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I’ve seen your name in a variety of mtb publications etc — after a quick scan through your website, I know why. I’ve just rejoined the cycling scene after a 60 year absence. I gave up bikes for cars and girls when I was 16 and now, at 76, I’ve just bought a Giant after encouragement from my bike enthusiast son, Andrew. However, I’ve found I’ll need an e-bike to keep up with fellow Bushranger club members. The Giant will be fine for solo runs elsewhere — along your rides for example.
Welcome back after 60 years 🙂
I think e-Bikes are awesome – they make it easier for everyone to get out and enjoy the bush.
If you ever need some ride info about a particular place, just get in touch. I’m always happy to help.
(BTW – BushRangers are a very good club. I’m a member too)
Hi Neil, thanks for your prompt reply. Yes I do have a query. I’m very interested in maps and GPS (did a lot of rally navigating years ago). I’ve just followed one of your trips from north of Brisbane and up through GHM, around Mt Beerwah and on to GHM train station. What was the map used to show the route and how do I get one? Secondly my son has just sent me a page showing an interesting loop from GHM to Woodford. (GHM to Woodford Cross Country Mountain Bike Adventure). Despite my navigating experience, I wouldn’t be game to tackle that without a larger scale map. Any clues?
In the meantime, my (belated) New Year’s resolution is to inspect/follow/enjoy one of your red balloons every day (I’ve done border track and Glass House so far). I’ll have to live to be a hundred to finish them all!
Thanks again, Roger Bonhomme.