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Features

Foood foraged by Woody from Artist as Family. Cycle Traveller
Thursday, 06/11/14 - 1 comment(s)

You meet the most inspirational people while cycle touring, and the family I would like to introduce you to here are nothing short of that. We met Artist as Family – Patrick, Meg, young Woody and dog Zero, and since joined by son Zephyr as well – while cycling down from the Daintree Rainforest. The family pedalled off on two tandems from their home in Daylesford in central Victoria, in November 2013, and made their way northwards along the east coast. What was more important to them than geography, however, was... + continue reading

Routes

Cycling through the Barossa Valley. Cycle Traveller
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Thursday, 02/10/14 - 2 comment(s)
South Australia is blessed with some excellent cycling infrastructure, and three of its best cycle paths are the basis of this trip, which is a great bicycle touring route for cyclists of all... + continue reading

Trip Blog

Cyclcing the GDR Route near the Darling Downs. Cycle Traveller
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Saturday, 08/11/14 - 2 comment(s)
We've tried incredibly hard to have the GDR Route avoid intense mining and resource extraction areas due to the extra traffic these sites generate on what are often roads that, in our... + continue reading

Gear

Detail of the monkeysee harness at dusk. Cycle Traveller
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Tuesday, 25/11/14 - 1 comment(s)
As a cyclist who spends a lot of time on the road touring Australia, I get plenty of time to chat to drivers – especially truckies and Grey Nomads. One thing a high number of them... + continue reading

What's On

Exhibits from the Museum of Australia's Freewheeling: Cycling in Australia exhibit. Cycle Traveller
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Monday, 17/11/14 - 0 comment(s)
An exhibition centering on Australia's long and diverse cycling history is set to launch in Brisbane later this month. Developed by the National Museum as part of its Cycling in Australia... + continue reading

Weekenders

The view from Makara Peak near Wellington. Cycle Traveller
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Wednesday, 05/11/14 - 0 comment(s)
Surrounded by harbour and hills, Wellington has a strong claim to some of New Zealand's most accessible and stunning bicycle routes and trails. In a route list compiled by the city's bike-... + continue reading

Postcards

Thomas Anderson looks out of his tent on a chilly morning on Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni salt lake. Cycle Traveller
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Tuesday, 18/11/14 - 0 comment(s)
I knew I was in for something special as I left the strange tourist town of Uyuni and headed towards the famous salt lake, Salar de Uyuni. Though just how magic that part of Bolivia would... + continue reading