Another beautiful Thursday evening. Another great turnout for Lidcombe-Auburn Cycling Club’s twilight crits at the Newington Armory in Sydney Olympic Park. Plenty of black and gold on show, plus several riders from Penrith, Marconi and Suvelo. Not a bad way to spend a weeknight, is it?
Some experimental shots taken at a brisk Sydney Olympic Park this morning. Included a wonderfully ironic moment where I took Ernie’s photo for once. He’s usually taking mine.
Love a bit of retro, so was delighted to receive the link, below, from Tony M. The 1953 Tour de France took place over 22 stages and covered a truly epic 4,479km (by comparison, the 2013 Tour ‘only’ covered 3,404km). After winning two stages along the way, Frenchman Louison Bobet seized the overall yellow by more than 14 … More LIFE AT THE 1953 TOUR DE FRANCE
The more I ride the clearer it becomes. There’s only one thing better than rolling out for a wonderful ride you know: rolling out for a wonderful one you don’t. The pulse is always just that little bit swifter when you journey along new roads and climbs, never entirely sure what awaits around the next … More Ride Review: Mt Donna Buang, Reefton Spur, Acheron Way
“Man, I was like flying out there….then I landed face first.”
Ride, drink, ride, drink. The secret to being the best. Ever.
Yeah, baby. Who needs a shirt when you have 1000 bikes on the roof?!