Random Bicycle QuoteBicycling is the nearest approximation I know to the flight of birds. The airplane simply carries a man on its back like an obedient Pegasus; it gives him no wings of his own.-Louis J. Helle, Jr., Spring in Washington
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Day 6 – Would you like grit with that? This morning I woke up and saw how dark it was and thought, “you beauty, a few more hours sleep”. And then the alarm went off. Weird. I dragged myself out … Continue reading
Day 5 – Dangerous Dave. Is He Doping? The snap my back made just after I woke up and had my pre get-out-of-bed-stretch, was a huge relief. The same sort of relief as answering a private number and finding out … Continue reading
Day 4 – The Day the Wind Would Have Blown The Stink Off a Turd Proving that the cosmos, God or the weather bureau has a sense of humour, today was hard, hard work. Naracoorte to Horsham, turned out to … Continue reading
Day 3 – Peloton of Sheep. After another restless night in my little concrete den, I was glad to get going and get the hell out of Keith. It was sunny, but coolish as we lined up for the morning … Continue reading
Day 2 – GoPro, Exits Stage Right Day 2 began under blue skies at Wellington with a gentle breeze making its way along the mighty Murray River. First adventure of the day was about 400m into the ride. A ferry … Continue reading
Day 1 – We Gorged Ourselves on Gorge Road After a night of tossing and turning, the alarm chimed just as I fell into a deep sleep. Oh for the love of Merckx! I climbed out of my compression tights … Continue reading
A good yarn is only as good as the characters depicted. Before I post about the ride itself, I would like to introduce the riders. Seven ordinary blokes from different places, ranging from 17 to 68. Obviously this is my … Continue reading
Well, it has been a while since I did a proper blog update, but the next few will hopefully make up for my being quiet. As many regular readers know, last week I participated in a charity bike ride from … Continue reading