Today we paddled our kayaks up the North Pine River, exploring some of the creeks and gullies upstream.
Most weeks we drive two or three hours to find a place where we’d like to ride our bikes. Today we decided to stay close to home and enjoy some of the local highlights that we normally take for granted.
“Everesting” is a fascinating challenge for cyclists, and one that my friend Rebecca would like to try. Thankfully, it doesn’t require riding up Mount Everest, but it does demand some huge hill climbs. Today we checked out a big hill in the D’Aguilar Range for Rebecca.
I enjoyed hours of fun as child on my bike, rolling around the local neighborhood with friends.
Today, when Calum took us for a spin around some local trails, I realized I am still that same kid, just in an older body.
Today we stayed close to home, exploring some familiar but enjoyable local trails.
Nestled between the rainforests of the D’Aguilar Range and mangroves of Moreton Bay lies the city of Brisbane. Over a million people call it home. Our ride today took us in a huge loop over those mountains, through the rainforests and down to the bay.
Today we rode our fat bikes along the shoreline of Bribie Island for as long as we could, before the tide came in.
My riding buddies have been exploring North Stradbroke Island while I’ve been away. Today I relaxed and let Jason guide us around this island paradise.