People on Bike Trails

As I am riding along on my push bike honey, I tend to take a lot of pictures. Sometimes these are pictures of other people riding around. Sometimes they are just my wife in her flouro jacket. To celebrate people on bike trails, here are a few photos and I will continue to add to […]

The Slippery Slope – Gannons Park

We have some friends in a part of Sydney that people rarely visit. Its called Peakhurst. They like to comment on my pictures so this page will come as a surprise.  A few months ago I saw that the council was building a wide smooth concrete path down a hill with a good slope in […]

The Hunt1000 Bike Epic

A 100 hardy souls have taken off on one of the worlds great bike journeys, the Hunt 1000 from Canberra to Melbourne.  The weather at this time of the year is usually pretty good and there is no snow and not much mud. This year its freezing, there has been snow, the winds are strong […]

How much for a lime?

I rode to Central Station from Clovelly on my ebike at the same time as the bus. The bus beat me by 5 minutes, i clocked in at 25mins but I went down busier roads than i normally would go. The distance was 8.6km I then rode from Central Station to the University of NSW […]

Around Lake Illawarra

One of Australia’s best off road riding areas for the casual rider is the Wollongong area. You can unload the bike at Thirroul 15km north of Wollongong and ride all the way to Kiama for a total of 75km. I discuss that here >> On a recent trip we took our car down and rode […]

Olympic Park to the City – Ride North or South of the Parramatta River?

I wanted to compare the quickest commute trail from Olympic park area to the Anzac bridge. So I rode from Rozelle to Rhodes via Lillyfield Rd then back down the north side of the river to see which side of the river was better. The result is Rhodes to Rozelle (Anzac Bridge ramp) north or […]

A fab Northern Beaches ride

I have hunted the maps of the Sydney northern beaches for two years now and gave up on ever finding a half decent trail between the great Manly trail and the super Dee Why/Narrabeen Lake.  Then I ran into Richard, the eBikeDiary guy in Gladesville and recognised his bike instantly. We promised to go on […]