Visiting Canberra over Christmas with my bike, I knew I just had to get out and explore the hills outside of town. It is my great privilege to have the opportunity to visit the traditional land of the Ngunawal and Ngarigo people. The Brindabella Range can be reached within 30kms of my sisters house so […]Read more "Brindabella s12o"
I’d like to acknowledge the Gunai-Kurnai as the traditional owners of the land through which this ride took place. It’d been a while since I’d got away and I was itching to get out of the city properly. However, coming up to Christmas I wasn’t able to wrangle anyone else into coming with me on […]Read more "Moroka Marathon"
I disembark the train in Bairnsdale, alone on this trip. Not far from where the waters of the Mitchell River culminate in Lake King, after beginning their journey in the heart of the high country. My own journey is to begin following the direction of the Mitchell, north-west into the mountains. First through the rolling […]Read more "East Gippsland High Country"
Melbourne Randonneur’s Searching For the Bunyip is a 100km route and the first in their mixed terrain series. I rode the event last year and had a tonne of fun, I wasn’t going to miss it this year. Last year the ride started in Pakenham and a group of us commuted the 80km out, but […]Read more "Searching for the Bunyip"
I’ve spent much of the winter sick, and my riding has taken a bit of a back seat while I try to get back to health. But feeling strong again, the weather on the rise and a long weekend at my disposal I couldn’t resist the opportunity for a trip into the high country. Day […]Read more "Tour of the Howitt Plains"
A winter mission up to Keppel’s Hut has become somewhat of a yearly pilgrimage for me since I moved to Melbourne. It’s always a hard day of riding in the mountains culminating in a few kilometres of hike-a-bike to get to the little wooden hut, with little more to reward you for your efforts than […]Read more "Keppels Kampout"
Racing through Victoria’s GoldfieldsRead more "GDT 2017"