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- Counting bikes to engineer a better world - Coolmelbourne.org, 3 March 2012.
- Off yer bike: Brimbank's sorry tale - Brimbank Weekly, 6 March 2012.
- Mt Martha music festival promotes road safety - Frankston Standard Leader, 6 March, 2012.
- Lash out on Bentleigh bike lanes - Caulfield Glen Eira Leader, 6 March, 2012.
- Women riders lead the way in Melbourne - ABC Online, 7 March 2012.
- More commute through morning ruch - Herald Sun, 7 March 2012.
- Pedal power in Pascoe Vale - Moreland Leader, 7 March 2012.
- Out of cyclist dooring tragedy comes hope - Peninsula Weekly, 7 March 2012.
- Cyclists saddle up for epic ride - ABC News Online, 9 March 2012.
- Pedals fly as Bayswater students Ride2School - Knox Leader, 11 March, 2012.
- Record Peaks - Kiewa Valley Observer, 14 March 2012.
- Ride to school and stay active - Bendigo Weekly, 15 March 2012.
- Kids step up with pedal power in Moonee Valley, - Moonee Valley Leader, 14 March 2012.
- Picture of a femail cyclist on St Kilda road with baby attached causes outrage - News.com, 16 March 2012.
- Cyclists and drivers on a collision course - Peninsula Weekly, 16 March 2012.
- Students off to a rolling start - Bayside Bulletin, 19 March 2012.
- Swanston Street works to block cycling artery - but is the pain worth the gain? - The Age, 3 Februray 2012.
- Video insurance coming to a helmet near you - Sydney Morning Herald, 5 February 2012.
- On yer bike: minister suggests drivers get a taste of life in the cycle lane - The Age, 7 February 2012.
- Peak hours' deadly squeeze for cyclists - Maribyrnong Weekly, 8 February, 2012.
- Fatal February looms as another cyclist killed - The Age, 11 February 2012.
- Earphones a hazard for cyclists, Brimbank Weekly, 21 February, 2012.
- Cyclists nabbed in roads sting, Melbourne Weekly Port Phillip, 27 Feb, 2012.
- Channel Ten's, The Project, Car Dooring feature
- Campaign opens door on cyclists’ safety - Melbourne Weekly, Bayside, 16 January 2012
- Furious Warne clashes with cyclist - News.com, 18 January, 2012.
- Run-in has Warne peddling cyclist registration - ABC News, 18 January, 2012.
- Shane Warne blasts reckless riders on Twitter - Perth Now, January 18, 2012.
- Danish bike lanes for Epping - Northern Weekly, 23 January 2012.
- Maribyrnong Council drops off the peleton in spending, Maribyrnong Weekly, 25 January.
- Westgate Ferry attracts 5,000 in little more than 3 months - Premiers Office, 31 January 2012.
- Temporary road closures for the RACV Great Victorian Bike Ride - Castlemaine Independent, 1 December 2011
- The great (but easy for some) bike test - The Age, 2 December 2011
- Flood for the economy - Riverine Herald, 2 December 2011
- The highs and lows of the ride - Riverine Herald, 2 December 2011
- GVBR plans bike tour of Gippsland - Riverine Herald, 2 December 2011
- Bicycle Victoria signs off on Echuca camp site - Riverine Herald, 2 December 2011
- Join the Great Vic Ride with Ed - Weekly Times Now, 2 December 2011
- Riders roll into Wedderburn today - Weekly Times Now, 2 December 2011
- Elise takes big ride in her stride - Bendigo Advertiser, 3 December 2011
- Cyclists cruise into Wedderburn - Bendigo Advertiser, 3 December 2011
- Golden opportunity for Dunolly - Weekly Times Now, 3 December 2011
- Bike ride draws to a close - Weekly Times Now, 3 December 2011
- Cyclists to arrive in city - The Maryborough District Advertiser, 4 December 2011
- Pedalling the Great Victorian Bike Ride 2011 - ABC Online, 5 December 2011
- Great Vic bike ride done and dusted - Bendigo Advertiser, 5 December 2011
