John Knight
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John Knight's Discussions

Watch out for the "St Trinians" bunch this morning if you're riding from Manly to the City

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Moore Sep 15. 4 Replies

They're all overthe road and very distracted!

Rider down on Battle Boulevard this morning about 7am

Started Aug 29 0 Replies

He was being attended to by a group of other riders.He was looking pretty knocked around.Anybody know if he is OK?Continue

https://www.relive.cc/

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Knight Jul 25. 4 Replies

I don't know how new this, but it's new to me.If you are on Strava you link up on the https://www.relive.cc/ web site and each time you upload a ride on Strava,…Continue

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WITWIMD

Started this discussion. Last reply by non ministrare sed ministrari Jul 12. 24 Replies

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Latest Activity

John Knight replied to Rob Berry's discussion Say goodbye to the Harbour Bridge Steps
"Dumbfounded! Has Duncan started to get worried?"
21 hours ago
John Knight replied to Pat The Rat's discussion Disruptions: How Driverless Cars Could Reshape Cities
"That's another delay in driverless cars then. I'm certain that legal rather than technological issues will keep them off our roads for years to come."
yesterday
John Knight replied to Pat The Rat's discussion Disruptions: How Driverless Cars Could Reshape Cities
"I've heard the same "adjustability" stories, though with millions of civilians more or less depending on GPS to one degree or another, I think the US has to maintain a minimum standard. Best in mind that GPS signals get sketchy in the…"
yesterday
John Knight replied to Pat The Rat's discussion Disruptions: How Driverless Cars Could Reshape Cities
"I think the legal implications of "driverless" cars could take 10 to 20 years to be resolved. So far, say with the Tesla auto pilot functions, the driver is still definitely legally responsible. In a collision caused by a completely…"
yesterday
John Knight replied to Rob Berry's discussion Rider ID is dead.
"This must be reasonably accurate - https://www.nsw.gov.au/news/identification-solutions-bicycle-riders Emergency identification ID is encouraged, but not required."
yesterday
John Knight replied to Rob Berry's discussion Rider ID is dead.
"Didn't see that, but it's always made more sense to me to have a card with your emergency contact details on it than a card with just your photo and address!!!"
Monday
John Knight replied to PeterT's discussion Fitz's Challenge updated: Sunday 30 October 2016
"Jealous! The photos I've se"
Nov 8
John Knight replied to PeterT's discussion Fitz's Challenge updated: Sunday 30 October 2016
"The bunch I knew spent about 10 days in the area - After summer - late Aug / Sept. Brilliant blue skies contrasting with bright green grasslands and grey/white peaks."
Nov 8
John Knight replied to PeterT's discussion Fitz's Challenge updated: Sunday 30 October 2016
Nov 8
John Knight replied to PeterT's discussion Fitz's Challenge updated: Sunday 30 October 2016
" This - Pyrenees. Piccy - unphotoshopped - stolen from a mate who was there in June. Just amazing scenery."
Nov 8
John Knight replied to tonydelyall's discussion 3/4 length men’s shorts to ride in?
"I have a couple of pairs of Pearl Izumi Canyon shorts which I really like for holiday trail riding etc. Stretchy and with a removable 3D inner - so you can use the PI padded inner, or regular undies or other padded undies. The leg length 1/2 covers…"
Oct 31
John Knight replied to Neil Alexander's discussion Another WITWIMB
"Regarding gumboots, If you're thinking of heading to Forbes, Don't!"
Sep 23
John Knight replied to Jim Frech's discussion MHL Worldwide Study?
"He gets paid for this? After googling some accident stats, I think it's pretty clear that all people over the age of 65 need MHL 24 hours per day - I just read that the biggest contributor to brain injury in the 65+ age group is falls, a…"
Sep 22
John Knight replied to Nigel Mukhi's discussion Help on what bike i should buy.
"I agree on the fitting. The best bike in the world is useless if it doesn't fit you and your riding needs. All three retailers mentioned should be competent, but I've had a pre-fit at Cyclery Northside and was very impressed with their…"
Sep 19
John Knight replied to noelbike's discussion Another dog trailer death today.
"With all the construction around Sydney at the moment, it's a subject well worth highlighting. And a lot of the big long bonnet tippers have appalling forward vision, particularly on inclines. Be careful if there's one waiting behind you…"
Sep 19
Bob Moore replied to John Knight's discussion Watch out for the "St Trinians" bunch this morning if you're riding from Manly to the City
"Hi vis vests would seem to be a little superfluous."
Sep 15

Profile Information

What sort of riding do you do ?
Commuting, Road Cycling, Recreational, Whatever
Where in Sydney do you live ?
Lane Cove
Tell us about your bikes
1999 Litespeed Natchez Ti road bike - Purchased Dec 2012 - Fits me perfectly and is in beautiful condition.

2000 (?) Fuji cro-mo road bike of unknown model - Purchased June 2012 - Now retired since the Litespeed arrived.

2010 Marin Muirwoods 29er - my first bike in 26 years. Now reserved as family ride/bush/camping holiday bike.
About Me:
Back into riding after 25 years off!
I feel like a 10 year old on my bike and am enjoying riding to work once or twice a week.
I've lost 14kg since getting back into cycling when I bought the Muirwoods in June 2011 to ride with my daughter. Cholesterol has dropped from 7.5 to 5.0 during that time as well.
I feel healthier now than in the last 15 years.
April 2013 - Now lost 18kg!

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At 9:25pm on April 14, 2012, Snowy_5 said…

Hi John,

Bike Muster, Click on ride booklet tab for info. Mark was with me there.Been camping there. Breakfast, lunch and camping included in price but extra for dinner.. I had a good time the 1st time this year. Online entries will be after mid-January`13. Hope it helps you.

Cheers,

David.

 

At 2:54pm on April 1, 2014, PeterT said…
At 7:13am on April 2, 2014, John Knight said…
Oh dear. According to that I'm not really cut out for knighthood.
I can't grow hair on top of my head and hate shaving!

I'll have to look around for a chainmail jersey and knicks with solid pewter chamois :-)

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John Knight's Blog

WITHIMB?

Posted on April 20, 2014 at 5:08pm 3 Comments

Nobody's done it this Christmas - WITHIMB?

Posted on January 10, 2014 at 5:51pm 13 Comments

Is in NSW.

Joys of the family bike ride

Posted on October 3, 2013 at 9:09pm 8 Comments

We're staying up in the Myall Lakes NP as we do every October and this morning we went on my traditional family bike ride.

The weather was a little cooler, a little cloudy, perfect. Rain predicted for the afternoon. OK.

It all started well. A few kms down the dirt road and over the Bomba Point ferry and down the Mungo Road for a walk through the Mungo Brush rain forest.







Lovely. We made it to the rain forest just in time for a light shower. No big deal.… Continue

Great Ocean Road Otways Classic

Posted on April 22, 2013 at 7:30am 1 Comment

I've been working up to this ride for ages - and looking forward to catching up with an old cycling buddy from my Uni days who I hadn't ridden with for around 30 years.

We got down to Torquay on Friday late afternoon. It was absolutely freezing, and raining and blowing pretty hard when we went out for dinner.

I was so glad I packed everything and bought arm warmers just the week before!

It was overcast, damp and a bit breezy a the beach for the start.…

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