Riding around Sydney Airport

There is more to Tempe than Ikea, there is the Airport trail, an important connection from Mascot to Tempe and Wolli Creek.  Photos shown are on the airport side of the Princess Highway.  Read about the bike trail here  (BTW: It may be closed as per this link) See the Airport Drive path on a […]

Woronora Area

Woronora Cycling from Riverwood Station near the Salt Pan Creek trail to Sutherland Station across the Alford Point Bridge and the Woronora Bridge (20kms with hills one way). If you want more then head downhill across the Como Bridge to Oatley . See Epic trail from Riverwood to Sutherland (see map) >> Trail notes: Study […]

Cooks River Trail and nearby tracks

Cooks River Trail An express train at 7:30 am to Strathfield from Central will take barely 20 minutes. Getting off the platform at Strathfield is easy, finding the Cooks River track involves going down 2 roads as per map below. Those roads are Redmyre Rd and Ada Avenue. The track starts at the golf course […]

Glebe and North Balmain

A ride around Blackwattle Bay and Roselle Bay is fun, extremely scenic and relatively easy except for the bridge climb. ​This is an adult ride because you ride right next to some really busy roads with no protection on a 2-3m concrete path. Ride anti-clockwise so you are not the one next to the traffic. On the paths […]

Centennial Park and Redfern

Centennial Park Everyone rides the 4km loop at Centennial Park. Its great because you don’t have to stop often and you have 4m of bike zone. Eastern Sydney and City Map >> Centennial loop has one important feature, you don’t have to stop, just go around and around. Here are photos of people riding the […]

Sans Souci to Oatley and more

They say that Sydney is not so great for cycling and one of the areas where this rule of thumb applies is the area around Kogarah Bay and Hurstville. As I love the cycling around Oatley and along Botany Bay so much, I have gone over the maps many times and ventured into the area […]

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 […]