Tagged: South Australia

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Flat and Flatter. Cycling from Robe to Mt Gambier

What a difference a day makes. After an enforced rest day in Robe because of crazy high winds (in the wrong direction), we awoke to a gorgeous sunny day with fairly mild winds and perfect mid twenty temperatures. We had a fairly short cycling day planned to Beachport (~50km) so there was no hurry to get on the bikes. When...

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The Big Challenge – Cycling across the Nullarbor (Part 2)

With the first part of the Nullarbor cycle under our belts, the second part was about to begin. The day off in Eucla certainly did the trick but it didn’t improve the weather forecast…depending on which one you looked at!!!! The official BOM site was predicting 39 degrees, possible thunderstorms and nasty winds. Weatherzone.com, on the other hand was reporting...

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The first few days.. – Cycling Across Australia

Starting the big journey Well there wasn’t much sleep going around the night before our first day on the road. I definitely didn’t think either of us had done enough prep. I had exactly 178km on my new bike and Tim 113!!! Still our very experienced cycling friends kept telling us to chill. Why practice when we’d be doing the...

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