Cycling in Sydney Australia
Last week, Toddler Dan turned two years old, so we had a birthday party. it was huge amounts of fun; large numbers of sugared-up toddlers charging about, pushing each other over and then wailing, a ridiculously large cake with butter icing slowly going rancid in the twenty-eight degree heat, and a whole load of thoughtful presents that were mostly broken within the…Continue
First club jersey - gets it's first run tomorrow…Continue
Is there a frame builder in Sydney who would fit S+S or Ritchey Breakaway couplings to a Surly LHT? Which is the better coupling for touring?
careful riding around brighton of an afternoon, the fishermans club at kyeemagh has a huge blackboard outside stating..... TRADIES LUNCH SPECIAL... FREE BEER. the mind boggles ,maybe the cops should attend the club.
Looking for mid - week commute ride to Sydney City from Cronulla (and return). Suggestions welcome>
Somewhat aghast that charity riders and others are still using the dangerous Princess highway to Melb Please consider the following two routes on generally quite back roads. Some days there was virtually no traffic. The first route covers the 1993 Bicycle Victoria ride, a camping trip, and the second route comes from Terry Threlfall’s, (Terrys Cycling adventures), accommodated trip of 2003. Miss your trips and fruit cake Terry. A line per day is shown with some intermediate points…Continue
I would like to know if there are any other Mountain Bike riders who carry or have considered carrying a Personal Locator Beacon? I regularly ride tracks where my smart-phone has no signal and have considered getting a PLB in case the worst happens.
Every day of the eight days we spent in Bright prior to the Audax ride, the temperatures soared over thirty degrees. The day of The Ride was no different with a predicted maximum of 36 degrees. As the wimp of the group, I chose to enter the 70km ride which was simply Bright to the top of Mt Buffalo and return. That meant that the ascent of Buffalo was done in the cool of the morning, with the mist still rising from the valley below.........…Continue
OK, Neil wants me to write stuff about my recent adventure in the Victorian High Country. The written word does not come as easily to me as it does to Neil and others, so I am warming up with a couple of WITWIMB guessing games.Continue
I hardly ever get punctures. Almost never. Just don’t believe in ‘em. The last time I had a puncture was in March, and the last time before that was – well, actually I don’t remember. In fact, I stopped getting punctures when I started using Conti Sports Contact tyres. Now, I’m not big on…Continue