The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part Six – Meadows, Goolwa & Steam Power

Meadows – A small town in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. Best known for its historic buildings, craft shops, a winery and a must-visit bakery. Said bakery is very popular among the two-wheeled crowd. Nearby Kuitpo Forest measures 5,000 hectares / 12,355 acres and is a haven for bushwalking (aka hiking), cycling and equestrian […]

VIDEO: Australian Gravel – The 2017 New Year’s Day Gravel Ride

To mark the first day of 2017, JOM of the Gravel Cyclist crew joined the lads from the Gravier Cycle Club and The Sticky Bidon, for a short, fun and relaxing gravel ride through the Adelaide Hills in South Australia. The Gravier lads were ready for the ride, still wearing their clothes from a New Year’s […]

Gravelaide Ride: Mud, Washouts, Koalas, Jetlag, Climbing and 98% Gravel

Continuing from my previous posting to the website, I arrived in my original home town of Adelaide, South Australia on December 26. The main flight of the journey took some 14 1/2 hours – I am trying hard to forget about the total time from beginning to end… it always seems like a lifetime. However, […]