I’m guessing there are quite a number of Rioters who enjoy the plod up Mt Ainslie on the walking track leading up from the back of the War Memorial. It certainly gets very busy on occasions. I have no idea of the statistics but I would guess several thousand use the track each week.
Unfortunately the [...]
Simon Corbell has announced a $9 million spend on cycling and walking infrastructure:
– The City cycle loop;
– Kings Avenue on-road cycle lane and off-road cycle path improvements;
– accessibility improvements to walking infrastructure in the main town centres (Woden, Tuggeranong, Belconnen and Gungahlin) benefitting visually and mobility impaired people; and
– interim off-road footpath improvements at Kingston [...]
So, what better way to spend Fathers day, than going for a stroll with the family. We went down to Pinnacle Nature Resrve (Springvale Dve in Hawker), and went for a walk through the hills and bush. And what a magnificent walk it was.
Given that we are living in the bush capital, what are some [...]
the ABC put up a really good article on the opportunities for cycling in Canberra.
But they posted it with just a few clubs missing from the links at the end:
(I saw it at work and by the time I got home I had to google for 5 minutes to find the damn thing, not so [...]
Jon Stanhope would like the aboretum to be his legacy, but I reckon it will be the signs. Signs everywhere. Signs in half-hearted txt speak. Signs reminding you to wipe your nose and put a jumper on (ok I made that last one up to the best of my knowledge).
The Chiefly One has this very [...]
Motorcycle riders using bicycle lanes
I would love to hear everyones opinion on motorcycle riders using bicycle lanes to get past traffic jams.
I myself don’t like it it, but I guess if I was stuck in traffic on a motorcycle sucking in car fumes I would do it as well.