Where To Ride maps

.. an idea for a practical stocking stuffer, should you need it.

Incidental exercise is what works for me which is why I try to get around town on my bike. That said, the very first time I ever cycled on the road, I got hit by a car door. It did not belong to a parked car. I could reiterate points once made by an Alanis Morissette but think it’s more important to tell you about a handy new thing from Where to Ride. I have the Melbourne Cycling Map – it is made by cyclists for cyclists. Using the familiar and (in their words) iconic Melway Street Directory as published by Ausway – the water-resistant map has cycle paths and informal routes clearly marked so that as a non-lycra-clad cyclist, I can avoid the roads and cycle safely. I’ll be getting it as gifts for my cyclists friends at at $12.95 – a small price to pay for safety and convenience! Xx Cheryl

Cheryl

helmet  & gold necklace House of Baulch blazer Portmans dress American Retro beaded necklace & bracelets Beads for Wildlife ring Elke Kramer wedges Circa Vintage

Adding a tribal touch to the layers of black by way of statement gold necklace and a strand of colourful beads.

When I do need to ride on the road, I'm all about making sure I'm visible. I think that the House of Baulch crystal-studded helmet would do the trick.

Many thanks to Bicycling Australia for my copy of the Where to Ride Melbourne map and thank you to the wonderful and inspiring Kathryn House of Baulch for loan of the helmet, very special indeed.

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    1. Oh wow, check out that helmet! A little bit Kermit the Frog, a lot of Fabulousness… 🙂

      xx

    2. Stunning post! Lovely pics and post!!!

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