You could be among the thousands photographed
pedalling furiously past Glendalough Station on
their way to Joondalup.
A Bicycle Transport Alliance photographer braved the traffic to get more than 1000 photos of individuals and groups of cyclists, brought to you by the BTA and the wonders of digital photography, thanks to those marvellous people at Nikon and the brilliant computer chip designers and manufacturers who worked out how to cram them all on to a memory card.
He then spent hours dividing them into 28 folders according to the time they rode past the station and a computer guru BTA member worked out how to load them all on to the web.
Click on the link below to the Google Photo Album to see the 28 folders of photos taken at Glendalough Station, each containing about 50 photos.
Then check each folder and click on the one listing the time you went past.
Click on the folder to open it and see if you have been immortalised in cycling history and check out some of the machines and getups riders had.