Darb has a goal to ride one thousand kilometres in the month of October as part of a fund-raising effort to support the Childrens Medical Research Institute and their fight against cancer in children.
So Simon and I decided to take him on a big long ride up to the Glasshouse
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I had spent a long time planning todays ride, only to have those plans disrupted by heavy winter rain. Here’s what we did instead
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Instead of a long all-day ride far away, today’s ride was a relatively quick three-hour adventure close to home. Would it be possible to have an exciting cross-country adventure in the suburbs?
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Yielo Station is a large property on the edge of the Conondale National Park which was settled during the Jimna gold rush in the 1860’s. Today’s adventure took us on several unusual loops through Yielo as we explored different tracks that we could use in an upcoming social ride.
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The purpose of today’s ride was to explore some of the history around Jimna as we followed twisty forest trails high in the Conondale Range.
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A couple of weeks ago, Eric and a few other friends rode 350km over four days from the Bunya Mountains in Queensland’s South Burnett region to Brisbane.
After looking at the route that he took, I mentioned that I thought he could shorten it and complete the journey in two days.
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I love the idea of setting forth from my front door on a multi-day trip. How far will I get? Where will I end up? Who will I meet? What will I see?
While it’s not in the same league as those epic adventures that last for weeks at a time, I
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“Two Mountain Bikers in a Boat” by Tom Stone
When you’re riding a mountain bike, and the trail you’re following stops at the shore of a lake, there’s really only one alternative if you want to keep going…
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