Orange Recce – Gerrit Hagen

Having really enjoyed Cowra this Easter we decided to join Phil Burge, as he was travelling to Orange, to check and see if it was possible to put a weekend on like Cowra and Mudgee.  We went to the Tourist Information … Read more

Leader’s Lowdown – Malaga (Spain) by Tony Stanley

Way of life for living in the “city”: Malaga is a popular tourist city in the south of Spain that sits on the Mediterranean. It is mainly inhabited by university students (there is a technical university there) and English retiree … Read more

Tour de Cowra 2018 – Gerrit Hagen

Cowra Day 1 – Mount Collins – 67 kms We got up early to make our way to the start to take photographs to keep people on Facebook happy.  There were quite a lot of people at the start and … Read more

Leader’s Lowdown – Budapest by Tony Stanley

Way of life for living in the “city” Budapest is a relatively large city split in half by the Danube river. It’s population is about 1.8 million. It is primarily split into the “Pest” side which is on the east … Read more

Bicycles, Motorbikes and Cars

Leaders Lowdown by John Hunt During my high school years I rode a bicycle about 3 kms a day each way to school from Greenacre to Bankstown, down the Hume Highway. In the afternoon I made a right hand turn … Read more

Leader’s Lowdown – Greg Boyd L’etape 2017 Ride Report – 2 Dec 2017 In the week leading up to L’etape the weather forecast was not looking that encouraging and each day closer to the ride date of 2 December 2017 the predicted flooding/rain and wind speed … Read more

Epping to Pennant Hills Cycleway

Last Friday, 2nd March, 2018, the State Government announced funding of $5 million for a long awaited Epping to Pennant Hills cycleway. The announcement made in Beecroft Village Green was welcome news indeed to people wanting to use bicycles for … Read more