In and around the Barossa.It looked a bit bleak first thing when 13 riders turned up to Lyndoch for a ride. For many, the early morning showers were more than enough to leave the bike in the shed. Although the roads were a bit wet it only looked like drizzle, or possible passing showers, so up for a ride.There were two…See More
Great weather, great ride.Finally after a two week hiatus, the weather was just great for a ride, with 25 riders out and three rides on offer.The first was the SOB ride, 53 kms and 130 m of climbing.The middle ride was two loops around Williamstown for a 60 km ride and 611 m of climbingThe big ride took in Para Wirra…See More
Taking on the headwind.Today we knew we were in for some strong winds. Not that you could compare it with the Dutch Headwind Cycling Championships held in Oosterhelekering, where these guys wait for a forecast of a storm rolling in, then race. We were, though, looking at the lull between two strong fronts to fit in a…See More
"Sad I missed Saturdays fun. I have been nursing a head cold so decided to stay in the warm. Looked like all had a great morning out. With the right gear winter is not all that bad. Well done 007 AKA Peter Bond on a great milestone. Love riding…"
"Was a top morning for a ride. Weather warmed up nicely. Great read as usual Paul.
Great news on the ride posting roll. The "Sherriff" AKA Simon has put up his hand to take a turn with this roll. Looking forward to Simon doing a top job as…"