Daggy Gym Gear Wins Every Time

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People who see me exercise generally know that I can be a real dag when getting sweaty. For yoga I’ve got the stalwart faded and stretched mandala leggings I thrifted for $4, a cheap cotton tank, and if I’m lucky, my … Continued

Bicycle Touring with Kids: Vancouver to San Francisco

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We cycled almost 2000km from Vancouver, Canada to San Francisco, USA with our 4 year old kid in tow, riding almost every day for 7 weeks. Bike touring across America was a fantastic way to explore the country. We camped … Continued

She Cycles to the City: Rush Hour Commuting

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If you’re thinking of cycling to work for the first time, you’ll want to be prepared with all the tips and tricks on how to stay aware. Here’s a vid of me riding about 5km in peak hour traffic along … Continued

My Massive Stack, Stranded in the Rain & the Generosity of Strangers

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We were cycling in Washington – one of the wettest states in the USA – on Memorial Day weekend. WashINgton, we began to call it as we cycled through the drizzle beside RV’s, campervans and logging trucks rushing to finish their loads … Continued

To America: One Boat and Five Wheels

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Vancouver Island Canada, to Port Angeles USA One tip as a cyclist touring internationally: when planning to leave a country via ferry, make sure you leave enough time to clear customs. We casually rolled up to the Victoria Black Ball ferry port … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #36: Bicycle Stand

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Back in my hometown Adelaide. Host city of the Tour Down Under, and home to a strong cycling movement of Strava-loving roadies, cool urban fixies, laid back cruisers and ‘mountain’ bikers (sorry, there are no actual mountains in Adelaide but … Continued

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