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Womens / soundjammer
« Last post by elizabether on October 14, 2015, 01:07:27 PM »

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DIY - Do It Yourself / wifi signal jammer
« Last post by veronikaor on October 13, 2015, 05:07:50 PM »
As the GPS system provides critical capabilities to military, civil and commercial users around the world and the GPS system is maintained by the United States government and is freely accessible to anyone with a GPS receiver.wifi signal jammer
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Australia / South Aust: Bike SA 2012 ANNUAL TOUR community event
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 11:39:29 PM »
Info/register at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/annualtour

Explore South Australia from coast to vineyards
Copper Coast to the Barossa Valley

Nine days. 500+km.
15 - 23 September, 2012
OR Short Escape Options

The 2012 Annual Tour takes a journey through regional South Australia exploring diverse landscapes including beautiful beaches, rich agricultural farmland, fertile wine valleys and former copper mining towns.
Starting in Moonta in the heart of the Copper Coast region our explorations include the beautiful Clare Valley, the historic mining town of Burra and the renowned Barossa Valley with journey's end right back in the heart of Adelaide.

What's it like on Tour?
Exert yourself for half the day, then relax with a coldie and share stories as the sun sets on a great day of riding. Tomorrow is just another beautiful day and another great ride with your mates. The Annual Tour is a roady ride, but there may be a couple of days when you can get off the bitumen and ride the rough stuff, if you're that way inclined.

BOOK YOUR ANNUAL TOUR EARLY AND WIN
Book your spot in September's Annual Tour before 1 August 2012 and go into the draw to win two nights at the Paxton Square Cottages in Burra, "offering you a unique old world charm, while you discover the rich history of this historic town." (Paxton Square Cottages)
*Terms and Conditions apply. You must be over 18 to participate. The random draw will take place August 1 at 5pm and the winner will be notified no later than August 3 at 5pm. You must participate on the Annual Tour to receive your prize. The prize is only valid Wednesday 19 September and Thursday 20 September and you must use your vouchers during these nights.
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Australia / South Aust: National Ride To Work Day Community Event
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 11:13:04 PM »
Info at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/RiderInfo_Programs_NatRideWorkDay

National ride to work day

National Ride to Work Day is an opportunity for businesses, organisations and communities to increase the numbers of people riding to work by having them register and participate in the National Ride to Work Day event.
National Ride to Work Day is a FREE event, it costs nothing to register and workplace coordinators receive a free promotional kit to assist them to encourage others in their office to also participate in the event. Businesses, organisations and communities have the option of running their own event (e.g. a riders breakfast) on National Ride to Work Day 17 October 2012, or participating in an event already being held in their area.

Adelaide CBD Breakfast
In celebration of the National Ride to Work Programme, join us for a yummy breakfast and entertainment at Victoria Square on 17 October from 7am to 9am.

Be the last to finish and win!
During the Ride2Work Day breakfast on Wednesday the 17 October 2012 anyone can take part in the Slow Ride Challenge, and we will finish with Celebrity Slow Ride Challenge.
The Slow Ride Challenge will test rider's skills in a snail pace race. Pit your skills against other challengers over a mere 4 metres using City Bikes. The winner is the last person over the line or to have moved the least distance over a 30 second period. Feet cannot touch the ground.
Why a slow ride challenge? Riding slowly is an important commuter riding skill that requires a complex mix of balance, coordination and control. Commuters apply this skill when riding slowly between lines of traffic, creeping up to a stop light, or negotiating pedestrian traffic on shared footpaths. Advanced riders can balance motionless.
Bike SA teaches this amongst many other skills to adults wanting to join the commuter or recreational riding revolution taking place in SA. Riding slowly can be added to your repertoire of defensive cycling techniques.
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Australia / South Aust: Gear Up Girl Community Event near Adelaide
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 11:04:28 PM »
Infor/Register at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/gearupgirl

Gear Up Girl SA

Adelaide CBD
Sunday 25 November 2012
15KM River Ride / 35KM Beach Ride / 50KM Hills Ride
Start: 9.30am Elders Park, Adelaide

Event introduction
In proud partnership with Bicycle NSW and Gear Up Girl, Bicycle SA is delighted to bring you GEAR UP GIRL SA, a ride specifically for women.
Our goal is to get 1000 LADIES RIDING THEIR BIKE ON 25 NOVEMBER! Even if you're not a regular rider, or have not ridden for a long time, you can take this opportunity to get on a bike and join in. An easy River Ride is the perfect starter. For fitter, more accomplished riders there are longer, harder ride options to choose from such as the 35km Beach Ride and the 50km Hills Ride.

