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Iron Horse Clothing is a new casual clothing company for cyclists based out of Freo. The group involved all race in triathlons, Iron Man or road races and wanted to create a brand to express their love of riding without the lycra. They’ve put together some fresh original designs, all made here in Australia from organic cotton. You can buy online from their website – www.ironhorseclothing.com.au The shirts are delivered to your door express (Australia wide) for $55.

Also “Like” them on facebook http://www.facebook.com/ironhorseclothing for access to exclusive offers and deals.

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Get involved in Dismantle

Published on 21 March 2011 by in Bike It

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Dismantle is gathering momentum and is getting set for a very busy year. They are seeking passionate, motivated and community minded individuals to join the Dismantle team.

Can you please forward the attached flyer to any relevant individuals, groups, student bodies or associations to assist with our recruitment.

http://dismantle.org.au/get-involved/

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Moving Beyond the Automobile: Biking from Streetfilms on Vimeo.

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More freo tweed video action…

Published on 13 December 2010 by in Bike It, Events

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This as another great video that has emerged from the Fremantle tweed run….I wonder how many more there are out there?



Big thanks to Johnny Ma for this one.

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I thought I would hijack this event for some Cyclefreo chat and and christmas drinks. So please come along for an event put on by The Fremantle Network where I will have a chance to talk a little about Bike Share and some of the things happening next year.

You’re invited to join us for a final TFN sundowner for 2010

5.30pm – 7.30pm Thursday 16 December at Kulcha

with guest speakers from 6pm:

Brodie McCulloch from Cycle Freo (http://www.cyclefreo.com/),
who will talk about his efforts to establish a bike share scheme in Fremantle

and

Adam Briggs, Branch Manager of the Fremantle Community Bank,
who will talk about the banks involvement in the community including its work with St Pats homeless services and FreoMens Shed.

Look forward to seeing you there and have a good christmas.

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Below is a great video and some candid remarks from Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt on bike share and the challenges it faces in Fremantle and Australia. Well worth watching.



Video was created by Mike Rubbo when he was in Perth a few weeks ago. You can see more of his videos and posts about cycling in Australia on his website www.situp-cycle.com

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Although this video is titled message to Melbourne it is definatly something we need to look at closely. The video is an interview with Andrew Montague who had a lot to do with setting up Dublin’s bike share scheme, Dublin Bikes.

The numbers of riders are the shocking part, great for Dublin but really make you think about our helmet laws and how they are stifling cycling as a every day form of transport in Australia.


Thank you to Michael Rubbo for creating it who blogs on Situp-Cycles.com about bike share (cycling) in Australia.

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Below is the winners and a great video of the Fremantle Tweed Run organised by Dismantle, they had over two hundred people dressed in tweed and riding on the day. Well done to everyone who was involved and lachy and bridie from dismantle for taking the initiative and organising such a great event. Lets see more like it!

‘fremantle loves bikes’ from Linda Blagg on Vimeo.








The rest of the winners can be found at the Dismantle.org.au website

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