Some rode from Port Lincoln and some from Coffin Bay. Rode to Point Avoid where Peter used to launch his boat. It is 8 years since he was taken by a shark. He was a great bloke and a good riding companion.
What a great ride today – 33km on gravel roads. We left the Boston Bay winery at 9.30am and returned for a drink and magnificent lunch. Along the coast for a while then some solid hills involved as we headed away from the sea. A head wind on the way home. A good work out and great scenery. 14 riders and double that for lunch
About 25 of us met at the Boston Bay winery and left at 9.30am Dec 11th. Great ride once we were off the main road (only about 1km didn’t have a bike lane). Rode out to Boston Point and back. Fantastic weather and views. So nice. Back at the winery we had a “Seafood by the Sea” banquet. Really pleasant.
Training ride for those entering the Tour-Down-Under community ride and a few others. 14 riders. People left at various times so we all got there about the same time. Worked well. About 70km.
The Lincoln National Park is such a great place to ride – quiet and little traffic.
Thanks to Carol for bun and fruit !!! (lots)
On 15th of May 21 of us gathered at Tumby and headed south along the coast on our mountain bikes. We had a stop at Second Creek and then on to Redcliff where we had a break. Back home via another road making it about 30km round trip and 90 min of riding time. See route on “Where to ride”
Coffee and food at “Alive and Well”, Tumby Bay, afterwards. It was a great day with sun shining and no wind. Fantastic.