Keith Rowley

Greetings fellow cyclists! This site is run by a cyclist for cyclists. I have cycled in Britain, Europe and Australia in my time and so I'm getting a little slow now, but I still love to ride although not so far these days.

​I started my riding in Wales where my favorite ride was 100 miles circuit from Bangor around the Lleyn Peninsula. During those years I rode a Dawes Galaxy Tourer - a great bike that lasted me many,  many years.

As I was in the Merchant Navy for years I was blessed with long leave periods which I often used to go meandering around Britain and Europe. One day I left the house in Wales  in no particular direction and ended up in  Hameln  in Germany!​ i had a friend there in the army and his wife still has nightmares about me turning up in bright yellow shorts on a rainy day! So many happy years on the road, but sadly, no photos - I was never the 'selfie' type of guy!

After 20 years in South Africa, where I did not cycle at all for a host of reasons, I came to Australia and again took up my long-abandoned passion. I lost 20 kg in 3 months! I now have an Australian bike - an Allegro tourer. It's a nice bike but I still hanker for my Dawes, which is not available  here. ​

We now live in Beautiful Brisbane​; the motorists are generally very considerate, the roads good and the environment generally cyclist friendly - it's a great place to be!

We started this little business  because of my rediscovered passion for cycling, and also to make a few dollars. Over the months I'll see if i can get into 'Selfie mode' and post a  few photos ​or at least photos of our beautiful surroundings. I may even tell you what it was like to get back on a  bike after 20 years - and believe me, it's NOT TRUE that you never forget how to ride a bike!

We search long and hard for useful products for cyclists of all ages. and we sincerely hope that you enjoy what we offer.

Please feel free to write to us with questions, suggestions and comments - we'd love to hear from you. You can use the CONTACT form. Catch up soon,

Keith​