Cycling in Sydney Australia
For three weeks in July (usually), I love the Tour: There is France. There is scenery. There is drama. There's often some cows, and maybe a few dogs. There is also some cycling. And some cyclists. But mostly, for me, there is the commentary team.
The voices of cycling are where it's at. The stars, Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen, going…
Les vaches du tour. Local residents are often a good source of cycle-touring-route advice, if you can understand their directions. These locals were a bit moo-nosyllabic but they were right about Cedar Party Rd being a good bicycle route to Wingham.
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(NOTE: I recommend you read Part One first but it's your choice.)Continue
I don't own a car, I'm what they call a utility cyclist. The vast majority of my travelling is done on a cargo bike, more often than not with two kids on board. I'm also overweight, have been most of my adult life, even when I was a cycle courier my nickname was "Fatboy". You would think that riding a bike all the time would make me skinny as a tent pole, but it doesn't work that way. I'd like to blame genetics, or a poor metabolism, or whatever the excuse du jour is, but the fact is I like…Continue
Mountain biking. Some pretty cool coordinated moves like the red arrows
Added by Pat The Rat on June 9, 2013 at 3:51pm — No Comments