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After all this chat I read in this months 'Australian Cyclist' magazine that they recommend Basta Polaris 5 LED for the front and NiteRider TL 5.0 for the rear as judged by a panel including members on the police, VicRoads, Vic Rd Auth, ...
Angus Kingston left a comment for 'Ollie Pee' yesterday
Ollie Pee left a comment for 'Angus Kingston' yesterday
We think about 2 weeks ago. There is one in Melbourne as you have read. I have not been in yet. All power to them (and no doubt powered by a dynamo)

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What kinds of bikes to you ride?
A Giant MTB for commuting, Giant OCR for road riding and a Ricardo Elite steel framer for fun.
When do you ride?
Weekends, Commute

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Great racks

Safe places to lock up you bike is an ongoing issue - at the station, in the city, uni or workplaces by at sometime we all have to secure it to a pole, dedicated bike rack or tree.
David Byrne bike rack in NYC
David Byrne bike rack in NYC (Taulu)
In NYC Talking Heads singer, artist and cyclist David Byrne famously designed some interesting bike racks for t… Continue

Posted on 7 May 2009 at 11:30pm —

Angus Kingston

Dear Portland, OR - best cycling city in the world?

I romanticise places too easily. Last week I spent a good hour looking at pictures of Iceland, then there is the Alaska from Northern Exposure, New Zealand from in flight magazines gets me interested with pictures of those cosy cafes and the draw of coffee and brownies, Vietnam for, amongst a list if things, a cycling trip. I went to the lake district drawn from memories… Continue

Posted on 6 May 2009 at 3:07pm —

Angus Kingston

Urban Velo Mag Issue 13 is out

This is the magazine that really started my interest in urban cycling culture. It is, as I have said before, the inspiration behind this site. They have just published their 13th issue. I urge you to check it out.

Download it as a PDF


Posted on 2 May 2009 at 12:30am —

Angus Kingston

New Domain Name for Adelaide Cyclists -

The old address will also forward.

This way it is even easier to remember and tell your friends!

Thanks for the patience while we got it going.

Posted on 28 April 2009 at 6:00pm —

Angus Kingston

How this site came about.

I've been asked how the Adelaide Cyclists website, or social network if you prefer, came about.

I had seen Sydney and Melbourne cyclist sites built on this same platform with around 700+ members and forums seeing a lot of discussions being had. Having moved from Sydney to Adelaide not quite two years ago and have been impressed with Adelaide as a cycling city (and then events like the TDU take it off the scale!)

I was not a road bike rider (I have just started riding a Giant OCR2). Most of my… Continue

Posted on 26 April 2009 at 11:29pm —

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At 9:55pm on 6 May 2009, Ollie Pee said…
Hahaha. i have nothing against lycra! I'd just prefer to wear wool and go a bit slower... :-)
At 1:11pm on 23 April 2009, Tom Henry said…
Why you ain't from around here now are ya boy....
Say, this here web sight isa tak'n orf now... aint it sonny?
At 12:24am on 18 April 2009, Mark Matthew said…
From Parafield Gardens, return trip is just over 200km taking the direct route. I tend to head straight out along South Rd, hook onto the veloway, (a fantastic but underutilised path), which gets you safely to McLaren Vale. Ride from there through to Willunga for a nice leg stretch up Willunga Hill and on to Victor from there. I stop off at Mt Compass for water just so I know I have enough to get me there.

Sometimes I take the extra km options, and explore off onto the other bike tracks that cut into the veloway, and take you out to Hallett Cove etc.
At 11:58pm on 17 April 2009, Mark Matthew said…
Subway is a prime location where you can rest for a bit at one of their tables watching the world go by, before you hit out for the return trip.

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