- Big Hill students leading a health kick - Bendigo Advertiser, 5 December 2011
- Ride on its way - Latrobe Valley Express, 5 December 2011
- Call for more sepnding on Bayside bike lanes - Bayside Leader, 5 December 2011
- Port Phillip road users open to change - Port Phillip Leader, 6 December 2011
- Crank up bike spend call - Waverly Leader, 6 December 2011
- Great ride to start at Lakes - EastVic Media, 7 December 2011
- Cyclists ride in - The Maryborough District Advertiser, 7 December 2011
- Bike pressure on the rise in Laverton - Wyndham Leader, 8 December 2011
- Hitching a ride - Weekly Times Now, 8 December 2011
- Foot's on the pedal in Maroondah - Maroondah Leader, 8 December 2011
- The Wheel Deal - Sunbury Leader, 9 December 2011
- Northcote shared path rides into trouble - Northcote Leader, 15 Decemeber 2011
- Great Victorian Bike boost welcomed in towns - Bendigo Advertiser, 15 December 2011
- Cyclists rail against new Northcote tram stop - The Age, 19 December 2011
- Bike trail plans approved - now for the funding cycle to get into gear - Banyule and Nillumbik Weekly, 20 December 2011
- Drivers urged to switch hands to save cyclists - The Age, 22 December 2011
- Fire cheif another victim of 'dooring' - The Age, 30 December 2011
- West Gate Punt returns appeal - Maribyrnong Weekly , 2 November 2011
- Diamond Valley cycle count is on - Diamond Valley Leader , 4 November 2011
- Juniors embrace strike team method - CFA Connect, 6 November 2011
- Bikers to test sharing bus lane - The Age, 7 November 2011
- Bike advocate pleads for more paths - Melton Weekly, 8 November 2011
- Bike plan on track - Stonnington Leader, 8 November 2011
- Veteran Yallambie rider hooked - Diamond Valley Leader, 9 November 2011
- Great Victorian Adventure - Latrobe Valley Express, 10 November 2011
- Coroner urges radical rethink of bike lanes to save vulnerable cyclists - new.com.au, 11 November 2011
- Ball's in Geoff's court in mega ride - Heidelberg Leader, 12 November 2011
- Taylors Lake rider rises to the challenge - Brimbank Leader, 16 November 2011
- On your bike, Wodonga - The Border Mail, 17 November 2011
- Wyndham pedals ahead - Wyndham Leader, 17 November 2011
- Surf Coast leads way on bicycle safety spending - The Age. 17 November 2011
- Sydney is Australia's friendliest bike city - Courier Mail. 17 November 2011
- Sydney City Bicycle lanes are paved with gold - The Daily Telegraph, 18 November 2011
- City backpedals on bike spending - news.com.au, 18 November 2011
- Cities vie for bike-friendly status - Tasmanian Examiner, 18 November 2011
- Victoria pedals to lead on Ride to Work Day - The Age, 18 November 2011
- Reprt rates Ballarat's cycling - The Courier, 19 November 2011
- Latrobe leads bike commitment - Latrobe Valley Express, 21 November 2011
- Dromana students saddle up for long ride - Mornington Peninsula Leader, 21 November 2011
- The wheel deal - Sunbury Leader, 22 November 2011
- Melton bike spending on right track - Melton Weekly, 22 November 2011
- Brimbank Council on wrong path, say cyclists - Brimbank Leader, 22 November 2011
- Bike spending a surprise to Wyndham cyclist - Wyndham Weekly, 23 November 2011
- Newport family is off for the ride of their lives - Hobson's Bay Leader, 25 November 2011
- Track improvement but Darebin cyclists want more - Northcote Leader, 25 November 2011
- Cyclists to hit region on Tuesday - Riverine Herald, 25 November 2011
- Wheels fall off bike spend - Riverine Herald, 25 November 2011
- Reflecting on Tragedy - The Age, 26 November 2011
- Cylist's death a catalyst for change - The Age, 26 November 2011
