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Lives in Western Australia, 6160, Australia
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By Andrew. Rottnest Express ferry, Sea Eagle Express which operates a ferry service between Fremantle and Rottnest Island. The Sea Eagle Express metrics are: Length Overall 30m Beam 6.5m Dra…
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By Andrew [aka Aushiker]. Location: C. Y. O'Connor Beach, North Coogee Artist: Tony Jones Circa: 2005
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Study into the severe bicycling injury risk factors for children and adolescents "playing" with drivers of motor vehicles.
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Study into the width of two-way separated bicycle paths or cycle tracks. Authors suggest a minimum width of 1.6 metres.
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By Andrew [aka Aushiker]. SS Wyola was a 306 GRT steam tug built in 1912 by LT Eltringham & Co of South Shields, England[1] for the Swan River Shipping Company of Western Australia. Wyola was 125 ft (…
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Like many photographers and outdoors enthusiasts I'm always on the lookout for the holy grail of camera bags. To me, the bag that I choose enables my style of photography, and is therefore almost a...
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I blogged back in October 2012 that the New Zealand company, Freeloader had sold is Freeloader rack design to Thule, a brand known for their roof racks. At the time, there was talk of but no real evidence of what was to come in the Thule Pack ’n Pedal range. Well now Thule have come …
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Touring Tilikum: My first walk across the new bridge (photos) - BikePort...
bikeportland.org

Join me on a walking tour of the bike path on the new Tilikum Crossing Bridge.

Carbon Rear Swing Arm/NACA Duct/Milan XL(MaX) Progress
velomobiles.blogspot.com

The third try at building a carbon swing arm for the Milan. It is still a work in progress but very nearly ready. Still needs to have nicely

This scenic rail trail just keeps growing | Cycle Traveller
cycletraveller.com.au

Victoria is firmly cementing its name as the cycling holiday state, with the Great Southern Rail Trail in South Gippsland slowly but surely

Australian couple target e-bike distance world record in Europe | Cycle ...
cycletraveller.com.au

An Australian husband and wife team are preparing to smash the world record for the longest electric bike journey when they take to Europe's

Construction starts on Castlereagh St bike lane but Sydney cyclists dubi...
cycletraveller.com.au

It's finally happening – construction has started on the southern section of Sydney's Castlereagh Street cycleway, with the separated lane o

Thanks to muddy thinking by The Royal Parks, one of Britain's most iconi...
cyclelondoncity.blogspot.com

TfL's proposal is for safe space for cycling at Buckingham Palace. The Royal Parks have vetoed this plan Imagine cycling on London's new and

Cycling News | Bike Reviews | road.cc
road.cc

road.cc - the website for pedal powered people. Road cycling news, Bike reviews, Commuting, Leisure riding, Sportives and more

Naked fun with a serious message | Echonetdaily
www.echo.net.au

Summer frivolities may be coming to a close and the resumption of a routine life is looming. Just a minute, is that some people on bikes I c

Bikepacking on the Vee Trax Fatty 29 Tire - Pedaling Nowhere
www.pedalingnowhere.com

With tapered and ramped center knobs, the Vee Trax Fatty proved to be a fair 29+ bikepacking option for hardpack, sand, and grainy singletra

Road safety officer wants law on gap between cars and cyclists
www.irishtimes.com

Former TD criticises new plans to legislate on cycling

The Density Myth
bicycleperth.blogspot.com

Sometimes people say Perth can never be as good as cities in The Netherlands for bicycle riding. "We don't have the population density". "Th

The Magic Starts Here: Kenji's Workshop of Camera Wizardry
proof.nationalgeographic.com

Kenji Yamaguchi’s shop could be mistaken for Sid’s workbench from Toy Story, a place where mangled lenses and broken shutters crowd out bare

A quick dash across Turkmenistan, the Karakum desert, empty roads and th...
www.diaconescuradu.com

Turkmenistan is a country which wants to see you across it as quickly as possible, with a transit visa lasting only for 5 days and with 460

Around the world by bicycle with photographer Nicolas Marino: Digital Ph...
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Digital Photography Review: All the latest digital camera reviews and digital imaging news. Lively discussion forums. Vast samples galleries

Micro Four Thirds lens lineup
m43photo.blogspot.com

Here is a summary of the lenses currently available, the known upcoming lenses, and some thoughts about future lens needs. See also my Lens

Six years of Micro Four Thirds
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On September 12th, 2008, the Panasonic Lumix G1 was announced, the very first Micro Four Thirds camera. It was a true revolution in photogra

How easy would it be to shift commuters out of their cars? –
blogs.crikey.com.au

New research finds more than half of Australian workers say they'd use public transport to get to work if it were better. But is it a simple

How much extra does it cost to commute by car? –
blogs.crikey.com.au

A new study concludes Australian workers who live in the suburbs and drive to work in the CBD could save a fortune if they used public trans