Sunday, January 17, 2010

Cycling Coastal Towns

How's this for a sunrise?
Taken at 4:45am this morning, just as i was about to start riding along the Coast.
The famous road is David Low Way, it links some major Coastal towns form Maroochydore to Noosa.

Many cyclists frequent this road everyday.
The roads are smooth, the cyclist lanes are wide,ranging from 2 ft to 5 ft wide!
The terrain is undulating hills,and it can be windy at times due to the coastal winds.


Eeeeek! quite often i scare myself to shits when i go out cycling.
I have witnessed many dead frogs, squirrels, rats and monitor lizards that get run over by vehicles.
And i have been stung by bees 3 times and attacked by the nesting magpies during their breeding seasons.
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1 comment:

Melv said...

Wow, so many perils. Ride carefully.