The art of balance.
Ben Monroe’s life on two wheels.
The NSW government has not introduced compulsory rider registration when it announced this week a raft of new laws affecting motorists and cyclists. The great news is that drivers will now have to leave a distance of 1 metre when travelling under 60km/h and 1.5 metres when over 60 km/h or face a fine of money and demerits. Cyclists will also have to step up by carrying photo ID at all times, as well as of course having a helmet. All avid cyclists would meet these measures already.
A few weeks back we had a strong brew and great little catch-up with professional bike shooter, passionate rider and cancer Council ambassador Marcus Enno, aka the irrepressible Beardy McBeard. We were half expecting something live to come flying out of his impressive facial fur but thankfully the real treasures came when we learned more about the man and his work.
Beardy, or Marcus (we still don’t know how best to address this legend) was busy getting ready for one of his many international masochist pursuits. Such a cyclist.
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