Cycling in Bright... with family.
If you're anything like me you're trying to balance riding your bike with a family and work... So it's not usually an option to announce that you're heading off for a weekend of cycling with a 'see you on Sunday night' as you wave from the door.
I recently hit the road with the family and bike for a weekend in Bright and discovered that it's a place that has something for everyone.
HOW TO BRAG ABOUT YOUR...PINARELLO
We’re starting a new series based around the brag-worthy facts you might not know about famous cycling brands.
As everyone La Velocita’s secret volcano lair is currently tuning in to the Giro, we’re in an Italian mood. Here are 5 facts you might not have known about one of Italian cycling’s most famous bike brands: Pinarello.
To join or not to join... that is the question
To join or not to join... that is the question. At any club you’ll be meeting men and women from all different walks of life, but despite their unusual appearance in tight clothing and clip-clop shoes they probably have more in common than you would think.
Indoors or out... where do bikes belong?
No one ever told me that when you reach that level where cycling becomes your way of life, your identity, more than just your A-to-B, that you would have to begin to fight a war. The war between good and evil, right and wrong... a.k.a. bike placement, inside or outdoors.
From Aspiring to Athlete; the path less publicised. How to turn a hobby into a profession.
‘I’m a cyclist’. Keen cyclist, athlete, aspiring athlete, professional athlete, recreational rider, weekend warrior.
All terms we have heard before. If someone was to ask you what type of rider you are, what would you say? When someone asks you what you do for a living, what do you say?
We all experience a different sense of pleasure that riding brings. Some ride for the thrill of speed, others need a hill or two to make their ride interesting.
Today we are talking about the adventure rider. The riders that get back to nature and couldn’t care less whether the road is hilly or flat. They are in it for the dirt. They are the Gravel Grinders.
The Difference. Melburn and Radelaide.
The Tour Down Under has come and gone, with its great racing, great rides, and great times.
Being in Adelaide, there are huge numbers of locals that get out on the bike during the event, but with Melbourne being a big drive away, plenty of Victorians get across too. LOTS of them.
It then gives rise to the thought of what the differences in cycling culture are between Melburn and Radelaide? Dave Edwards explains all.