Ride bikes, have fun, repeat!

Every time you swing your leg over that top tube you have to be thankful. Thankful that you have the freedom, thankful for your good health and thankful that you own awesome bikes. Thankful for that massive grin cycling puts on your dial! Many will never know the pure unadulterated joy that comes from riding…

Never pass an opportunity to ride!

Recently, April and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary. We booked a few nights at away Freycinet Lodge on Tasmania’s East Coast to relax and unwind (Tassie’s East Coast is purely sublime, you must visit). Being a very special occasion for the both of us, I opted to leave the bikes at home. Turns out…

Sorry boss, can’t come in today. Gotta ride my bike!

Having built up enough time in lieu recently and it being somewhat quieter at work this month, I decided today was as good a day as any to cash in those hours and get out for a proper weekday ride! Not a short pre-work or after-work spin, but a longer ride in the sunshine complete…

Unpopular opinion: Gravel is over-rated

Gravel riding is all the rage right now, “on trend” as they say. Listen to the industry marketing machines and you’d think that councils around the world have been laying  thousands of miles of pristine gravel roads all of a sudden and people are flocking to ride them. You even NEED a specific gravel bike…

Top five reasons road cyclists should try mountain biking

As some of you may have noticed, I’ve been “dabbling in the dirt” a fair bit recently. During the long Tasmanian winter it makes a change from always being out on the same roads, plus Tassie is home to some world class mountain bike trails. I’ve had a blast so far and it’s really opened…

Fifty Thousand!

I was flicking through my Strava statistics earlier and realised that I recently rolled over my 50,000th kilometre! I did a bit of cycling before joining the GPS/Strava world but of course that doesn’t count, hehehe. Looking back, there have been countless great times in the saddle with hopefully many more to come! Anyway, I’ve…