See The Sights On 2 Wheels!
We’ll get you to the BVRT & KKRT
We live in a beautiful part of the world…. Let’s see it together… On 2 Wheels!
Our crew had such a great day on the trail riding 50kms from Yarraman to Moore yesterday. This was only possible thanks to Out There Cycling who at the end of the ride shuttled us back to our campsite at Yarraman. Such a great service and so well priced, we’ll definItely come back again!
44km from Fernvale to Esk on the very pretty Brisbane Valley Rail Trail. What an achievement for a couple of 50+ year olds. Thank you Josie and David for your encouragement, hot tips and extremely welcome lift back to our cars (with our bikes on their trailer).
For the beginner this is a great way to learn how to ride in a informative controlled environment learning at your own pace.
For those who are wanting a bit more out of their cycling then give the intermediate rides a go or for something a bit more challenging then the night rides are definitely worth the effort.
You don’t know until you give it a go.
My son had a lovely morning with Out There cycling, it was lovely to find a club that takes the time to teach a beginner rider, one on one and work on his ability to gain confident, while stopping on the way to correct technics. They stayed at his own pace and are very passionate to pass on their experience to the beginners. Thank you again, he will be definitely seeing you on the tracks soon.
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Bike build number two 😍 this one is for a young rider down Pine Mountain way, who is physically and intellectually impaired. Her family all ride but since growing out of her own trike, she has been unable to ride. There are still modifications needed but we are hoping when she visits after the New Year, she will be feeling the wind in her hair once more.#ridelikeagirl #adaptivemountianbiking ... See more
The Lockyer Creek Bridge (shown in this photo by Eric Marggraf, 15 Feb 1965) will be open to the public tomorrow. The refurbishment has been completed and temporary decking is in place till it can be permanently decked early next year, so take care when crossing it till then. ... See more
One of the #adaptivemountainbike that David has on the go. This allows the rider at the front, who has the ability and balance to ride but may get tremors or easily distracted and therefore ride off the trail. The rider at the back has greater control of the steering and gears, allowing the impaired rider to gain all the benefits of riding independently, with the safety of some assistance when needed. #outtherecycling prides itself on getting riders of all abilities out riding. Wait and see what the next bike looks like 😁(this bike is only a prototype and can be chopped and retested as needed) ... See more
Easy to forget what else is going on with Christmas and New Year upon us, but four weeks on Saturday we'll be teaming up with the team at Out There Cycling to bring you the Harlin Duathlon. Don't miss out on all the fun (and post holiday calorie busting opportunity!) https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=32684 ... See more
Morning Esk 🌞 hoping for showers today to fill the tank but still a beautiful day out on the #bvrt so get out and enjoy your day
When friends drop in to the work Christmas party #whodoesn’tlovepizza #birdsofaustralia
An inspiring short film, showing how councils and local communities are helping people with disabilities and those in wheelchairs, to access places that the rest of us just take for granted.
‘Taking Back the Waves,’ A new short film to showcase how creating an inclusive beach experience for people with disability is benefiting our Australian community. “We hope the impact of the film will be significant and will shine a spotlight on the importance of inclusive access to our beaches and coastline,” said Steven Pearce. The film was produced by Sydney-based creative agency, Taste Creative. ... See more
Our Toogoolawah State High School Duke of Ed students riding the Discover South Burnett Rail Trail. Enjoy the ride and the towns in between 👍🏼 🚲
Students taking to the Wondai Trails Today I was a tour guide for a fantastic group of young adults from Toogoolawah and Nanango High Schools. They are riding the rail trail from Kingaroy to Kilkivan, staying overnight in Wondai and then tonight in a Goomeri. Before heading off to Goomeri today they wanted to have a crack at the single trails. We rode the Rubarco - Giant loop a couple of times. Well done to all. Keep ridin...🤟👍🤟 ... See more
This morning’s ride took us past the Native gardens @ Lowood. They are looking spectacular and a great way to view plants that might work in your own yard. Keep cool today and remember to heed the fire restrictions 🔥✊🏼 ... See more