Issue 16

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Issue 16 of Treadlie Magazine is available in stores Australia wide and available everywhere else on the iPad and Kindle from March  16th. Of course our subscribers will be getting it first and if you would like to join them then you can head over here to do so. Issue 16 features Katya Crema on the cover and stories on inspiring ,and...

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The Japanese Odyssey

Combining their passions for cycling and Japan a Strasbourg based firm has come up with the next long-distance cycling challenge to inspire you. The Japanese Odyssey will launch from Sapporo in Hokkaido on Sunday September 13th and kick off fourteen days of

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Ding ding!

A near miss for Des Burns in Adelaide one night is the inspiration behind this latest Kickstarter campaign. Des came up with the concept for DING bike lights after discovering that a driver couldn’t see him from the side, despite the presence

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NAIDOC Bike Ride 6 July

NAIDOC in the City

A free bike tour of historic Sydney landmarks will uncover Sydney’s rich Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander past as part of NAIDOC in the City. An indigenous tour guide will lead the 90 minute Ride About tour and reveal the hidden history

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Knog Film Festival

“QUALITY, QUANTITY AND QUIRK” If the entries are anything to go by, Knog’s Film Festival in Fitzroy is set to be No Ordinary Night. At 6.00pm this Saturday, Melbourne design brand, Knog, will host parties in Melbourne, Manilla, Munich, Paris, London, and

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So comfy

The winter chill has well and truly bitten in many areas of Australia and early morning commutes, or a spin with friends, have become a challenge in heat retention! Enter the Comfy. The multi-functional head and neck wear for all seasons and

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Rusty Riders getting back on wheels

Free City of Sydney bike courses to build confidence and increase awareness of road rules are leading to a record number of graduates becoming regular, safe riders. New survey data shows 82 per cent of people who completed a free Cycling in the

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