The Captain was the first messenger that I met in Sydney. He has been shuffling peoples packages and other miscellaneous stuff around the mean streets of Sydney since '97. A wise and wary veteran of the messenger community, and a Surly 1x1...Read More
I met Richard in the Sydney CBD as he was heading out on his commute home after a day of being a "software developer". I'm thinking thats some kind of computer type thing. He was riding his Kris Holm unicyle. I know...Read More
Andy was chosen for one simple reason, favoritism. You see, when Andy isn't at his full time job as a Theatre Orderly (that is the surgical theatre, like an operating room, not an acting theatre like a stage-hand or usher.), he is teaching...Read More
Once again, another busker here in Sydney. I know it's all about 2 wheels, but Jayme uses two different unicycles, so thats two wheels, right? His act is very impressive. He rides his first unicycle cross-legged(as seen above, if you...Read More
Wow! Thats all I can say. Dan is a busker. Busker is an Ausiie term for a street performer. Buskers are a huge part of the tourism industry, entertaining tourists for a few bits dropped into the hat. "Bike Boy", as Dan is also known, is...Read More
I bumped into Anna and Grahm as we stopped for coffee on our route north along the coast from Melbourne to Sydney. Anna and Grahm are a daughter-father team from Kiama, New South Wales. They like to ride as often as possible, but most commonly on...Read More
Tony and his wife are the owners of the B and B I stayed at in Dunalley, on my way north from Port Arthur, Tasmania. Tony and Kathy are avid cyclists and have toured New Zealand, Europe, and Indonesia over the years. As I was preparing a route to...Read More
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