It’s all because of a truck and the still pending progress of the Coffs Harbour bypass ... Could that bike in the window possibly be the new Cervelo…
The gravel biking scene has been a bit of a black hole in recent times. It’s been a gigantic gravitational well seemingly sucking the entirety of the…
In my last post (Managerialism 19), I was very critical of current Australian attempts to ‘govern’ the Covid 19 ‘plague’. That’s kind of easy as this…
There have been two plagues in my life so far. The first killed my academic career and the second we all currently share. Both plagues are wrapped…
There are going to be whole university departments set up, all around the world, dedicated to unpacking insights from this, the world’s greatest…
Bathophobia!
How Do You Get a Revolution Rolling? Chaos Theory and Catalysing Revolutions with Intent
Welcome to Bicyclism by me, Roderic Gill. Recovering Post Academic, ex environmental policy consultant, apparently a farmer, Executive Assistant to Shep…
No cars! So we are living through a pandemic. Everything is shut down and the bureaucrats and their political masters are screaming at us to stay home…
I suspect that the collection of memes now gravitating around the generic term “Gravel Biking’ are as nebulous and contestable as those collecting…
As outlined in my previous post, One Year on My Roubaix, the S-Works Roubaix rides on top of something along the lines of a cultural shift. To pay the…
It’s exactly a year since I purchased my violent orange/yellow Mclaren Special, Specialized S-Works Roubaix: a bike fully dressed in Top-Of-The-Line. On…