Cycling in Sydney Australia
We just finished a five-day loop on Europe's most popular cycling route, the circuit of Lake Constance. No great physical challenge, but highly recommended for safety, beauty and culture.
Added by Richard Tulloch on May 30, 2013 at 4:14pm — No Comments
Since the increase in the number of bicycle enthusiasts out on the roads, so the demand for a more comprehensive insurance cover for cyclists has also increased. Some of the more traditional insurance packages such as home and contents insurance may not go far enough for the avid bicycle enthusiast and some of the more specialised packages for cyclists are an extra expense that may not be needed by many.
It always pays to do research when deciding on which type of insurance is…
Added by Nancy on May 29, 2013 at 10:35am — No Comments
Land’s End to John O’Groats is a classic cycle touring route. But it was also the blue riband distance among the long distance record-breaking heyday of the 1930s to the 1960s. In 1954 Eileen Sheridan, a diminutive cyclist from Coventry sponsored by the huge…
A beater bike, something to take to the shops, that's all I wanted. The beater road bike I have is too small, my father's old Bennett also too small, the crap thing I picked up from St Vinnies, well it's crap and also too small.
So I searched far and wide for a super cheap 63cm road bike, couldn't find one that suited the purpose and ended up…Continue
Man oh man I'm so happy right now!! I just brought home my shiny new bike =)
Nick from Cheeky Transport was so helpful and awesome. He pulled strings to get me this bike in pink and white and he also helped me keep the bike under 1.8k =) I'm definitely going back for upgrades! John at the QLD dealership was also very helpful and awesome! If not for him I wouldn't even know about this colour combination! Too bad I didn't buy the bike off him, by that time I had already given a…Continue
Ever since Little Dan got her first bike, Toddler Dan II has wanted to be able to ride it. And so we have to put her on and wheel her round (her feet don't touch the ground), whilst her older sister looks on somewhat resentful that her bike has been commandeered. Incidentally, Little Dan has pretty…Continue
Well, it happened again. And again, actually – I’ve really had a spectacularly successful run of collecting tickets over the last three weeks, totalling six tickets. That’s about $400 in fines (assuming the ones I contested for various reasons are upheld). But the one that I was going to write about didn’t happen on Pyrmont Bridge, and is notable as it’s the first ticket I have ever received…Continue