Bicycle Network: Skill Up
American universities give cars a fail
American university students are getting free bikes if they promise to leave their cars at home.
Bikes & Apartments
Apartment living is on the rise, but they are not always bike friendly
Bikes as play
If riding was more playful would you ride more?
Bikes meet architecture
Self guided tours of great buildings
Bikes out-tripped Amsterdam autos
New data indicates that bike trips now outnumber cars journeys in Amsterdam.
Bikes save us money, say employers
Dutch employers want more workers on bikes.
Car parking policies
Massive amounts of space is provided free by the community to subsidise the parking of cars that are only ever utilised for a few per cent of their lifetime. The result is poor civic amenity and economic inefficiency.
Castlemaine festival of the wheel
One fabulous spring weekend in country Victoria dedicated to the bike. October 25-26.
Census facts on riding
Riding is good for the brain
Chile catches bike bug
South America is moving to the bike as fuel process bite and concern over climate change rises.
Danish Dreams on Wheels
The brilliant exhibition of Danish cycling culture hits Melbourne, opening at the Federation Square Atrium on August 12. It is a must see.
Getting migrants riding
Bikes are a great way to discover a new culture but getting migrants on bikes can be difficult.
Developments from around the bike world
Logistics by bike
New systems are being developed to solve the city logistics problem. Parcel delivery by bike gaining ground.
Melbourne vs Sydney
More women ride in Melbourne
New York takes car free plunge
For three Saturdays last month New York City created a car-free ribbon down Manhattan, drawing tens of thousands of bike riders and pedestrians onto the streets.
On the ball with bikes
Bike skills can be a great way to gain confidence and mobility in a new and strange culture
Political hoopla cranks up
The 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver was unprecedented: a Black American won the nomination, and delegates cycled to caucus on 1000 free bikes.
Port Melbourne Bike Festival
Bay Street Port Melbourne will be closed for a day for the Port Melbourne Bikefest.
Do they really hate us? Recent research hints that tension on the roads has complex causes and there hope for improvement.
Riding as a senior
More people are riding into advanced age. What are the implications?
Strictly no lycra!
Tweed Rides are an emerging phenomenon where events are organised to undercut the perception that bike riding is only for racing athletes.
Transforming cities for bikes the Colville-Andersen way
Famous Copenhagen blogger insists any city can be Copenhagenized. He will be in Melbourne to show us how.
Valet parking options
All around the world bike valet parking is proving a sure way to get people to use the bike on a night (or day) out.