Canberra – From Top to Bottom

As my friends Howie and Gaz were both arriving from the Hume Highway, I decided day 1 of our ride down the complete length of Canberra would start in the far north. I picked a football oval with lots of parking in Casey and we headed there. It was 8:30 in the morning and I […]

Canberra is a cyclers paradise

Canberra, Australia’s capital is 4 hours south of Sydney and 6 hours north of Melbourne. Its a really good place to ride a bike. You can ride from north to south around any number of lakes and do sightseeing, all on a bike. In fact you can do it on all types of bikes as […]

Belconnen and Lake Ginninderra

Lake Ginninderra is a great 8km ride which would be fantastic for the kids or just for a run or walk. Shared path all the way. If you want to go further head to Lake Burley Griffin to the south along the Centenary Trail or up Ginninderra Creek to the north. Easy riding in general […]

Canberra and Lake Burley Griffin

In early July we arranged with some Canberrian friends to meet them in Canberra. I was really looking forward to riding around as I had done the central section of the Lake many moons ago. On Saturday I saw the weather, it was -9 degrees Celsius over night in Canberra. When the time came to […]