Does anyone now what brand and where abouts i can get a white helmet the same as the Euskatel pro cycling team? I thnk they may be called whisper but not sure. Any help would be super?
Added by Leigh Fisher on November 28, 2009 at 4:02pm —
i recently bought a bike in Brooklyn NYC and am having real trouble shipping it back to Australia. I am getting quotes of $600. If anyone out there can offer some advice i would greatly appreciate it. Surely others have been in my shoes...
Added by Leigh Fisher on November 28, 2009 at 3:58pm —
I heard Bobridge, C Meyer, Brownie, the NZ team including the guy that won the points race at the World Cup (Scully?), Perko, Meares, OShea, Lang, Durbridge, Dennis, Awang, Ng, Sunderland, Niblett are all riding at Rev 5. And that Rev 5 now includes the final of the Austral Wheelrace. Should be a cracker of a night. Apparently, although they haven't officially launched it you can get tickets now at ticketek.
Just a heads up!
Added by Henry Wilson on November 25, 2009 at 9:01pm —
I was interested in peoples views on tyre liners as I seem to continue to have puncture problems.
Are they any good? I was looking at a product called 'Spinskins' which are new to Australia but have little knowledge on them.
Any advise would be great.
Added by Simon Morrison on November 24, 2009 at 11:24am —
Going to Holland and have a day free for a ride? This is my highly recommended pick for the best one day tour, great for beginners and for tough guys. http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2009/11/19/green-fields-of-amsterdam-cycling-the-dutch-countryside/
Added by Richard Tulloch on November 23, 2009 at 7:13am —
This could be the best ride in the world's best cycle touring country - flat, safe, beautiful, interesting, historical, with easy access to food, beds and alcohol...shame about the weather, though. Here's my take on it: http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2009/11/11/picture-postcard-pedalling-cycling-hollands-green-heart/
Added by Richard Tulloch on November 13, 2009 at 8:18pm —
I know, I know - if you've only got limited time to tour Europe, Denmark may not be on top of your 'must do' list. But it's a great country for riding. The Danes are almost as bike mad as the Dutch, the infrastructure and roads are great, everyone speaks English better than you do, and there is plenty to see along the way. Here's my blog on riding round Bornholm Island, clashing with their cool Danish colour schemes:…
Added by Richard Tulloch on November 3, 2009 at 3:32pm —
The Sydney/Wollongong classic is always a great day. Entries limited to 10,000 this year, which made for slightly less traffic in the peleton. I took the camera, but bike cam was wobbly (I need both hands to steer on the spectacular bits). Then I just wanted to get to the finish not too far behind my son - and made it! But here's the link to my blog:…
Added by Richard Tulloch on November 3, 2009 at 4:56am —