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Horrific accident on Central Coast last week

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Jun 6. 3 Replies

EMERGENCY specialist and cycling enthusiast Dr Rod Little remains in John Hunter Hospital in a battered state, but lucky to be alive, after being dragged on a trailing rope behind a truck for more…Continue

Tags: Coast, Central, Newcastle, accident

Newcastle bike thefts

Started Mar 24 0 Replies

Well organised thieves who favour Gumtree and Police who don't seem to be able to do anything.…Continue

Tags: theft, bike, Newcastle

Self-Driving Cars Have a Bicycle Problem - Bikes are hard to spot and hard to predict

Started this discussion. Last reply by timothy.clifford Feb 27. 2 Replies

Nice little write up on autonomous and semi-autonomous cars and the problems cyclists pose to them.No mention of banning us from the roads to solve the issue. Robotic cars are great at monitoring…Continue

 

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timothy.clifford replied to tonydelyall's discussion Gloucester – Taree back road?
"I take issue with that write up Dabba. There are actually two supermarkets at Nabiac. Although calling them super is a bit of a stretch."
Monday
timothy.clifford replied to tonydelyall's discussion Gloucester – Taree back road?
"I'll no doubt be up that way again this Christmas. Might do some exploring and report back."
Monday
timothy.clifford replied to tonydelyall's discussion Gloucester – Taree back road?
"Interesting. Let us know how the roads are to ride on out there. I've been wanting to ride Nabiac to Gloucester via Krambach for a while, but have been a little wary due to the road conditions and lack of shoulders. The only time I've…"
Monday
timothy.clifford replied to tonydelyall's discussion Gloucester – Taree back road?
"I can't speak for Gloucester Shire, but Taree City Council have notoriously bad roads. Maintenance is always an issue, especially the further south-west of Taree you get. The roads around Krambach were always poorly patched and rough. No…"
Monday
timothy.clifford replied to Dan's discussion Childhood injury study
"As a one time member of the Rural Males above the age of 16 group, I'm not surprised by the higher mortality rate. We used to do some pretty stupid stuff, and medical services weren't highly accessible."
Jun 13
Tim replied to timothy.clifford's discussion Horrific accident on Central Coast last week
"Awful. Sounds truly like a freak accident. That's going to be a painful recovery."
Jun 6
Bob Moore replied to timothy.clifford's discussion Horrific accident on Central Coast last week
"That's shocking. I'm sure he is getting the very best of care in John Hunter. Another thing to watch out for in future, trailing ropes. Usually with council rubbish trucks it's broken glass."
Jun 6
John Knight replied to timothy.clifford's discussion Horrific accident on Central Coast last week
"I saw that. Very scary footage. Dr Rod seems to have done pretty well to get get out of it alive! LOL regards the Geoff Scott frame. Nice journo work for sure!  "
Jun 6
timothy.clifford posted a discussion

Horrific accident on Central Coast last week

EMERGENCY specialist and cycling enthusiast Dr Rod Little remains in John Hunter Hospital in a battered state, but lucky to be alive, after being dragged on a trailing rope behind a truck for more than 200 metres.http://www.theherald.com.au/story/4709743/dragged-cyclist-at-john-hunter/?cs=303Godspeed to the rider involved, Dr Rod Little. Horrific way to come off. But kudos to the…See More
Jun 6
timothy.clifford replied to James Mahon's discussion Vivid & Pyrmont Footbridge
"Oh. A couple of years ago I would have laughed off such a suggestion. Now I worry it's not enough..."
May 24
timothy.clifford replied to James Mahon's discussion Vivid & Pyrmont Footbridge
"Sydney Cycleways Twitter"
May 24
timothy.clifford replied to Marc Rerceretnam's discussion 2017 Sydney Classic Bicycle Show - 25 March 2017, Tempe Velodrome
"Maybe send Marc a PM - he should know."
May 12
timothy.clifford liked Dan's blog post Teaching kids how bikes work...
May 10
timothy.clifford replied to Snowy_5's discussion Pedestrian dies after being hit by bike in St.Kilda 18-4-17
"Yep, blood money. Rego has been bleeding me for years. The haemorrhaging was especially heavy this year. "
May 9
timothy.clifford liked PeterT's discussion 2017 Sydney Classic Bicycle Show - 6 May 2017, Tempe Velodrome
Apr 26
timothy.clifford replied to Michael O'Reilly's discussion Mike needs a new bike ...
"Doesn't Mr O' have a friend with a Baum? I'm sure Darren could do one in an adult size."
Apr 18

Profile Information

What sort of riding do you do ?
Commuting, Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, Recreational, Whatever
Where in Sydney do you live ?
Brighton-Le-Sands
Tell us about your bikes
Avanti Vivace 2010
Reid Xenon 29er disc 2015
Schwinn Madison 2008 (deceased)

Timothy.clifford's Blog

WITWIMB - 4th July edition

Posted on July 4, 2013 at 1:46pm 4 Comments

Finally, I've ridden solo somewhere interesting enough to post a Where In The World I My Bike? So have at it...

New Toys

Posted on February 25, 2012 at 6:19pm 8 Comments

So I recently purchased some new toys. A couple of firsts - a single speed/fixie

First club jersey - gets it's first run tomorrow…

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Eight Long Weeks

Posted on July 21, 2011 at 11:17pm 5 Comments

Eight weeks ago I woke up, jumped out of bed, and almost collapsed on the floor. Overnight my right knee had swollen. It could handle a little weight but not much. A trip to a Physio, the first of many, identify the problem as a slight tear of the meniscus.  Apparently this is a common cycling injury. But more worryingly, my knee mechanics were all out of alignment. Slowly we started retraining and strengthening both of my knees.…

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Ambition hurts

Posted on February 12, 2011 at 9:00pm 2 Comments

Reading the recent threads around riding the Royal National Park and compact cranks had me determined to test my legs in the RNP. Rain and wind, there was no stopping me. So armed with my compact cranks, I started unusually early. Straight away the legs felt heavy and the bike sluggish,…

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Comment Wall (1 comment)

At 5:32pm on June 20, 2012, terry osmetti said…

Thanks Timothy...luckily i am "just" young enough to actually know who they are!!

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