Melbourne lockdown

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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby Heather » Fri 16 Oct 2020, 7:55 am

Claude Cat wrote:So the whisper is 20km from home to be announced this Sunday! :D

*Yay!* :D
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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby mtb101 » Fri 16 Oct 2020, 5:56 pm

jvb wrote:
Claude Cat wrote:So the whisper is 20km from home to be announced this Sunday! :D


Sorry, don't think that is good enough.
Should be at least all of Metropolitan Melbourne.
I'm sick of just riding in the Dandenongs. I want some flat roads and want to ride to St. Kilda.

agree, there's just no medical reason to limit us to 20k, melb metro I can just accept.
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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby Claude Cat » Sun 18 Oct 2020, 6:20 pm

25km it is.
That gets me out to Paton Hill - Pleasant Rd, Menzies, Alma Rd and Flat Rocks all in play.
Full beachie to Mordialloc, and even out west to Altona.
First up the Kew Boulies tomorrow :lol:

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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby PiledHigher » Sun 18 Oct 2020, 6:44 pm

Claude Cat wrote:25km it is.
That gets me out to Paton Hill - Pleasant Rd, Menzies, Alma Rd and Flat Rocks all in play.
Full beachie to Mordialloc, and even out west to Altona.
First up the Kew Boulies tomorrow :lol:


I'm thinking about beach rd, bouli is in my current circle!
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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby jvb » Mon 19 Oct 2020, 10:35 am

At 06:45 this morning there were already more cyclists riding towards Olinda than I have seen in the last 3 months!

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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby Claude Cat » Mon 19 Oct 2020, 10:51 am

Kew Boulevard wasn't that busy between 6 and 7am this morning.
Police cameras installed at either end of the separated bike lane. They are a little too obvious to catch the tacker.

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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby mtb101 » Mon 19 Oct 2020, 2:30 pm

yep 25k gets us to some nice hills. rode through boulie this morning, looking green from all the rain not many riders around as yet; this gets me back to some fun loops from home as boulie is always at the start or end of rides.

camera's on boulie will be a deterrent better than nothing I guess.
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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby Claude Cat » Mon 19 Oct 2020, 4:21 pm

mtb101 wrote:camera's on boulie will be a deterrent better than nothing I guess.

There just may be other, less obvious cameras installed ;)

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Re: Melbourne lockdown

Postby Matt1 » Mon 26 Oct 2020, 3:42 pm

wooHoo! Less than two weeks to go before we can choose where to ride in Victoria.
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