"it is a fabulous part of the world, we rode to palm beach, caught ferry to wagstaff, and then rode to woy woy tocatch train back home to sydney, a fair sort of a climb from wagstaff but the view was worth it."
I've owned a few bikes over the years as I've never had a licence. My first bike was a lovely Peugeot ladies folder in the 70s & I had a Huffy ladies with a baby seat when my daughter was little. I've just replaced a battered rusty mens mountain bike that's too big for me with a beautiful girly pink Micargi Pantera cruiser that I'll be collecting shortly. I feel too old to have flowers painted on my chain guard, I'm going to use menopause & a mid life crisis as a good excuse. Besides I love pink.
I've had a sea change to the Central Coast now I'm well & truly middle aged & rediscovered the joys of cycling after years of living in places way too hilly for comfortable riding. Despite the pot holes the Woy Woy Peninsula is a great place for cycling, you'll see a lot of helmet free riders here too. The authorities don't seem too worried about enforcing the laws here & there are lots of bikes about. Load your bike on the train & head north...
it is a fabulous part of the world, we rode to palm beach, caught ferry to wagstaff, and then rode to woy woy tocatch train back home to sydney, a fair sort of a climb from wagstaff but the view was worth it.
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