By Claire Goodwill & Colleen Hickey Bike North have run the Tour de Cowra for most years over Easter since 2001. This event is open to both Bike North members and other riders; this year had approximately 70 riders. Claire,
By Robert Goodwill Our recent trip to Sri Lanka was lazily devoid of cycling, but I was reminded of what I wasn’t doing by this fine bike, the likes of which used to be the global standard. Available in black
By David Martin Amsterdam is a magical city, quite unique. A network of canals mesh with a grid of streets, giving it more than a touch of Venice-like charm. Bikes are by far the most popular way to get around.
By David Martin Bruges is a medieval city, with narrow, winding, twisting, cobblestoned streets. Canals wend their way through the city, a throwback to the halcyon trading days of the Hanseatic league. The quaint old buildings are narrow, multi-storied and
By Derek Wolfson “Bon courage!!” It rang in my ears, hey, here I was riding the PBP and loving all those French people who never lost their enthusiasm, day or night. They encouraged us, they fed us, decorated their villages