- Bike ride a regional winner - Bendigo Advertiser, 26 November 2011
- Jimmy set to go the distance - Bendigo Advertiser, 26 November 2011
- Regional ride a winner - Bendigo Advertiser, 26 November 2011
- Wheelers Hill rider in good company - Waverly Leader, 28 November 2011
- Cash flows from Great Vic Bike Ride - Weekly Times Now, 28 November 2011
- Bicycle funding in Moonee Valley 'on right track' - Monnee Valley Weekly. 29 November 2011
- Cyclists head for Echuca - Bendigo Advertiser, 29 November 2011
- Mordialloc's bicycle band of brothers - Mordialloc Chelsea Leader, 29 November 2011
- Cyclists set to converge on city - The Maryborough District Advertiser, 29 November 2011
- Cash to put bikes on path - Moonee Valley Leader, 29 November 2011
- Riders brave the elements - Bendigo Advertiser, 30 November 2011
- Hit tail wind blows cyclists into town - Riverine Herald, 30 November 2011
- Great Victorian Bike Ride on the way - Latrobe Valley Express, 30 November 2011
- An impel from Cadel to cycle the bay - Melton Leader, 1 October 2011
- Locked out - Williamstown, Altona, Laverton Star, 4 October 2011
- Montmorency dad's healthy life cycle - Diamond Valley Leader, 4 October 2011
- Moonee Valley's little reward for cyclists - Moonee Valley Weekly, 4 October 2011
- Saddle up for Work - Berwick Gazette, 5 October 2011
- Call for speed limit on bikes in North Fitzroy park - Melbourne Leader, 5 October 2011
- Ferrari leads ride to work day - Melbourne Leader, 5 October 2011
- Swap car for bike - Newcastle Star, 6 October 2011
- Next Wednesday is Ride to Work Day - Castlemaine Independent, 6 October 2011
- On your bike - for Ride To Work day 2011 - ABC Online, 6 October 2011
- Call for ghost bikes to be left alone-The Age, 6 October 2011
- Maribyrnong rider up to the challenge - Maribyrnong Leader, 6 October 2011
- Bike beats the bills - Cranbourne News, 6 October 2011
- Cycle Safe in October - Moorabbin Leader, 6 October 2011
- Very productive work cycle - North Shore Times, 6 October 2011
- Push for peace as rage rises between drivers, cyclists- The Age, 7th October 2011
- Biking just part of the cycle of life for Cadel's mum - The Age, 7 October 2011
- True cycle ambassadors - The Coff Coast Advocate, 8 October 2011
- 3 Peaks Challenge 2012: Short and not-so-sweet with only 5 months to go... - Adelaide Cyclists, 8 October 2011
- Leonay woman ready for Ride to Work Day - Penrith Press, 9 October 2011
- Hawthorn resident finds wheely fun way to work - Pregree Leader, 9 October 2011
- Bacchus Marsh student is an inspiration on wheels - Melton Leader, 9 October 2011
- Cycling works for Craigieburn's Tim - Hume Leader, 9 October 2011
- Rentals up, but bike scheme a work in progress- The Age, 9 October 2011
- Truck scare for cyclist - Lilydale & Yarra Leader, 12 October 2011
- Take a ride to work on October 12th - Hills Shire Times, 10 October 2011
- Cycling the wheel deal ahead of Ride to Work Day - Preston Leader, 10 October 2011
- Toorak's Andrew Aston pedalling for the Smith Family - Stonnington Leader, 10 October 2011
- Time to dust off bike - Bendigo Advertiser, 10 October 2011
- Spike in cyclist crashes prompts police presence - Port Phillip Leader, 10 October 2011
- South Turramurra local pushing a good case for riding to work - Hornsby Advocate, 10 October 2011
- Toyota team aim to defend bay ride title - Hobsons Bay Leader, 10 October 2011
- Gears to grind in Ballarat for Ride to Work Day - The Courier, 10 October 2011
- My Voice: Margaret Birtley - Melbourne Times Weekly, 10 October 2011
- Going full cycle after tour of France - Hobsons Bay Leader, 12 October 2011
