Category Archive for "Gear Up GIrl"

Perfect weather for Gear Up Girl this weekend

  It’s going to be perfect weather this weekend for Bicycle SA’s Gear Up Girl ride this Sunday James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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Gear Up Girl 2017 – Last Minute Note by Margaret Boylan

Hi Everyone, Just a last Minute note about preparing for & riding in our Gear Up Girl ride which is on this weekend. We’ve had some wild and wet weather so we are all looking forward to the sunnier weather…

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Gear Up Girl 2017 – A word from Ambassador Margaret Boylan

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Tips from the Gear Up Girl ambassador

After a weekend of wild and wooly weather, we are looking forward to the sun and warm weather forecast for the Gear Up Girl bike ride. For next Sunday, all you girls, get out there and enjoy! The Gear Up…

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Last minute tips for Gear Up Girl SA

Gear Up Girl SA Ambassador, Margaret Boylan, gives her final tips for the big ride.  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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What Stops Aussie Women From Cycling? A Dutch Perspective

Hugo moved to Adelaide from the Netherlands, and quickly noticed that there was a huge difference in cycling demographics. Where were all the women riding bikes?  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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Riding in a group on paths & roads: 5 “Must Dos”

The Gear Up Girl SA Ride is about giving women from all kinds of cycling backgrounds the opportunity for a great day out on the bike. The ride is a group ride situation as the various ride groups set off…

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Gear up Girl – Finding the Perfect Saddle

Saddle soreness is a common complaint among female riders. Ineke Mules looks at some solutions.  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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‘It’s been a long, long time since I’ve been back on the bike” – Susan gets ready to ‘Gear Up’

Susan hasn’t been on a bike for many, many years. That’s all about to change.  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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‘The humble bicycle rules supreme over every other form of transport’ – 6 months of going Dutch

Ineke Mules went from living in the sprawling southern suburbs of Adelaide to the Netherlands for 6 months. Her first purchase was an upright bicycle.  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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