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In 2018 I was able to rise to the challenge of riding an average of 100k per week for the year.
My initial challenge to self in 2019 is to ride from Melbourne to Adelaide starting mid-March. Before setting any other goals – let’s see how that one goes!
Well, that’s looking on the bright side! June has been underwhelming in distance travelled but … hey … 3,000 kilometres and 6 more months to go!!
Continue reading “50% through 2019 – 50% distance covered.”
Here is another picture taken at the Longford jetty – this time looking down the South Esk river. Another sunny but cold day.
Continue reading “Another week of Tasmanian pottering on a trike”
By Saturday I had logged 1 kilometre in “Ride with GPS”. Actually I had ridden 27 kilometers but, what with one thing and another, only 1 was captured as proof!
Continue reading “The “Drier than Normal” weather has yet to arrive!”
Drier than normal means more clear days and clear nights. Clear nights means frost. We had a good frost on Wednesday and you can see the bird bath has frozen enough to support the weight of my morning coffee. Coffee on the rocks.
Continue reading “A “drier than normal” Winter predicted”
It’s June 1st today – first day of winter. The last week in May has been really good riding weather with no wind, sunny days and not too frosty in the morning. This was good – I needed to get a few ks in to up the count for the month.
Continue reading “Brilliant weather for end May”
There has been a bit to do since we returned from the mainland. House maintenance to organise (seriously leaking shower), medical checks (all well), Magnum fixes, Brompton maintenance and even some social whirl.
Continue reading “Mid May but not much riding this month !”
The website Cycle365 is currently running a challenge to: Take a photo of a brick, and say something about it. Or compose an ode to it, or sing a song about it and include a video. Probably should include a bike in the photo as long as you’re at it.
Continue reading “The Brick Challenge”