The Blue Danube Cycle Route, Germany, Austria.
Ride around Lake Constance, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Sydney Harbour Bridge ride
Great WA Bike Ride – Western Australia’s South West
New Zealand’s West Coast and Glaciers ride.
Amsterdam to Marken Island – riding the wind.
Classico Boretti – through the countryside chasing 5000 Dutch riders
Amsterdam’s 10 most beautiful streets
Zeeland – a tour of Dutch dykes
Denmark- Bornholm Island
500km across Holland- the Pieterpad
Belgium- Flemish Cycle route
Ireland – Connemara
England – Hardy country, Dorset
Great Victorian Bike Ride- across Gippsland
Sydney to Wollongong
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Checking your Great Rides … and the WA number doesn’t feature?
In any case … thought of you this evening … the ISS went overhead in absolute magnificence in mid-to-late autumn dusk. With the shuttke attached it was even more brilliant …. and it was visible for the entire traverse.
Hope its all good for you right now. Love to Agnes. Take care and avoid all ducks
Thanks, Damien. The addition has been made.
Try Cycle Queensland’s Port Douglas to Mission Beach over the Atherton Tablelands later this year (2013) – did this in 2006. Highly recommend it.
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Thought you might enjoy this piece about a Dutch bike path:
Thanks, Will. Yes, I’ve heard about this path. It would be good to go out and ride it in person…some dark, warm, windless night!
Hi Richard. Canada has some great cycling trails. If you ever get over this way, check out the 200-km P’tit train du nord just north of Montreal. Here’s a link to my album of the trip:
I’ve been to Canada a couple of times, but not yet to Quebec. Sounds like it has to go on the bucket list!
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