I've been quite anxious leading up to today's Rapha #Womens100 challenge. Thinking that it would be a fast paced pelaton race format. No stops. Lycra. Eating on the bike. I went and bought whole heap of gear to make me feel comfortable (refer to clothing section for more details).Then spent the rest of the week googling ways to pee, change, layer, take off jacket while riding, eating while riding.
When all it took was a 15 minutes conversation with the ladies in the riding group.
Route details: http://www.strava.com/routes/2760039
Difficulty: 3 major ascents and 3 descents. Some roads are tight through and prone to car rage.
Facilities: Public toilets at the end inside the National Park. Toilet at Waterfall train station. Otherwise bush. No water refill stations.
Temperature: 5 degrees C - 15 degrees C
Clothing: Full fingered gloves, merino long sleeve, short sleeve jersey, Live Giant bib shorts, knee warmers, Rapha wind breaker, Rapha cap. No undies. No panty liners
The Merino was defintely helpful during the descents in the National Park. I did take off the Merino on the climbs.
Yet another beautiful abandoned building in Sydney the Griffiths Tea building in Surry Hills.
Long since been neglected. Please Mr. & Mrs. Wakil let us revive this beauty.
Beautiful creative workspace to curate Sydney's creative minds..
I've done the DA research. Let's talk.
Building History can be found on the the pastlives website.