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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Port to Port

Newcastle is once again gearing up to cheer on riders in the Port to Port MTB four-day race this month. Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all abilities, from the recreational to the highly competitive and everyone in between

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Breaking the Cycle

Renowned adventure cyclist and author, Kate Leeming, has already cycled the width of Africa, pedalled 25,000km around Australia and was the first woman to cycle unsupported across ‘new’ Russia. Now, she plans to cycle across Antarctica via the South Pole and adventure

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Racking it up

Sometimes the best bike trips require you to go far and away from the city for the ideal ride. Whether single day trips or weeklong bicycle marathons, you can’t always squeeze your two wheeled wonder into the backseat, especially if its on

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Sweet Swap Meet

Adelaide’s Treadly Bike Shop are again hosting a Swap Meet and Sale in Ebenezer Place. The Bicycle Swap Meet on Sunday May 24th is open to all to buy, sell or barter. Last year’s swap meet attracted some of Adelaide’s most interesting

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Hidden Trails and Beers

Red Hill Riders MTB club has joined forces with Good Beer Week to bring you possibly the best way to spend a Sunday morning! Kicking off at 9am with coffee and chat, you will grouped into riding ability to head off on

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Connecting Sydneysiders

Ten major bike connections are under construction or in design to support the growing number of Sydneysiders riding and ease pressure on the city’s roads and public transport network. City of Sydney-funded cycleway links along sections of Castlereagh and Liverpool streets are

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