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Rides & Articles

7 News Tasmania come to visit

We were lucky enough to have a visit from 7 News Tasmania who came and did a story about Breathe Velo and our superfine merino cycling kit. Jessica spent some time with us at the factory in Spreyton talking about our ethical production of the cycling kit and how we support fair paying jobs locally in Tasmania. We headed up to Devonport to film some cycling and enjoyed a magic warm afternoon on the coast. Check out our moment in the sun below. Channel 7 News Tasmania Merino Cycling Kit

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Cure Brain Cancer Foundation

On the 15th June at 11:11am, the world lost an adoring father, loving husband, beautiful son, faithful friend, dedicated teacher, inspirational leader and a legend of a man. A man who never learned the meaning of the word ‘quit’, who gave his all to everything that he did with a level of passion and commitment uniquely his own. He left this world with no enemies and more admirers and friends than any of us could ever hope for. Rest in Peace Ian Thomas Boyle, you were truly one of a kind, the greatest father and husband, now at peace in…

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Gravel Rash Treatment

Gravel Rash is a term that was obviously coined prior to roads having a paved surface and the advent of paved sealed roads led to the term road rash coming into common usage. It does not matter what you call it, it hurts like mad. Many of us remember those early days of learning to ride a bike or skateboard and taking off the obligatory layers of skin that seemed to come with the territory of mastering a new wheeled transportation device. My how quickly those injuries healed in hindsight!! FIRST RESPONSE When one of your road cycling mates hits…

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Cycling Tasmania’s Ben Lomond

If you are looking to combine a European style alpine switchback cycling experience with a magnificent gravel road riding then the Ben Lomond ascent is a ride for you. Rated on Climbbybike.com as the 9th hardest climb in Australia the magnificent dolerite columns of grey imposing rock create a magnificent backdrop whilst you grind away the steep ascent. We begin the 110km return ride at the Ingleside Bakery Café in the beautiful historic town of Evandale. The café offers a magnificent alfresco dining experience and a great coffee at the gentlemen’s hour of 8.30am. After your late breakfast café one…

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