LADIES RIDE- Newcastle
COME AND JOIN A FRIENDLY BUNCH OF LADIES FOR NEWCASTLES LIV/GIANT GROUP RIDES THESE SOCIAL RIDES ARE AIMED AT WOMEN WHO WANT TO: Improve skills and awareness on the road develop bunch riding confidence and ability build a supportive women's cycling community in Newcastle talk tactics with a local former Olympian (Olivia Gollan) MEET AT: Hadley Cycles - 37 Griffiths Road Lambton NSW 2299 TIME: 7am every Saturday DISTANCE: 30-40km ROUTE: Varies, however will finish within an easy ride back to the start. NEEDED: A road or flat bar road bike, helmet, water and money for coffee. COFFEE: Most definitely For more information or to register your interest please email email@example.com or contact our Lambton store via telephone (02) 49564440.
Introducing the Avail 1 limited edition, Breast Cancer Network Australia model. Only 100 of these road bikes will be available, with 10% of the recommended retail value of the 100 bikes being donated by Liv (Giant Australia) to the Breast Cancer Network Australia. Please call any one of our stores for more information.
27.5, is a wheel size that has become very real and tangible for the new 2014 Giant bike range. And it doesn’t look like it is going to be an overnight fad. I know to most it is all just a bunch of numbers, 29er, 26″, and now 27.5″. But what does all this mean for the rider and what is actually the best wheel size for you?
To help iron out some of the confusion we thought that we would post some links to some fantastic articles, which tackle the issue of wheel size
Stay posted for more links as we find them.
Some companies buy their frames, while others make their own!
For those of you who are interested. Giant have released a 10 week online ”Composite Clinic” on their Facebook page to help the punters better understand the technology and to get an idea of what really goes on behind the scenes. Giant will post new info each week for the next 9 weeks, so stay tuned.
To get you started, this article which bicycling Australia featured a week or so ago, is very informative
Go to ‘Giant Bicycles Australia’ on Facebook.