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Help.. Rear derailleur wrong position?
6 June 2018 | 6:56 pm

Cross-country cyclists visit Rocky River
30 May 2018 | 3:55 pm

Hours for Memorial Day Weekend 2018
21 May 2018 | 8:32 pm

Towpath Trail construction update
17 May 2018 | 4:37 pm

Old Traffic Bridge or Stirling Highway Bridge into Fremantle?
16 May 2018 | 4:01 pm
  If the report in the Fremantle Gazette, Fremantle Mayor deflates push for bikes to use alternate route when commuter cycling path reaches port city is anything to go by it seems Main Roads is up to old tricks again, doing its damnedest to undermine any form of transport other than by motor vehicle. It seems […] The post Old Traffic Br...

Brake constantly touching on one side
10 May 2018 | 9:02 am

CVNP Mountain Bike Trails Update
3 May 2018 | 7:02 pm

ATM Camera Shack Owner Review
28 April 2018 | 4:01 pm
Is the ATM Camera Shack with magnetic catch just the bees knees for carrying a Micro Four-Thirds or mirrorless or DSLR camera on your bike? Well it might be. So far so good for me with my bikepacking Salsa Mukluk and my currently preferred bikepacking camera kit, an Olympus E-M5 Mark II with a Olympus […] The post ATM Camera Shack Owner Revie...

Bike fit
21 April 2018 | 4:01 pm

Cycling in Australia only receives 1% of total road funding according to new research
15 April 2018 | 4:01 pm
Anthony Kimpton, Dorina Pojani, Jonathan Corcoran, and Neil Sipe have reported in The Feed (SBS Australia) that new research has found that cycling and walking receive a tiny fraction of overall transport infrastructure funding in Australia. Researchers believe this is “unacceptable in a wealthy OECD country”. They go on to suggest that...

Cottesloe’s roundabouts are a nightmare for cyclists
14 April 2018 | 4:01 pm
  The post Cottesloe’s roundabouts are a nightmare for cyclists appeared first on Aushiker.

Fremantle PSP – Grant Street to North Fremantle to be completed by end of 2018
14 April 2018 | 2:34 am
  Good news being reported by the Post Newspaper on the completion of the next leg of the Perth to Fremantle Principal Shared Path (PSP).  The paper is reporting that the link will be completed by the end of 2018. If this is true this is excellent news, however the elephant in the room remains, […] The post Fremantle PSP – Grant...

Mind the gap @ Tydeman Road, Fremantle
25 March 2018 | 4:01 pm
  The resolving of the problem of crossing the Tydeman Road, Fremantle is growing momentum with councilors at the City of Fremantle advocating for resolving of the issue. Regretfully attempts to engage with the State MP, Ms Simone McGurk are effectively falling on deaf ears with Ms McGurk basically showing no interest in the issue […] Th...

here we go!
21 March 2018 | 4:02 pm

Hello world!
21 March 2018 | 4:00 pm
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How Do You Edit and Produce an Audio Drama Podcast?
14 March 2018 | 11:27 am
Audio Drama is one of the most complex types of podcast you can create. From planning to publishing, the entire process dwarfs that of a conversational podcast. For this reason, serialised Audio Dramas are a lot less sustainable than other types of podcast. Few (if any) Audio Dramas run on an ongoing weekly episode schedule. […]...

Tools & Tactics for Making a Highly-Produced Podcast | Podcraft 908
8 March 2018 | 8:19 am
In the final episode of our season on creating Highly-Produced Podcasts, we look at some of the tools and tactics to make your workflow as smooth as possible. [powerpress] Tools for Planning Evernote Trello Notion Tools for Scripting Scrivener Celtx Trint – Automated transcriptions (cheaper) Rev – Human transcriptions (more accurate) To...

Should I Start Multiple Podcasts?
5 March 2018 | 8:53 am
Most aspiring podcasters don’t just come up with one single idea for a podcast series. It’s a creative medium after all. Audio has limitless possibilities, and here’s also no gatekeepers to tell you what you can and can’t put out there. So, instead of just running one podcast, why not two or three? Many podcasters […]...

Audiobooks, Patreon & Sponsorship to Monetise a Creative Podcast
27 February 2018 | 12:50 pm
In this episode I’m talking to Joanna Penn of ‘The Creative Penn Podcast‘ about monetisation methods for podcasting. Joanna runs one of the UK’s longest lasting shows, alongside her hugely successful ‘self publishing’ website: The Creative Penn. [powerpress] Early on she made the decision that the show had to pa...

How to Monitor Your Sound When Recording & Editing a Podcast
27 February 2018 | 7:48 am
Speakers and Headphones and Monitors (Oh my!) Monitors are probably the most important audio device in our pursuit of professional sound and audio clarity. To be effective when mixing, studio recording technicians, engineers, sound designers and producers need to be able to hear the sound represented as accurately as possible. Only then can they cr...

Adobe Audition CC Review | Top Podcast Production Processes
26 February 2018 | 8:37 am
There are many different programs out there for recording and editing audio. Adobe Audition Creative Cloud is one of them, and it’s considered a “premium” option for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it’s an immensely powerful, intuitive, and flexible DAW (“DAW” stands for “Digital Audio Workstation”, by...

23 February 2018 | 3:42 pm

Wheel compatibility
21 February 2018 | 9:34 pm

Is Cable Crossing a Bad Thing in Audio Recording?
14 February 2018 | 6:20 am
[sc name=”Boudreau”] Is Cable Crossing a Bad Thing? On the Care and Feeding of Cables: Don’t Cross the Streams. When beginning in audio, you’re often told that cable crossing is a bad thing, and to avoid crossing power cables with audio cables. So let’s dispel some myths and talk about best practices to keep those […]...

Creating a Promo Trailer for Your Podcast
12 February 2018 | 8:00 am
It’s a good idea to create a short promo trailer for your podcast, for a couple of reasons. Firstly, you can embed it on the front page of your website. That way, everyone who lands on your site can get an immediate taster of your content without the need to jump through any hoops. Secondly, […]...

1 February 2018 | 4:01 pm
Mainroads Western Australia has advised that a detour will be in place on the Fremantle Principal Shared Path [PSP] due to the demolition and replacement of the Ashton Avenue Bridge in Claremont. The bridge will be closed from February 1, 2018. The demolition of the old bridge is scheduled to occur on the weekend starting February […] The po...

Q&A: Dealing with disc brake rubbing and bent rotors
2 January 2018 | 6:39 pm
A couple of questions about common disc brake issues came in recently. With discs on so many different bicycle types today, it's a good topic to kick off 2018. Happy New Year!Q: "My gravel grinder road bike has a dragging disc brake. I don't really feel it when riding. But, if I pick up the bicycle and spin the wheel, it's obvious the pads are...

Calls to Complete the Swanbourne to North Fremantle PSP
17 December 2017 | 4:01 pm
The Fremantle Gazette has discovered cycling it seems late in 2017 with a series of articles on the topic. A great thing really as the more talking about cycling will hopefully lead to more people riding bicycles.  Anyway moving on to the article it is good to see the councillors from Claremont, Mosman Park, Cottesloe, […] The post Calls to...

Mindarie-Burns Beach Dual Use Path Announced
16 December 2017 | 4:04 pm
The Honourable Rita Saffioti, Minister for Transport, Planning and Lands in the Western Australian State Government has released a media statement [December 14, 2017) announcing the construction of a 4.9 kilometre dual-use path through the Tamala Conservation Park connecting the coastal settlements of Mindarie with Burns Beach. According to the Min...

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