The Australian Summer of Gravel: These videos come to you from the cameras of JOM of Gravel Cyclist, visiting his Aussie homeland during late December 2019, into January 2020. The Southern Hemisphere sees the seasons effectively reversed from the North; cars and bicycles travel on the other side of the road, whilst vehicles are Right Hand Drive.
In this video, JOM takes a tough route out of Adelaide, South Australia by way of Anstey Hill, then through the areas of Houghton, Paracombe, Chain of Ponds, and an area greatly affected by recent bushfires, Cudlee Creek. There’s a ton of climbing, much of it steep.
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3 comments on “The Australian Summer of Gravel: Gravel Cycling Through the Adelaide Hills – Koalas & More”
Some great footage. I’m an Adelaide local and noticed some gravel roads i hadn’t seen before. Are you abloe to post a link to the route you took?
Thanks, JOM. Love the post. I donated to Wildlife Warriors – goes to the zoo owned by the late Steve Irwin’s family. The hospital there has treated over 90,000 injured animals so far. Keeping Australia in mind and heart. Gravel on…@zariphoto
Thank you Marcee!
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