Choosing the right bike lights

Choose a light that fits your purpose If you want to fit in a bike ride around working hours it’s hard to avoid night riding with daylight savings behind us. If you’re going to keep up your cycling it’s pretty…

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Trail Secrets – Tips From A Trail Builder

March 30, 2017
Bicycle SA

        Bicycle SA had a chat to Nick Bowman, who designs the track for our Dirty Weekend event, and is the architect of many of South Australia’s awesome trails  Bike SA: What’s the best part about your work?  My favourite part…

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“I’ve added 20 years to my life” – Chat With A Coast To Coast Participant

March 30, 2017
Bicycle SA

Graeme Gilbertson is not your average bloke in his 70s. He rides his bike… a lot.  When you have a chat to Graeme, it’s hard not to be jealous for a few reasons. Firstly, Graeme has one of the most…

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Make the most of Coast to Coast

  Pro Cyclist Stephen Cunningham gives a few top tips about what to do in the days leading up to Coast to Coast.  We’re in for a sterling day on Sunday for Coast to Coast. 23 degrees the forecast for Adelaide…

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Cudlee Creek Trails

Lend a hand on the trails and get a discount on your Dirty Weekend entry. The network of trails at Cudlee Creek requires continuous maintenance, we mountain bikers give them a lot of use and the Trail Fairies do a…

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Cyclists’ Get Right Of Way

March 24, 2017
Bicycle SA

Cyclists on the Rugby/Porter Street Bikeway are set to be given priority over cars.  Unley Council have overwhelmingly voted in favour of prioritising bikes on the Ruby/Porter Street Bikeway by a majority of ten to two. At a meeting earlier this…

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Bike SA’s fleet tested

Bicycle SA has a brand new fleet of Scott Aspect Mountain Bikes. Bike SA have recently taken delivery of a new fleet of mountain bikes. Some friends of Bike SA seized the opportunity over the weekend to take them for…

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Hard-tail Vs. Dual suspension – Which bike is better?

March 24, 2017
Bicycle SA

If money wasn’t an option, you’d probably go ahead and buy yourself a bicycle for every single occasion. However, sometimes it can be hard to find room for that 15th bicycle in your shed. Here’s a few tips to consider…

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Coast To Coast – the route pedal by pedal

March 23, 2017
Bicycle SA

With less than 10 days to go before the big day, it’s time you start thinking about how to approach the ride itself. Cycle coach Stephen Cunningham talks you through the ride, starting from Glenelg (however if you but if you…

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‘Turn Left On Red’ – What Would It Mean For Cyclists?

Bike SA’s CEO Christian Haag examines at the recent proposal from the State Liberal Party to allowing motorists to turn left at red lights.  If you’ve read today’s copy of The Advertiser, you would probably notice that Shadow Transport Minister David…

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