CANC3 finished! Thank you for your supportby Beck Pearse
We culminated our epic journey in Adelaide. We were road weary but energised by the amazing Walk Against Warming Event in Adelaide. Here's a pic from that day. More photos of the entire trip to be plugged in soon.
The CANC3 crew have all recovered from their journey and back home in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Timor and more.
A Big Warm Thank You from all of us to the amazing people we met. Hope we see you on a quiet road some day.
Cyclists deliver nuclear warning to Adelaideby Beck Pearse ( )
For immediate release 05.11.07
What can you do to stop the nuclear industry? Ride 4,500km from Rockhampton to Adelaide was the answer 5 intrepid cyclists came up with. The group, Cycle Against the Nuclear Cycle (CANC3) have been talking to communities over the last 4 months and will embark on the last leg of their epic journey on Monday 12 th November through the streets of Adelaide.
View the flyer for CANC's Adelaide Event (PDF, 294kb).
Mount Gambier: Cycling against the head windsby Beck Pearse
photo by Kelly Lewis (Border Watch)
Mount Gambier was tops once we got there.. head winds of hades pushed us down to a humble 8km/hr! But the friendly faces of Mount Gambier soon made up for that. A big thanks Sharon, our billet and Catherine, for hitting the streets with CANC3 info before our arrival.
Warrnambool 22nd Octoberby Beck Pearse
Below is the article Alex Johnson, reporter from the The Standard in Warrnambool ran on the campaign. Photo by Glen Watson.
Wheels in motion to reject a nuclear fuel cycle
Gee Geelong was greatby Beck Pearse
CANC3 is in Melbourne!by Beck Pearse
We were joined by 30 new CANC supporters on Sunday to converge upon Carlton Gardens picnic style. Lots of cake, talkin' and dancing was had at our retro garden party. Here's some pics. CANC will set off on Wednesday morning 10am from Melbourne for the final month of our journey. Don't forget it's not too late to get on your bike and ride with us!
Come to our Melbourne event!by Beck Pearse
Melbourne: Push Bikes Not Uraniumby Beck Pearse ( )
MEDIA RELEASE: Push Bikes Not Uranium
What's dirty, dangerous and retro in a bad way? Nuclear power, according to a group of intrepid cyclists. 3pm Sunday the 14th October Cycle Against the Nuclear Cycle (CANC3) will arrive in Melbourne. The group is on a 4,500km journey from Rockhampton, Qld to Adelaide this year to raise awareness about the nuclear industry in Australia. On the 14th they will be excorted by a convoy of Melbourne locals into Carlton Gardens for a bike Love-In.
Brgghby Beck Pearse
Leaving Cooma, we woke up twice to frost bitten bikes. Freezing but spectacular. (photos by Flint Duxfield, CANC weekend cyclist extraordinaire).
Cooma, a day off in the sunby Beck Pearse