I’m familiar with the requirements and rigours of solo cycle touring. Packing everything I need; clothes, food, camping gear, stove […]
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West Coast Wilderness Trail New Zealand: A cycling holiday.
Bicycle Names, Lucky Charms, Mascots & Silly Superstitions
Cyclists are creatures of habit, as such it’s become usual for me to keep my ‘inside bikes’ located in different […]
Lost in Space
The toughest thing about bicycle touring is making the decision to GO. After that everything else falls into place […]
Wet, Wet, Wet in Victoria BC
Cyclists are optimists by nature. After another night of persistent rain there was a brief lull this morning “Looks like […]
Triabunna to Swansea 51 Kilometers
We slept through last nights rain in Triabunna, waking refreshed and ready for action. Sweet, fresh local water in our […]
Show us your map of Tassie!
Therese finished work today- Yippee 12 months leave! So now we are excited, packed and ready to go. I have […]
Born to ride- We all have to start somewhere!
I learned to ride a bike in 1967. My older brother’s Malvern Star, running a Sturmey-Archer 3-speed bicycle gear hub […]
Richmond to Triabunna
I fell asleep to the sounds of laughter coming from a happy bunch of British backpackers. I woke to the […]
Cold in Kempton
Clear skies resulted in a cold night. I was warm in my coffin like tent but I took a while […]