a bike for all seasons


This post comes with a soundtrack πŸ™‚ Recorded this morning on the second last day of winter as I rode beside Tallebudgera Creek at West Burleigh Heads. You’ll hear the birdsong ofΒ Pied Currawongs, Magpies and Rainbow Lorikeets, cars passing by and a plane buzzing overhead. Yet still the birds sing on, each in their own voice, telling me there are signs of Spring. You know, when it’s soon to be Spring. Signposts… Read More

Cars are few. Bikes are plenty. The speed limit is 25km/hour. Most visitors ride bikes. Nobody needs a bike lock. The air is clean. The water is clear and unpolluted. β€œWake up! Wake up! You’re dreaming!” I hear you yell. And I might have thought the same if I hadn’t seen it for myself. There is an island, given birth about seven million years ago when lava flowed from a volcano in… Read More