Mark Dennis (The Age Letters 18-03-10) complains that he can't ride the same route each day whilst there is an event on at the Exhibition Buildings.
As cyclists (of which I am one) insist, we should all take the courtesy to share our roads (and other tracks) with all. As motorists have to re-route to avoid Albert Park Lake each March, so should cyclist expect that at times (especially at the Exhibition Buildings of all places) we may face the odd inconvenience. Mr Dennis, on two wheels, should be grateful that his inconvenience should allow him to get more exercise and see more of our beautiful city, rather than the gridlock encountered by motorists when faced with similar obstructions.
NOTE: It appears they won't publish you two days in a row. Bastards!