On Tuesday I set out for what I thought was going to be an easy three day ride through the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, down to the Sunshine Coast Proper, and then back to complete the loop. Based on our ride in the Glasshouse MountainsI mistakenly thought that it would be a fairly easy ride with one day of hills and then a two days of relatively flat terrain. Little did […]
This is a continuation of our report on cycle touring around Tasmania in December 2011. For an over view of the whole trip see our Trip Overview, and it might be best to read Days 1- 3 first, but that is up to you… Day Four: Rest Day at Swanwick and Freycinet Having struggled through day 3 we’d spent the night in a nice holiday house with Clare’s sisters and […]
So after a large delay I’ve found our journal from or cycling trip around Tasmania (it was hidden on the bookshelf) and I have decided to start loadings some of the highlights and key lessons into a series of posts over the next few weeks. So here goes… Day 1: Hobart Airport to Sandspit Forest Reserve (Wielangta Forest Drive) 49km After delays at Hobart Airport I found Clare, assembled my […]
You know, I think the person who put up this sign knew what they were talking about.
Today I set out with the aim of exploring several of south east Brisbane’s major bike ways, in particular the SE Freeway Bike Way and the Bulimba Creek Cycleway. These two cycle ways let me ride about 35km with only short sections of back street to link them up. All in all it was a successful little exploration. Along the way there were a number of interesting occurances that I […]
So everyone keeps mentioning the fact that I don’t include enough photos in my posts, which I admit is true, but I am just not very good at remembering to get my phone out to take said photos. To make up for this failing I have worked out a better way of presenting the map of our ANZAC day adventure yesterday. Given a mild lack of time, and my strong desire […]
in·ci·den·tal/ˌinsiˈdentl/ Accompanying but not a major part of something: “incidental expenses”. Yesterday we decided that we wanted to see the Glasshouse Mountains, which are located in the hinterlands of the Sunshine Coast. Getting there from Brisbane is amazingly easy, it simply requires catching a train from central Brisbane and you are there in about an hour. Plus you can use your goCard so you don’t even have to buy a […]