Lots of people and lots of fun. Here are a few snaps.
At the Willunga Market
Note, we did not spend all our time in wineries.
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Starting from Grange, the path is now all the way uninterrupted to Glenelg The new bits are halfway between the Grange and Henley Jetties. Should this be under photos, B?
If you haven’t been there yet go to PHOTOS and watch the beautiful new section along the railway line on Bernie’s Helmet Cam. This particular clip runs at three times the normal speed so it won’t take long. This is also a trial to produce video clips via youTube – I will publish some club ride footage soon.
Please let me know if you find this interesting and/or useful – and please don’t forget to send me any photos of club events you’d like to contribute!
Frank gave us a very close look at what really happens to the single rider who subjects himself to this event. It might be termed a self imposed torture which when the rider in his sleep deprived brain decides enough is enough, his / her team insist he / she keeps going.
A hell of a race. Makes the TdF seem easy.
To get up a bit of strength after winter. It worked for me during my Adelaide-Melbourne ride. So why not once more.
Between Saturday 24th Aug and Friday 30th, we will be riding 150 km a day each day. i.e. 7 times 150 km gives a total of 1,050km.
Meet fifteen minutes early to leave at the time below.
First day: 08:00 am
All other days: 07:00 am
Nick introduced us to the “Cycle Instead Journey Planner” Find it here http://maps.sa.gov.au/cycleinstead/
It will allow the downloading of text to print street name directions and also a gpx file for bike computers.
For me, It is an interesting way to discover different ways to get somewhere rather than doing one’s same well known route.
I have just been through the Useful Links page on this site and checked them; updated where possible and deleted those that no longer work. If you find any problems, please let me know. Also if you wish to suggest other relevant cycling related sites please let me know.