Bike Angels & Cherubs
Are you a beginner rider looking for some support on your first couple of rides around town? Maybe you are looking for some advice on how to bunch-ride, or deal with traffic? Bike SA can match you with an experienced rider (Bike Angel), who you can meet up with to ride together.
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Australia / South Aust: Grand Slam Challenge Series 2012 ride No.5
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 10:57:24 PM »
Info/Register at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/grandslam

The Grand Slam Challenge Series 2012

The Grand Slam Challenge is a series of recreational rides catering to cyclists of differing abilities looking to share the experience with hundreds of like-minded riders.

2012 Dates
#1 Woodside - 40km/80km - 19 Feb
#2 Mt Torrens - 50km/100km - 1 April
#3 Yankalilla - 60km/120km - 27 May
#4 Williamstown - 75km/150km - 5 Aug
#5 Littlehampton - 100km/200km - 21 Oct
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Australia / South Aust: Grand Slam Challenge Series 2012 ride No.4
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 10:53:56 PM »
Info/Register at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/grandslam

The Grand Slam Challenge Series 2012

The Grand Slam Challenge is a series of recreational rides catering to cyclists of differing abilities looking to share the experience with hundreds of like-minded riders.

2012 Dates
#1 Woodside - 40km/80km - 19 Feb
#2 Mt Torrens - 50km/100km - 1 April
#3 Yankalilla - 60km/120km - 27 May
#4 Williamstown - 75km/150km - 5 Aug
#5 Littlehampton - 100km/200km - 21 Oct

Grand Slam #4 prize incentive from Giant is a Continuum 9W wireless bike computer valued at $49.95 - there's two up for grabs so there will be two lucky winners. PLUS all riders who have registered for the full series and participate in all five rides will go into the draw to win one of two Giant road bikes - a men's Defy 1 road bike and a women's Avail 1 road bike.
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Australia / South Australia - Amy's Ride: Adelaide
« Last post by steve1 on July 17, 2012, 10:48:23 PM »
Register/Info at http://www.bikesa.asn.au/AmysRideSA

Amy's Ride SA is a recreational mass participation road ride from Adelaide to McLaren Vale, one of South Australia's leading wine regions. The event raises much needed funds for road safety in South Australia, and gives people the opportunity to ride a bike along the Southern Expressway (exclusively closed for the event), wear the exclusive Amy's Ride SA jersey and take on their personal challenge - a great day out!

Adelaide to McLaren Vale along the Southern Expressway
Sunday 4 November 2012
100KM / 65KM / 30KM / 25KM
Start: 8:30am Flinders University, or 9:00am O'Halloran Hill - 25km ride only

Bike SA Events
08 8168 9999
rides@bikesa.asn.au
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Australia / Brisbane social meetups
« Last post by steve1 on June 25, 2012, 05:08:56 PM »
Brisbane Bimblers' Cycling Group
http://www.bimblers.com/
A light-hearted, non-serious cycling group for those that just want to get out and see the sights of Brisbane.

Brisbane Friday Night Bike Rides
http://www.meetup.com/Brisbane-Friday-Night-Bike-Rides/
Night bike rides through the beautiful Brisbane CBD and surrounding suburbs. See the city up in lights and explore the night life it offers.

brisbane bike hash
http://www.meetup.com/brisbane-bike-hash/
A bike ride based on The Hash house harriers....A member to nominate when and where ride goes and takes place .. Catering for all types of riders and bikes ...Cost is $ 10-00 which covers food and drink at end...

Lazy Sunday Cycle
http://www.meetup.com/Lazy-Sunday-Cycle/
Lazy Sunday Cycle is for anyone and everyone who wants to ride a bicycle for fun; enthused and confident cyclists, people who are ‘interested but a little bit concerned’ about cycling, people who just want to get out there and have a go at cycling and people who want to cycle with other people. LSC is targeted at young people, old people, the young at heart, families, children with stabilizers, people with fancy bikes, people with cargo bikes and people with bikes with baskets!

The Cyclist
http://www.meetup.com/The-Cyclist/
Cycling is a great pass time, keeps you fit and in turn relaxes you and improves your general well being.
It is not just about speed, Lycra, Adrenalin or expensive equipment, although sometimes that is involved, it is about getting out and enjoying your surroundings. Our meetups will be based around a varied number of routes throughout the Brisbane Region and hopefully taking in some multi day trips as well. Before we can approve your membership There is a $10.00 Annual Subscription for this group to cover the costs associated with the group, however some meetups may have additional charges, these will be notified in the meeup post.
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General Discussion / Map my Ride on Andriod phone - how does it work for you?
« Last post by steve1 on June 25, 2012, 04:30:34 PM »
Has anyone out there been having difficulty using the android version of Map My Ride on their smart phone? Up to recently, I've found it to be reliable. During my last ride it couldn't read my smart phone GPS signal, even though it showed a relatively strong GPS signal on both the phone and the Map My Ride software.
Is there a better andriod app out there that you can recommend.
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