CANCELLED due to crap weather
CANCELLED due to crap weather
Long awaited (something like 5 weeks) return of the Smokey and the Bandit CX race series. We have a change of location - soon to be announced - and we are also planning to increase the race numbers with the new course.
Gather you friends, no prizes for most inappropriate bike but you will earn plenty of respect and that is priceless.
Prize for first place. (it's a surprise) Call if you'd like to reserve a spot. There are 10 of 24 left
Learn how to look after your Brompton!
We will show you things like gear adjustment, rear wheel removal, and refresh your folding tecnique.
Aaand anything else you'd like to know about your Brompton Bicycle
Also look out for our Sunday Brompton rides and weekend trips.
Brompton Maintenance Course - FREE!
6:00pm - 7:30pm at the shop
Will not be run by Donnybar though..
Calling all Cheeky Transport owners of Bombtrack x Surly x Killen x Crust x Bunyip bikes. We're going on a rally April 1. Not a practical joke.
Overnight camping tour on mosty sealed backroads, with hills, and some more challenging sidetracks. Not kid-friendly riding, but my kids will be camping with us, and they are awesome!
Saturday April 1 - 40km undulating
Meet at 10am at Mittagong visitors Centre. Close to the station. Check131500.com for trains.
Ride to Robertson for patisserie lunch, then to Carrington Falls for exploring, swimming, relaxing then barby dinner. Bring what you'd like to barby.
Sunday April 2 - 30k downhill then undulating. Then 45km mostly flat.
Leave at 9am and zoom down Jamberoo Pass to Kiama Blowhole. Then catch a bus/train home, or ride along the coastal bikepath via Port Kembla to Wollongong for a well earned beer. Train home. Swim and lunch en route.
Please email email@example.com and I will save you a campsite
There should be trains at either end, or at least buses if there's trackwork.
There may be some accomodation other than camping in the area. Get googling!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll save you a campsite.
It's a non-organised, non-insured, no-cost ride with a bunch of Cheeky Transporters in a really lovely area of the Southern Highlands.
It hopefully will be a little cool in the highlands for a campfire, and warm enough for a couple of swims. Don't bring too much stuff. It's only overnight!
Some informative links -
It's a non-organised, non-insured, no-cost ride with a bunch of Cheeky Transport customers in a really lovely area of the Southern Highlands.
I'm going to the Warrumbungles. You should go camping too
Meet at HELENSBURGH station at 10am. Ride to Stanwell Tops, then along the top of the escarpment to Bulli for some sweet downhill to Adam's place for a barby. Then train home
Hard ride, with lots of hills and walking bits, but amazingly beautiful and fun bits. 3-4 hours riding?
Will be challenging on the cross bike but awesome. I expect to be the slowest rider. Cake stop at Bulli Tops
Brompton Urban Challenge, Maybe a Brompton race and Adam's birthday January 20
Info from the Southerly Buster facebook page . Nice one Rob!!
It's on again for 2017! A ride through the night under the full moon from Newtown to Kiama.
We will leave Newtown at 10pm on 14 January 2017 for a ride south of just under 140km. Highlights include riding through the Royal National Park and then along the beautiful coast roads, including the sea cliff bridge, on the way down to Wollongong. From Thirroul south the ride is largely on the beach-side bicycle paths. Final stop is the beach at Kiama for a chance to swim by the world famous blow hole and grab some breakfast before jumping on the train back home.
No registration. No organisation. No rules. No official rest stops. Look after yourself, look out for others, have fun.
There will be a "no-drop" group which won't be leaving anyone behind.
Route Map: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/11358498
Metro cycles Newcastle
Ride, ferry, ride, picnic
Cruise to the beach at Brighton for some pizza, gelato and a swim if you're keen. Brompton riders welcome to bring a non- Brompton rider too. Then heading back to Wolli Creek/Tempe station for the train or a sneaky german beer...
Bikepaths and sneaky backways as usual.
We're not going, but you totally should.
From the shop to Brighton
BUC Sydney will be taking place Saturday 8th October 2016 at Prince Alfred Park. The challenge will start at 10am and will involve teams using Bromptons around the city to complete tasks.
You'll be asked to explore the city and interpret clues and hints. You'll record your successes by photograph and then share them with the wider world by social media or email. There will be a variety of prizes for contestants, but the most important thing will be to have fun!
Exploring, Scavenging, and Folding - the Brompton Urban Challenge has a bit of everything for you and your team.
Bikes - Bicycles other than Bromptons are welcome to join the event, but any non-Brompton riders must be accompanied by a Bromptoneer.
Teams - The Challenge is an event for teams of 3 riders. All registrations are individual, but if you wish to specify another rider or 2 that you'd like to be teamed with, you can let us know as part of the registration process. Otherwise, we'll put teams together and you'll make some new friends with fellow Bromptoneers.
To get involved simply click here to register (registration is open 15th Aug to 7th Oct).
Breweries - Young Henrys, etc
- SAW Bike Tour 02-
- bicycle tour - Drifting along Sydney's formerly industrial western edge we will explore the stretch of land between Darling Harbour and Chippendale, the part of Sydney undergoing the most dramatic of changes. It is also the strip where the sharpest oppositions are playing out between memory and newness; economy and politics; inspiration and corruption opening up conversations big and small. The route and the conversation will be structured around a number of contemporary architectural and urban projects, contested sites and politically charged themes. These include recent headline projects by Frank Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Durbach Block Jaggers and DCM. However, you will also discover transformative small 'a' architecture by some of Sydney's local heroes like William Smart, CHROFI, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Aspect, FJMT, Silvester Fuller and others. This tour is an exploration of these gritty, rapidly changing and completely mixed up inner-city suburbs, weaving a very different narrative through Sydney.
- Bike Tour Details -
$90 General/$80 Concession (you have your own bike).
$30 bike + helmet hire.
Max 12 people per tour.
9.30am-1:00pm (includes 20-minute coffee-break)
Town Bike Pitstop. 156 Abercrombie St Redfern.
It's a five minute walk from Redfern Station or a 20 minutes walk from Central Station. The café is cool and the coffee is fabulous! Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start time.