Bike North is a non-profit community based Bicycle User Group or BUG, affiliated with Bicycle NSW and Cycling NSW and covering Hornsby, Hunters Hill, The Hills, Ku-ring-gai, Willoughby, Lane Cove, North Sydney & Ryde council areas.See More
"This was my first Gong ride and it was great.
We did it as a team and as a couple of our riders were late we didn't leave until about 8:20 and crossed the finish line about 3hrs 20 mins (ride time) later.
I actually found the late start…"
"To add my 2 bobs worth
Personally i like reading the stories and hearing about peoples experiences and points of view.
Certainly i don't agree with some of what i read but everyone is entitled to their opinion and that is the great thing about…"
"If it was Purple and white checker i think that is ABC Taxis. 132522
Perhaps do a google image search and see if any look familiar.
The only excuse i give busses is that it is probably hard to see us behind there…"
"Personally i would report it to the cab company itself.
Hopefully they will talk to the driver which will probably have more impact if the driver thinks his job could be jeopordised by his dangerous driving.
I usually find the…"
OpenCyclelMap is part of the Open Street Map Project. Basically it's a wiki style editable map. Routes/features on the map are tagged, and OpenCycleMap extracts or highlights the cycling related features.See More
"no i was not talking about a truck just a van or station wagon and i was not talking about red lights.
I am just talking about appearances. i.e you think it is rediculous for a car to speed say do 130 on a freeway whereas the driver thinks…"
"I worked for about 7 years as a commercial driver in and around the city in the service industry,
i have heard plenty of drivers tell me that 50km, 60km, school zones etc are rediculous as well and it is completely safe for them…"
"I say good move, i often see people speed up to the camera slow down for a100m or so and then speed up again. The cameras seem to be a way to trap the people who loose concentration for a while.
A better way to me seems to be to replace…"