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Get On Your Bike, Gawler

Transition Gawler likes to celebrate all things ‘bike’ and to encourage bike riding of all kinds in Gawler. Bikes are a healthy, fun way to get around, and substituting short car rides with bike rides can make a real impact on your greenhouse gas emmissions.

With around 40% of car trips being less than 3 km, many of us have plenty of opportunities to walk or cycle instead of driving.

From a quick trip to pick up some groceries, to a Sunday ride with the family, to competitive road, BMX, mountain and trick riding, bikes can play an important role in our lives. We have a bunch of great ideas for “Get on your Bike, Gawler” and now we’re looking for more Gawler bike lovers to join us. If you’re interested Contact Us.

 

High Tea on Wheels

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imageTransition Gawler held a lovely event earlier this year, which was a community bike ride from Dead Man’s Pass to Clonlea Park, with cake as the bribe! A great way to meet new people and eat cake…what more could you want.

 

 

 

Family friendly bike rides 2014

imageLovely September weather has got us all out on the bike trails, here is a photo from a recent ride, more are scheduled, check out the Get On Your Bike Gawler (GOYBG) Facebook page here.

 

 

Ride2Work Day 15th October 2014

‘Ride2Work’ Day is 15th October 2014, use this as an excuse to get the treadlie dusted off and out of the shed! http://www.bikesa.asn.au/ride2work

Electric Bike Group Buy 2014

Karen Redman gives the e-bikes a thumbs up after taking it for a test ride at the Sustainable Living Festival

Karen Redman gives the e-bikes a thumbs up after taking it for a test ride at the Sustainable Living Festival

After great interest in the Electric bikes which were on display at the 2014 Sustainable Living Festival, Ian Tooley has organised a group buy on behalf of Transition Gawler with the potential to save 20% on the purchase price, and a few extras thrown in, see this post for more info

 

 

 

 

 

Other biking links:

Tour de Work link http://www.tourdework.com.au/home

South Australian Streets For People Compendium by the Active Living Coalition http://saactivelivingcoalition.com.au)

Gawler Wheelers link http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/group/GawlerWheelers

South Australian Mountain Biking Association http://www.samba.asn.au/

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