Thought that this bollard system would be unique enough to be quite rare. Can't get the bike and trailer through and decided I didn't want to take the kids out, take the trailer off, then lift everything over, so I just stopped here took the photo and continued riding.
Added by Mark on May 30, 2010 at 6:44pm —
We awoke early with the tang of smoke in our nostrils but, fortunately, on opening the tent flap saw the nearby countryside was yet unblackened by ubiquitous bushfire.
The road ahead, still long and winding, was remarkably unsullied by traffic. We left the fires behind, making good time before the heat returned. Geoff, while still keen to draught our tandem, kept a respectful distance behind. He seemed none the worse for his unconventional, high-speed dismount of the previous… Continue
Added by Neil Alexander on May 29, 2010 at 11:30am —
Cycle touring is surely the most fun you can have on two wheels. Traversing peaceful countryside on a bicycle carrying everything you need for a camping holiday is the ultimate in travelling freedom. So, touring by tandem should be twice the fun. Of course, the potential for disaster may also multiply, even exponentially, as happened one recent summer day -- a day when the rules of tandem mathematics went wild. Continue
A bright, hot sun blazing from a clear…
Added by Neil Alexander on May 28, 2010 at 5:00pm —
As some of you know I've recently been overseas, while I was there I was taking note of how people use their bikes. Two of the places I saw a big difference in how
they are used were Cambridge and London.
First up some photos of Cambridge.…
Added by Susan on May 28, 2010 at 11:29am —
Navigating around the Netherlands by bike is easy, thanks to the brilliant bike network system. I tried it out and it works a treat! http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/the-brilliant-dutch-cycle-network-amsterdam-to-laren/
Added by Richard Tulloch on May 25, 2010 at 7:06pm —
i've been (what I consider serious) cycling for around 13 months now . I entered in the B2B a couple of months ago, and after reading a thread on SC about racing, decided I'd dip my toe into the racing scene again.
The Beaumont Rd Criteriums hosted by NSCC was where I was headed, and had no idea about how i'd go, how quick i would be, and what the rules & etiquette were all about.
So- Saturday morning, I took a leaisuely ride up the old Highway to Beaumont… Continue
Added by Steve H on May 17, 2010 at 10:03am —
Today I rode to the shops after a Pedal Power ride. It has been a while since I did a full shopping load by bike. I loaded the calico bags I use for shopping into the panniers and rode off to Westfield Woden. Most of the way was bike path, however I did use the road for part of the way.
The Westfield at Woden has some bike racks right outside the main doors. I was able to lock the bike on to one of them. I was one of a number of riders. There was also a… Continue
Added by Jonathon Troy on May 15, 2010 at 10:47pm —
The quality of bicycle infrastructure in Sydney never ceases to amaze.
These photos are just from my ride today.
3rd Place - The prize for Best Placement of a Variable Message Sign
2nd Place - The prize for Narrowest Bike Lane
(with the sharpest turn) goes to....… Continue
Added by Tony Arnold on May 13, 2010 at 6:11pm —
So, I picked up a new toy a few days ago.
Well, I use the term "new" loosely. This "new " toy is 27 years old. But it's "new" in the sense that I'm the first consumer to have purchased it from the retailer.
It's a 1983 Malvern Star Sprint 12.
More pictures here:… Continue
Added by Robert Harris on May 11, 2010 at 2:13am —
Great to catch up with Cadel Evans in Amsterdam while he was wearing the pink Giro jersey. I've been following this fabulous event for the past week, riding parts of it myself, and writing about it on:http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/giro-ditalia-scoop-my-exclusive-with-cadel/
Added by Richard Tulloch on May 11, 2010 at 12:36am —
Planning a cycle touring trip to Japan for two weeks
with my bro towards the end of September. Hoping to explore lots of
mountainous country (love riding up big hills). Anyone have any general
advice for cycle touring in Japan and/or route tips? Looking to fly
Jetstar. However, with a 20kg weight limit including bike (plus 10kg of
hand luggage) going to have to pack light.
Added by Clinton on May 10, 2010 at 7:19pm —
I will now make a public pledge that from this day on I will try really, really hard to not swear out loud whilst riding my bike.
Added by Mark Lambert on May 6, 2010 at 10:47am —
The Giro d'Italia starts this weekend in that famous Italian city Amsterdam. I know the cycling routes here very well - and have some advice for Cadel on: http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2010/05/05/giro-ditalia-prologue-my-insiders-tips/
Added by Richard Tulloch on May 6, 2010 at 3:53am —
My girlfriend and I are planning a trip to Europe for June/July and we will be bringing the bikes with us. The plan is:
1 week in Copenhagen
2 weeks touring along the North Sea Eurovelo route from Copenhagen to Amsterdam
1 week in Amsterdam
A few days around Rotterdam, Brussels at the first stages of Le Tour
1 week in Berlin
1 week in Zurich
A few days in Tokyo
We don't know anyone in Copenhagen or Amsterdam, but we'll be staying with friends for most of the… Continue
Added by Tony Arnold on May 5, 2010 at 11:55am —