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  1. The Cyclist Pitstop @ Moore House Academy in Lanseria is smack in the middle of the one of the busiest ride areas in Gauteng, conveniently located between Northern Farm and The Cradle. The Pitstop opens at 06:00am Saturdays and Sundays. Weekdays on request. The Cyclist Pitstop offers safe and secure parking while you ride. Great coffee and muffins are on sale as well as other refreshments. A scrumptious sit-down bacon breakfast is available on request (booking essential). Cost Park & Ride only R20per person Park & Ride, 1 coffee, 1 muffin R50per person Park & Ride & scrumptious breakfast R120per person Come and enjoy some time with us knowing that your car and bicycles are safe behind an electronic gate, with armed response. We have sensor on the property with a permanent person who patrols the property to ensure safety. You welcome to call me on 082 217 9702 Location: 3 Middle Rd, Lanseria (see link below) https://www.google.c...293!4d27.927976
  2. Good morning all, Did anyone here cycle between PE and Grahamstown? Any safe back roads? If anyone can assist with a GPX file. Thanks
  3. Hi, If this is not appropriate here, do tell me and I will delete the post. I am mostly a commuter (I do about 6000 kms a year), I was a bit worried about cycling at night. Which is when I realized that utilizing the backpack, which is the most visible part of a commuter cyclist, to improve safety is such a natural idea! Over 6 moths, I started building this backpack and several prototypes later, I think we got it right! Presenting to you - Aster, the safest commute backpack in the world! Do check it out at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/1656733 . I took inspiration from cars and motorcycles and built in a turn indicator, automatic brake lights, rear lights visible from 250M/800ft, static profile lights and door-me-not front lights. The indicators are controlled by a handlebar unit via Bluetooth and the backpack can be configured through an app. Of course, as a cyclist, it gave me an opportunity to rethink the backpack from a cyclist point of view too! For example, an "Emergency contact info" slot is just basic and should have been there in every cycling backpack! Also, I decided to put in reflectors that were visible from multiple angles! I finally launched the backpack on Indiegogo. I would love to hear feedback from the community. This is still a work in progress, of course, so would love to hear any ideas on how else we can improve safety through this! Thanks Gandharv
  4. Hey guys, I know there aren't too many places left to do this, but where can one ride alone SAFE in and around Cape Town area?
  5. I will soon need to commute, I want to know if commuting through the R59 is safe. The area of the R59 i'm planning to commute is not close to Joburg therefore traffic is not that harsh. If the police see me on a road bike on the freeway will they stop me? Will i just be told to get off the highway or any severe punishments? The reason i have the need to commute through the R59 is that it is the fastest and most direct route to my destination. From a documentary i heard Chris Froome traveled through some highways in his teen days. Thanks in advance for help and your answers are appreciated Miguel
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