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Cesar is now a member of Brisbane Cyclist
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Doc Embrey replied to Taezar's discussion End of Year Drinks December 13th at Cove (which is now called something else)
"Can I bump this? Well that's rhetorical isn't it because I have :D I think we are going to have to start calling the venue "The Bar Formerly Known as the Cove" or anyone new won't be able to find it - though the eclectic…"
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Coxy replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016
"Well yes. And his biggest achievements are scrapping stuff... "
Big Steve replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016
"That's off a low base, but good news none the less. "
Big Steve replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016
"It's funny how stopping the cycling environment becoming even more hostile is seen as a victory."
Coxy replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016
"Yep. In 6 months he's scrapped BAZ, scrapped banana bars, pushed for MHL exemptions, approved the Annerley Road full time bike lane and Stanley Street bikeway projects. Much better than the 8 years under Matic! "
Daz replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016
"I'm at cross purposes. I'm generally fairly anti-LNP, but Schrinner seems to be doing good work...things seem to be getting done. Of course they could always do a lot more, but I find with these things there is big value in incrementalism…"
Geoff Tewierik replied to Daz's discussion In thew News - December 2016



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Brisbane Valley Rail Trail News Update

Posted by Paul Heymans on October 3, 2016 at 7:55am 0 Comments

It’s now 8 months since the announcement about funding for completion of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail by the Queensland Government in January of this year.

Whilst there was early optimism that the project would be completed by late 2016/early 2017, it seems we may have been looking through the wrong end of the telescope.

The wheels of government turn very slowly, but that does not mean to say they have not been turning.

Just to remind everyone, the deal the Queensland…


Critical Mass and why we need it now

Posted by Peter Cutajar on August 19, 2016 at 9:46pm 1 Comment

critical mass - we need it now more than ever - bikes, card players, gypsies etc. even room for unused greyhounds Nuns and grandmas to come along and be a part of Bne the new world city- San Francisco style. For it to happen it needs to be a social media spectacle extravaganza.

I know all the nanny state peeps will be negative but it will build confidence and that is what we need to be shown as a relevant part of soceity - using the safety bicycle as a way to limit our footprint and not… Continue

Traffic Always Increases with Time - Dave's Law

Posted by Doc Embrey on August 4, 2016 at 7:30am 1 Comment

So, have You ever worked out how many times you have travelled to work or wherever - I have. Over the years, since I moved into the house I currently live in, I have travelled into the Brisbane CBD where I work, by train or foot or bicycle for around two trips a day, five days a week, 48-weeks a year for twenty-two years now. That's 480 trips per year less a few days for public holidays and other days when I couldn't be bothered to turn up. All up, I've walked and sat on the train or…


Long Distance Ride Upgrades

Posted by Dunsobarky on April 21, 2016 at 10:00pm 5 Comments

To get back into biking proper I bought a commuter bike, an Avanti Blade 3 from Avantiplus in the Valley. Got last years model at a great price. However, as much as I love this bike and it was a good commuter it wasn't a great long distance rider. On my first (and only to date) 100kms ride from Brissie to Gold Coast I discovered a few issues I had to fix.…


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