"You register the cyclist. So yes I guess that could be called a license. But it will be a license that you need to display to pander to the "we can't identify them, red light cameras can't identify them, police can't…"
In case anyone one wants to get a Brooks saddle repaired this was done at Abbottsford Cycles in Melbourne. They have the Brooks rails and rivets and a leather worker to do the job. All up around $150 with shipping both ways. They give you a quote before you send it over. This is a Brooks Professional Select purchased in 1982. The rear part of the rail with the rivets in it had completely snapped where the arrows are in the picture. So the sides sort of sagged down. The front rivets and…See More
"Michael, are you an RAA member? (RAA indicates they have many cycling members.) Suggest you phone RAA and ask they pass onto bus drivers to be more aware of cyclist safety. Especially near the bike path start, and when turning across multiple…"
There is a fleet of free RAA shuttle buses going between the station and Rundle Road for the Adelaide 500. They stop on the south side of the road just before the bike path goes onto the footpath in a special stopping area created from what are normally car parks. When departing they need to pull out and go across all the lanes to make a right hand turn at the East Tce / Rundle Road intersection. This morning they seemed to just go once they saw a break in the cars and assume the cyclists…See More
An eclectic mix of cyclists. It takes time to know AC members, and sometimes even gender, when avatars of cycling gear, childhood photos and Cadell. Gradually learn there are mature members, like us. Do you think that your title ever helps when writing cycling advocacy letters and submissions?