April 16, 2011
Its not every afternoon I’ve got to move a worm farm from the top of the hill down to my place but I sure enjoyed it this evening. Tested the mountain bike on a healthy transport themed track to a mates parents place hoping I might be able to collect some loot. Sure enough they had a worm farm for me. I made sure I emptied the worm juice out first but then strapped it onto the bob trailer and bobs your uncle. Dirt road, mud, steep gravel, Bonnet Hill bends and back home without a hitch.
Posted for the love of a good load by Liam.C
April 13, 2011
Well I’ve been on a temporary blogging holiday and doing some real stuff. But… due to popular demand the HTH blog will be firing you healthy transport related business like nothing else so watch out. Seems like its been raining a fair bit lately eh… I been getting pretty wet and loving it. Not everyday you see one of the only bike lanes around Hobart in Flood.
Posted for the love of rain by Liam.C
April 4, 2011
I came across this beautiful patch of bike rings at Melbourne University. The campus is glowing with the culture of sustainable transport; from big green priority lanes and lights at most access points, to the intelligent and healthy students and staff on the saddles of vintage, fixie and recycled machines. There are sign posted ‘bike routes’ between the different buildings and copenhagen style lanes running to and from the CBD. The above picture doesn’t quite capture the newly cemented 150 bike rings that have replaced what looks to be an old car park…yeah baby! I’d like to see a bit more of that around UTAS.