In 2018 I was able to rise to the challenge of riding an average of 100k per week for the year.
In 2019 I ride from Melbourne to Adelaide starting mid-March. This went OK so I aimed to cycle 600ks a month, 6000k in 2019, in order to keep fit. This happened – although with the introduction of an electric bike mid 2019.
The task in early 2020 is to prepare for another Victorian Rail Trail adventure in March/April.
Here’s how things are going :
While travelling I was not able to prepare videos or process pictures that use 3 or 5 images to generate HDR shots. So here are some extra pictures and the videos.
Continue reading “Longford to Hobart – Wrap Up”
Richmond to Hobart.
I had a good night’s sleep after sticking with some modifications to my arm position. While my shoulder is gradually feeling much better, it had a bad night the first night of the tour. I just could not get comfortable. 3 nights into the tour and all was good.
Continue reading “Longford to Hobart. Leg 4.”
Oatlands to Richmond
This post is a day late. By the time we arrived in Richmond we were quite tired and then had to fight the wind to set up tents, cook tea etc. So the blog took second place to a nice quiet book read!
Continue reading “Longford to Hobart. Leg 3”
Ross to Oatlands. 40k. Uphill.
The day dawned cloudy but in the 20s after a hot, humid night. We were out and about early, packed up and breakfasted quickly and were on the road just after 8am.
Continue reading “Longford to Hobart. Leg 2”
Longford to Ross. A short tour to start building some stamina before our March Victorian trip.
Continue reading “Longford to Hobart. Leg 1”
We plan to ride to Hobart in a couple of weeks and it was necessary to do an overnighter to test Colin’s new ideas for carrying gear. Well, that and do a decent ride to build some stamina after a lazy few weeks.
Continue reading “Back to Liffey Falls”
There has been a lot of mainland smoke over Tasmania recently. As you know, Colin and I plan to ride in Victoria in March and the fires are still very busy. So I hopped on the Internet and investigated types of anti-pollution masks available for cyclists.
Continue reading “Internet Connections then a Ride”