Issue 15


Issue 15 of Treadlie Magazine is available in stores Australia wide and available everywhere else on the iPad and Kindle from October 9th. This is the first of our new bumper issues with an extra sixteen pages and is packed with great stories and photography, no matter where you are you’ll find plenty to inspire your urban adventures on...

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On Yer Bike

On Yer Bike is an Art Exhibition taking place from the 17th of December 2014 until the 26th of January 2015 at the Bay Discovery Centre, Glenelg. Celebrating the Tour Down Under 2015, “On Yer Bike” will be an eclectic mix of

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Smart lighting for sociable riders

Australian start-up engineering firm Augur has just released Wolf by Augur. Wolf by Augur is a cycling light system for cycling teams and casual cyclists that want to be seen while keeping each other safe. Wolf lights reduce their intensity when you are

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Hell’s Belles Volume IV

Intrepid Treadlie reporter Claire Wilson has just competed in her first all-female bike polo tournament. Here’s her report on the experience. I wake up slowly, groggily as always. I am lying on a couch in a strange apartment, half covered by my

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Pennys by the Sea

If you’ve never seen a penny stack here’s your chance! Pennys by the Sea is the annual Queensland Penny Farthing and Historical Cycling Club get together with a full weekend of penny farthing racing, riding and socialising at Sandgate. Events kick off

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Pocketing the goods

Let’s face it, there are times you don’t want to be carrying a bag. If you’re riding with your mobile phone and other valuables stashed in a pocket then check out BOgear‘s latest offering, a weatherproof Jersey Pocket Pouch. Designed to be

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Spooky CX

Saturday was a hot and dirty day in Melbourne’s inner-north, and provided the strangest back-drop yet to Dirty Deeds Cyclocross’s annual end of season finale, Spooky CX.  There were as usual plenty of great costumes, from both the little AND big kids,

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