Anne-Lise Larsen
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Braking mechanism seems to have cut the brake cable - disc brakes

Started this discussion. Last reply by noelbike Mar 28, 2013. 9 Replies

hello everyone. I was wondering, have any of you come across your cables slowly being cut simply by braking. I discovered the problem, luckily as I was opening my garage door the other day, rather…Continue

STOLEN - Giant Cypress 3 Men's - Carlton

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul van Bellen Mar 28, 2013. 23 Replies

Last night we came home to find my husband's black Giant Cypress 3 Men's bike had been stolen. Our garage door lock in Carlton was jimmied.It's a really low act as he has MS and with his extreme…Continue

Rockdale/Kogarah Cyclist Input Wanted

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Hoskins Mar 22, 2012. 18 Replies

This is from the Rockdale Council News: If you've noticed more cyclists on our roads in recent years, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. This fantastic form of transport and fitness is growing…Continue


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Magpie the Giant Seek 2
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Cyclists and bike paths and rules of the road and avoiding head ons and simple common courtesy

Posted on May 15, 2012 at 12:02am 7 Comments

I've been holding my tongue about this for a while, but I'd be curious to know what everyone's opinion is about this... and whether I'm being entirely unreasonable. Are there no bike path rules? Is it every cyclist for him/herself? This may be an inarticulate rant...

My understanding of bike paths is that they should follow similar rules to that of the road. Keep left, keep to within your lane, give way in the usual road rule way.

I ride every day on bike paths and roads, and…


Crazy pram weilding old bald man with crazy mad scientist hair

Posted on May 6, 2011 at 10:57am 8 Comments

The other day I was riding along the bike path down at Sans Souci heading north, just as it turns into the dolls point part of the track, behind the houses. There's a little path where pedestrians can join the shared path from the footpath. As I was heading towards this section, I saw an older man pushing a pram along. He saw me too, coming along at some pace - probably 20km or so. I slowed down as a cautionary and thought to ring my bell, but also thought that he being older, would realise…


Cyclists Advice Wanted - Kogarah/Rockdale

Posted on February 15, 2011 at 10:25am 6 Comments

This is from the Rockdale Council News:


If you've noticed more cyclists on our roads in recent years, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. This fantastic form of transport and fitness is growing in popularity each year and Council is making inroads to ensure the cycling network, linking the City of Rockdale to other ares of Sydney meets the demands of modern-day bicycle commuters.

Kogarah City and Rockdale City Councils have completed a feasibility study of the two…


Motorist beepings and my bleepings!

Posted on February 14, 2011 at 10:21pm 10 Comments

I was riding along rocky point road this morning after 11am, minding my own business, traveling north on the inside lane. Today I had two beeps from motorists. I'm not sure what they're trying to achieve, but I tell you, it scares the hell out of me when I hear a beep come from nowhere for apparently no reason.


The first beep happened down at the pool at sans souci. A white four wheel drive just beeped me, apparently to tell me it was going to pull in front of me to turn left…


Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 1:56pm on February 4, 2011, Rob Berry said…
You mean the Cooks River path? Definitely give it a go, it is a really lovely area to ride through, quiet, leafy - you will forget you are in Sydney!
At 2:10pm on February 4, 2011, Rob Berry said…

If you are getting on to the path at Tempe, it basically starts at Kendrick Park, which is on the Princes Highway - have a look at this Bikely Route -

At 2:33pm on February 4, 2011, Rob Berry said…
No worries, it really is a lovely bit of Sydney to ride, infitely more enjoyable than battling with traffic down Bexley Road.
At 9:34am on February 15, 2011, Rob Berry said…

Super - this morning our new dog trailer for our bike arrived, so Fiona and I can now spend more time exploring the many parks along the river with our puppy :)

At 9:36pm on December 30, 2011, stephen daniels said…

sorry, hurstville.

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