I headed back to Tempe, down the Bourke street cycleway to the Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club open day. I was surprised, and pleased, by how much they have built in the southern section. It has clearly been some time since I went down there. I think that I finally understand why I could . . . → Read More: Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club Open Day
I was running late, but still stopped at the Bicycle Sydney stand at the weekly market in Darlinghurst, though Bicycle Sydney only go there once a month. Met Elaine, who I guess I have met before, but I have a bit of a terrible memory for names. So no offence meant. They had . . . → Read More: Darlinghurst
is dealing with the symptoms, letting the body deal with the causes # @oliverzip alas, no asprin here! in reply to oliverzip # was washing the old back pack, and found the shoulder strap, in the dark recesses of his memory he remembered that once there was a strap… # notes that lucky beer . . . → Read More: Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-09-24
Helmets are not required on cycleways in the NT. A much more sensible rule.
@n eidsvold to mount perry 83.07 km, 13.90 km/h ave, 5:58:34 time, 68 km/h Mac # wonders if gin gin should change it's name to gin joint # @n mount perry to gin gin 55.59 km, 15.76 km/h ave, 3:31:39 time, 68 km/h max #cycleqld2010 # is in sunny bundaberg, yay! # always feels . . . → Read More: Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-09-17
I got up early and headed out to the airport. It is not so far to the airport from the Middle of town. I got there quite early and the terminal was partly staffed. After a while a few more people arrived and I was able to check in when they manned the . . . → Read More: Bundaberg to Sydney via Brisbane
Met the crew from last night and had breakfast. We went to McDonalds first, but two of us went back into town to a cafe. I had eggs Benedict.
I walked to Bundaberg rum. Missed the 10 am tour. Did the 11 am tour. The guides were very good and funny, . . . → Read More: Bundaberg
Got up early like everyone else. Rode into Bundaberg. Massive headwind for second half. On the way one of the tandems with a kid had some technical problems and Jasmine moved into a trailer while a boy moved onto the back of Adrian’s tandem. But later they seemed to have fixed the problem.
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It was a late start to the ride because of the morning festivities. Also they said that they wanted to let the trucks get on the road before us so that they had a clear drive.. But I still woke up early. Maybe half an hour of sleep in. Got up. Had brecky. Packed up . . . → Read More: Mount Perry to Gin Gin via Boolboonda