Need Masks? This friend of the cycling community has been sewing up a storm and has stock again ready to post out. Local and hand made. Win Win
Face masks are washable and reuseable, and made with three layers of fabric. Adjustable elastic loops fit over the ears, and flexible wire helps the mask conform to your nose.
Look stylish while also following government recommendations to wear face masks when in situations where physical distancing may not be possible.
There are a heap of designs available on my website: www.ekajhandmade.com
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For all of us in the Lock down areas Masks from Wednesday will be compulsory. However when riding the commonsense approach would indicate you wont need to wear it. Maybe worth carrying one to wear if you stop for a chat.
As always stay safe and stay clean and with luck we can get some racing happening in a few months. ... See MoreSee Less
My cross Melbourne work bike commute working in an essential service throughout both lockdowns I've been using a buff/muff/neck tube thing that I intermittently pull up when using shared pathways where 1.5mts distance is impossible then pulling it down for the road sections away for other riders. Also I've changed my route to take in far more roadway where there is opportunity for greater distance to others. I've personally found masks, whether disposable or washable way too restrictive when combined with the effort required when cycling (my commute is 30kms each way in full lycra). I do use (work supplied) masks during work through. www.wiggle.co.uk/buff/neck-tubes
We are sharing this with absolutely NO opinion. It is up to all of you to work out what "Satisfying your exercise requirements" is and just what you define as your local area.
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Well if your standard ride week is 200kms, and you were unable to ride during the week, then 200kms is your "minimum" distance on Saturday/ Sunday morning which you need to to achieve to obtain your expected level of fitness to stay healthy...
I've sat locked in my house for 3 days now pondering any place I had been, who I had been with and was I careful enough.
Thankfully I am OK and I can go back to... Um that's right being at home and not planning events. But hey, reminder people: Stay safe and wear a mask if you are out.
PS. Did you know that an upset stomach could be a sign. I didn't
#thisisreal #masksforall #staysafe #sanitize ... See MoreSee Less
Are you looking for some long lasting and super comfortable cycling knicks?
Rohin Adams, BHE director has been working with Nemesis Cycling Apparel for his next purchase of knicks. Given his last Nemesis ones lasted 5yrs + he thought that some of you may want something that good too. Nemesis is a custom cycling clothing company so this is a pre order. Worth every cent and then some.
There is also a women's specific model with rear clip.
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The indication that in easing restrictions we wont be limited to 100 participants on one hand is great.
On the other hand, it kind of kills the need for this new event idea! ... See MoreSee Less
Haha 😂 👌🏻
Ha ha brilliant!
The Australian Government announcement on Friday of changes to the Stage 3 rollback of restrictions means we may have racing (almost) as usual alot sooner than any of us thought. But not quite yet!
With some hygiene changes and registration of spectators as well as starting in smaller groups we should be meeting the requirements but before we can set any dates we first will need Victoria to actually get to Stage 3 easing of restrictions and for now there is no date for that.
And once we have a date for that, the next catch is going to be finding some all weather venues and event ideas to suit them.
Right off to the think tank! ... See MoreSee Less
Berchworth Yack double header 👌
Dan Johnson Brodie Sims