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Europe by Bike

Europe by Bike In May, 2013 members of the BUG made their way to Europe and spent 12days cycling 645km from Passau, Germany to Budapest, Hungary - via Austria and Slovakia. The route followed the majestic Danube River Take a look at Photos, Albums, 2013/ Europe by Bike. Great scenery and member shots.

Kym Easton Memorial Ride – Update

Following-on from the ride in April this year, Grant Easton has continued to engage the Calvary Hospital regarding the proposed donation The A/ CEO advised they wish to use the funds to buy a bench seat and a shade sail for the outside garden. This was an area that Kym really came to love in her final stay there, which is quite fitting The Calvary Hospital also want to purchase a new fridge, microwave and toaster for the staff room Grant is awaiting final details on when/how to donate the funds and a further update for members will be provided at that time

China by Bike (Final Day)

告别。三江源一个伟 大的经验 (Farewell. Thankyou for a great experience) Photos of day fifteen have been uploaded to the BUG Facebook page Another day in Beijing. The members walked on the Great Wall in humid conditions and later finished the day and tour with a group dinner, eating Peking Duck Just 'click' on the Facebook logo at the foot of the website page - then Photos, Albums, 2015/ China by Bike

China by Bike

Photos of days thirteen & fourteen have been uploaded to the BUG Facebook page Another day in Xian then overnight train to Beijing. The members had a short cycle in 'Old Beijing' before sightseeing, a local BBQ and spectacular show Just 'click' on the Facebook logo at the foot of the website page - then Photos, Albums, 2015/ China by Bike

China by Bike

Photos of days eleven & twelve have been uploaded to the BUG Facebook page Sightseeing in Yangshuo before catching a flight to Xian. The members had a short cycle on top of the Xian Wall and visited the historic Terracotta Warriors Just 'click' on the Facebook logo at the foot of the website page - then Photos, Albums, 2015/ China by Bike

China by Bike

Photos of day ten have been uploaded to the BUG Facebook page No cycling due to torretial rain for most of the day providing an opportunity to take a cruise on the Li River and take in the sights of Yangshuo The members have cycled some 470km to this point, and only have a couple of small 'hops' remaining of an amazing trip Just 'click' on the Facebook logo at the foot of the website page - then Photos, Albums, 2015/ China by Bike

China by Bike

Photos of days eight & nine have been uploaded to the BUG Facebook page Just 'click' on the Facebook logo at the foot of the website page - then Photos, Albums, 2015/ China by Bike. Beautiful scenery and our member are continuing to enoy the experience, in quite humid conditions A 'special' caricature by the members

Snap Send Solve App

Snap Send Solve is the free app that allows you to easily report issues to the relevant authorities anywhere in Australia It's available for iOS and Android and we've placed a hyperlink located under Our Rides/ Resources. Alternatively, you can find out more at http://www.snapsendsolve.com/

Benefits of a Foam Roller

For fast recovery for stiff, sore muscles and a quick return to top riding condition, you need to get on a roll. Without the benefit of a masseur like the ones pro riders enjoy, the next best thing for bike riders is self-massage with a foam roller. In fact, the roller gives you a great deal of control. You can find and gently massage areas of soreness, trigger points and knots, and by varying how much weight you apply, you can moderate the intensity. Massaging your muscles promotes circulation and, therefore, muscle repair. The effect is that it reduces aches and stiffness. You can use the roller straight after a ride but it’s probably most effective the next day, when your muscles have sta

Ride Ready - the ‘M’ Check

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the many parts of a bike and easy to ignore the state of your bike altogether, but this simple and speedy bike check draws the eye through all the most important areas While more useful as a diagnostic aid, the ‘M’ check helps you to become aware of many of the most critical issues that might be affecting your bike Several of the fixes for potential issues uncovered in an ‘M’ check are fairly straightforward. If you don’t feel confident with your mechanical abilities, touch base with your favourite local bike shop

China by Bike

Members of the St George Bicycle User Group (BUG) have arrived safely in China, ready to experience the wonders of a fabulous country - by bike Day 1 standing in The People's Park, Guangzhou

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