Cycling in Melbourne Australia
It isn't quite as blue as advertised, but it does have great bike paths. Here's my blog post about it...http://richardtullochwriter.com/2014/10/26/cycling-the-danube-2/
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Planning to visit Holland? Want to see some villages and Dutch countryside? Here's the ride you should do:
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I was shocked by the stats until I considered some other figures.
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We just finished a five-day spin around Lake Constance, Europe's most popular cycle tour. No great physical challenge, but highly recommended for beautiful scenery, historic towns and safe cycleways!
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The City of Amsterdam has just released new figures on bike use - it's inspiring reading. Just when you thought they couldn't squeeze another bike into the place, cycling is growing.
This despite all the reasons cycling should never work in Amsterdam - wind, cold, rain, ice, snow, cobblestones, canals,…Continue
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If you haven't yet watched this viral video, you should. It makes you want to take a kid out for a bike ride immediately. http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/the-sheer-joy-of-cycling-at-4-years-old/
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The Velib bike system is the best way to tootle around Paris these days. And it's getting good use. Will the Melbourne version ever take off, or will those helmet laws kill it?
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I came down from Sydney and tried the blue bikes for the first time. Good bikes (better than the Copenhagen ones), good system - shame about the helmet laws.
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So you think your morning ride was hard? Did you need to fire your revolver to ward off marauding Aborigines? No? Then you've got nothing on Donald Mackay, setting an amazing record back in 1899.
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There's a network of B&Bs spreading across Europe offering serious 'mates rates' to cyclists.
It's run by the Dutch cycling organisation Vrienden op de Fiets, 'Friends on the Bike'. If you're thinking of some cycle touring in Europe (and I often am!) it's well worth joining. Could this great idea ever catch on in Australia?
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