December 2008 Blog Posts (3)

The thin edge of separation

We have pushes from separation advocates for new funds to build paths and separation facilities like more Copenhagen Lanes and possible expansion of external bike paths or " Bikeways".

These might be welcomed by new riders, and hated by experienced riders.

The thin edge of the wedge is that should these pushes find favour and the use of separation become mandatory, riding on road will become impossible.

The potential to create three systems for personal mobility on a… Continue

Added by RobE on December 26, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

A Cyclist's Christmas by Kent Peterson

Remember reading this Christmas fable on Drunk Cyclist ages ago and couldn't find a link. All I could recall was the phrase that went something like "you'll blow your knees out".

So I googled it and bingo! The original story appeared, first item on google. Ya!

Here 'tis: A Cyclist's Christmas by Kent… Continue

Added by ChrisS on December 24, 2008 at 9:19pm — 1 Comment

With bags & swags ... and Malvern Stars

Listen to a fantastic example of bicycle-themed radio on ABC Radio National: 1940s young women cycle Australia

A cycling holiday around a country the size of Australia is going to present challenges, even for the most experienced rider. But imagine taking that trip 62 years ago.

The year was…

Added by ChrisS on December 3, 2008 at 11:30pm — No Comments

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