europa wrote:You mean ... this place?
europa wrote:Looks like you've put a bit of effort into setting her up. What will you be using her for?
Oh dear, I've just spotted the close up with one of the manufacturer's tags still hanging off the seat bag She wouldn't be VERY new would she?
Aushiker wrote:Nearly got cleaned up within 5 minutes of home on a local road by a woman turning right (she thought about beating me!)
and then later on by a bus which decided to pull out from the kerb without indicating just as I was coming up along side at it right rear. Got the number and reported it to Transperth!
Bnej wrote:I slow down before passing a stopped bus, and if I pass it, I pass well right in the lane so I can be sure I am in his mirror.
europa wrote:Ah, the old road rage. Good for the soul, bit hard on the hardware There are reasons why I stick to bike tracks - I'm bigger and quicker than the average pedestrian Richard
Aushiker wrote:Like the thinking .... but the road is faster .... need to get my average up ... 15.7 km/h today .... just not good enough.
europa wrote:Bnej wrote:OTOH at the moment I can't resist sprinting hills, after watching that Russian Hill Roulette video...
BANG goes your credibility. That guy was NUTS!
Aushiker wrote:Oh dropped 2.8 kg this week, so really aren't complaining
Aushiker wrote:Now off for a weekend backpack (mix of on and off-track bushwalking). Looking at doing around 30 km.
Kalgrm wrote:Looking at your shots, I believe I rode across the Moons Crossing bridge in March as part of the Great Karri Ride (100km of off-road riding in four stages). Is that down near Northcliffe - Pemberton way?
Got a nasty cramp as I bunny-hopped that little step in the foreground of your shot and had to get off for a few excruciating minutes.
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