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April 24, 2020

With the Corona virus spreading throughout the world from China, our Federal and State Governments have deemed it necessary for most Australians to distance themselves from one another by at least 1.5 metres to try and limit its spread within our country.

For St George...

April 2, 2020

Just before the orders for social distancing and staying home were given – due to Covid-19 – fourteen St George BUG members drove to Jindabyne for a few days’ holiday, staying at the caravan park beside the lake.

On the first day of riding, we cycled from Prussian Creek...

March 2, 2019

Five St George BUG members joined an Intrepid tour of Sri Lanka, cycling and sightseeing while enjoying the quieter roads in the country. They stayed in hotels and their luggage was transported each day. Bicycles were provided and maintained by the accompanying mechani...

January 18, 2017

Cycle Safety Australia actively promotes the safety of cyclists In Australia.  They are strong advocates for improved road infrastructure, and for a common national set of road rules for cycling.

Their Website provides cyclists with comprehensive information on the road...

Abridged - for the full story refer to the Chain Reactions website

What will the riders have for breakfast?

This will involve normal breakfast foods like porridge, Greek yoghurt, eggs, fruit smoothies (mixed berries, bananas, oranges, apples) and vegetable juices (leafy...

June 25, 2016

Congratulations to BUG Member Giuseppe Calo who was invited to attend a 'Mates Breakfast' with His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd))

Not only was the keynote speech highly motivational, but a highlight was His Excellency asking all attendees...

Despite only having learned to ride a bike months earlier, waitress Billie Samuel became the first woman to cycle from Melbourne to Sydney in May 1934.

 

Poor weather hampered her attempt to better Elsa Barbour’s time riding in the opposite direction, but she tried again...

At a time when dirt tracks made up 1,600km of the 4,402km route from Fremantle to Sydney one rider without peer established a record of 13 days, 10 hours and 11 minutes for the journey. Sir Hubert Opperman’s career had many other highlights but this was a ride that cap...

January 4, 2016

 

Over a 9day period in late November/ early December 2015, BUG members Brian Pirie, Colin Mable, Pat Hill and BUG 'friend' Brian Rees undertook the 540km RACV Goldfields ride

 

Picturesque towns visited included Bendigo, Ballarat, Heathcote and Inglewood

 

The photos are a...

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