Cycling in Sydney Australia
Yep that's right, put them in the oven then put them on your feet to mould them to your foot shape. You can shove em back in the oven as many times as you need to. I only had to 'cook' em once to…Continue
I had a good look around Sydney Cyclist site and couldn't find any discussions or information regarding training methods that will help us with our cycling. I break my training up into three steps…Continue
I do any of the following rides early morning week days:-Hornsby Turramurra (via Bobbin Head) returnHornsby Pie In The Sky returnHornsby via Galston, Arcadia, Berowra Waters returnCowan Mt White and…Continue
On the June 2011 Queen's birthday long weekend I was lucky enough to participate in this inaugural event in Papua New Guinea.
I boxed my old 2009 Giant Defy One (Tiagra) road bike (didn't have my new 2011 Merida Scultura Evo Julett Ultegra bike at this stage) and wished my bike good luck on it's journey from Sydney to Cairns, Cairns to…Continue
Riding a bicycle through city traffic is often dangerous enough to be considered an extreme sport, but a concept by architect, Martin Angelov, takes the thrill of city cycling to a whole new level – literally. His design proposes a new type of bike lane, based on steel wires and suspended up to 4.5 meters (14.5 feet) above the hustle and bustle found at street level.