and a lot come on foot, although…"
Sep 18
Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"Thanks James! It looks like a bigger deal than our humble little bowling club but definitely something we can draw ideas and inspiration from. AM"
Sep 18
James Mahon replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"Have a look at Rhodes Connection - a Council run community centre/hub which just this weekend hosted a bicycle shindig. The Connection has lots of different drop in activities, story time (Chinese/Korean), robotics, 3D printing, study areas, martial…"
Sep 18
Truewheels replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"It's neither. It's No 3 of 4 meetings of a 15-member Citizen Panel that Council set up specifically to recommend on the fate of the clubhouse. They invited public submissions on the whole bowling club site a few months back and the…"
Sep 16
Bernard replied to Truewheels's discussion Artarmon Bowling Clubhouse - what next?
"Is it a Council meeting on Monday or an APA meeting? I like your ideas, being able to use the site for some cycling related matters would be good."
Sep 16
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What sort of riding do you do ?
Commuting, Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, Recreational, Touring, Whatever
Where in Sydney do you live ?
ARTARMON
Tell us about your bikes
A vintage Jim Lemon touring bike - my green machine. A Litage road bike - pretty vintage too but still a delight to ride. An old mountain bike that functions as a cargo bike to tow the trailer with shopping.
About Me:
Love my cycling but I let lots of other things get in the way so I did it less and less. Now re-discovering the joy!

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Artarmon Bowling Club-house - what next?

Posted on September 16, 2017 at 5:23pm 0 Comments

I'm on a Citizens Panel to make recommendations on the future of the clubhouse of the former Artarmon Bowling Club, next to the bike path through Artarmon Reserve. The Club sold the site cheaply to council to be a dedicated recreation area. The grounds are proposed to be re-landscaped with community gardens, play and picnic spaces etc with access from the bike path. The panel has already decided that uses of the site should be low impact, compatible with multiple uses by different…

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