Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyres?

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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Robdog » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:29 pm

rockviewau wrote:
my bike and my dslr will never ever ever mix..... crazy. if i take my camera, its my lil camera :)

However will you take photo's of it? :twisted:
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby rockviewau » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:20 pm

Robdog wrote:
rockviewau wrote:
my bike and my dslr will never ever ever mix..... crazy. if i take my camera, its my lil camera :)

However will you take photo's of it? :twisted:



iphone..... uve seen me do it :)
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Curoch » Fri Sep 17, 2010 6:24 am

LoveB wrote:Curoch, whereabouts are you from? I MIGHT drive down as well as the mrs wants to see the tulip farm in the morning. But I'll def bring the bikes out too.


Around kaleen. What's the plan? Pm me.

I would take my pocket camera, but the tulips really deserve some loving.. I got some nice desktop wallpapers last year.

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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Christine Tham » Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:16 am

rockviewau wrote:im probs free sunday for a cruisy ride around the lake...

if u post details of when u wanna ride, i will see if me and the lady friend can get in there....


Thanks. Would love to meet up, but can't really confirm time since it all depends on how long we take to see Floriade. And if we're too tired, may postpone the cycling till Mon morning.

We're staying in Forrest, so will probably cycle from the hotel down to the lake, do a full loop, then cycle back.

PM me with mobile, and I can send a text on the day.
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby LoveB » Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:12 am

Curoch wrote:
LoveB wrote:Curoch, whereabouts are you from? I MIGHT drive down as well as the mrs wants to see the tulip farm in the morning. But I'll def bring the bikes out too.


Around kaleen. What's the plan? Pm me.

I would take my pocket camera, but the tulips really deserve some loving.. I got some nice desktop wallpapers last year.

Cheers
A



Ah close enough! I'm just out in Belconnen by the mall.
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Ross » Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:50 am

I can't make this, maybe another time. Don't forget the pics, CT

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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Christine Tham » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:20 pm

Arrived in Canberra, but no cycling today. Too pooped after Floriade.

Saw lots of cyclists on the streets today! Envy them - Canberra looks like a nice place to cycle.

Will try and do the lake loop tomorrow morning.
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Christine Tham » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:14 pm

Better late than never to post an update.

We had a lovely ride on Mon morning, it was so cold I think I had frostbite on my fingers, and didn't sweat for the entire ride.

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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby twizzle » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:20 pm

Cold? Hang on, that was the morning I had to work. Cold... sort of... bit foggy, but that was on my way home at four in the morning. :roll: (Yes - on the bike).

Being truthful, Monday was a beautiful day, and I missed out on a decent ride due to aforementioned work. But I did get to ride home yesterday in nicks and jersey - no shoe covers, pants, arm warmers, beanie, gilet, big gloves...

CT - thanks for bringing the good weather with you. :)
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby HAKS » Wed Sep 22, 2010 9:54 pm

twizzle wrote:. But I did get to ride home yesterday in nicks and jersey - no shoe covers, pants, arm warmers, beanie, gilet, big gloves...


Me 2 :lol:. Even with the front that came through was still warm enough :D
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Re: Cycling around Lake Burley Griffin - okay with road tyre

Postby Christine Tham » Thu Sep 23, 2010 3:03 pm

Video of us cycling through the Lake Burley Griffin loop (speeded up 4X):

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