- Commute becomes a bicycle jam in biggest-ever Ride to Work- The Age, 12 October 2011
- Thousands Ride to Work today - City Messenger, 12 October 2011
- Ride to Work Day 2011 - ABC Online, 12 October 2011
- Confession: I'm one of those [expletive] cyclists - ABC Online, 12 October 2011
- Pedal Power way to go - Know Leader, 12 October 2011
- Cycling an easy choice for Aspendale physio - Mordialloc Chelsea Leader, 12 October 2011
- Peddling the cyclist's cause - ABC Online, 12 October 2011
- Melbourne company pedals for charity - Melbourne Leader, 12 October
- Ride to work & stay healthy - Collac Herald, 12 October 2011
- Your ride to work day - My Sunshine Coast, 12 October 2011
- Just wait for Cadel effect to kick in - WA Today, 12 October 2011
- Cyclists take over for 'ride to work' day - ABC Online, 12 October 2011
- Ride to Work Day Declared a “Huge Success” - Pro Bono Australia, 12 October 2011
- Staff and students pedal for sustainability- University of Queensland, 12 October 2011
- Research calls for government funding to boost NSW cycling - Campus Daily Australia, 12th October 2011
- Wyndham easy riders do their best - Wyndham Leader, 13 October 2011
- Saddling up for work - Bendigo Advertiser, 13 October 2011
- Sentimental journey leads Tecoma cyclist to Bay event - Free Press Leader, 13 October 2011
- The power of one times two - The Sydney Morning Herals, 14 October 2011
- Call for trials to test safety of city cycling without helmets- The Age, 14 October 2011
- Pymble bank executives liking their lycra - North Shore Times, 17 October 2011
- No-stop order in limbo - Bayside Leader, 19 October 2011
- Taking a stretch - St Albans, Deer Park, Caroline Springs Star, 19 October 2011
- Mayors hot on Kingston's trail - Mordialloc Chelsea Leader, 20 October 2011
- Top Team - Williamstown, Altona, Laverton Star, 20 October 2011
- Injured cyclist sues crash driver - The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 October 2011
- Regional towns gear up for ride - Bendigo Advertiser, 27 October 2011
- New guide for building bicycle and shared pathways - Premier of Victoria, 2 September 2011
- Where is the evidence for the safety benefits of high visibility clothing? - Safety at Work Blog, 4 September 2011
- Cycling to work lays path to retirement riches - The Canbera Times, 4 September 2011
- 3 Peaks Challenge 2012: Thank you for joining the Ride! Your Rider Number is 966951... - Adelaide Cyclists, 5 September 2011
- Cyclists counting on Super Tuesday - Daily Mercury, 7 September 2011
- Spring had sprung for cycling - Parramattta Advertiser, 14 September 2011
- Malvern volunteers hops on for Great Victorian Bike Ride - Stonnington Leader, 16 September 2011
- Students in top gear at Roxburgh Rise school - Hume Leader,19 September 2011
- Caulfield North residents enjoy the work cycle - Caulfield Glen Eira Leader, 23 September 2011
- Broadcast yourself with the ABC - ABC Environment, 26 September 2011
- See & Do: What's on around town - Melbourne Weekly Bayside, 26 September 2011
- Bike Cultures – Celebrating riding in Melbourne - City of Melbourne, 28 September 2011
- Around the Bay - Ride Cycling Review, 28 September 2011
- Bike office gets bespoke design - Brisbane Times, 28 September 2011
- Ascot Vale resident pedals to show mettle - Moonee Valley Leader, 29 September 2011
- Pedal power in hand - Sunbury Leader, 29 September 2011
- Leigh's back in the saddle for kids - Wyndham Weekly, 31 August 2011
- Cyclists on path to millions in savings - news.com.au, 30 August 2011
- Second cyclist hit by truck - The Age, 30 August 2011
- Hughesdale woman pedalling for charity - Waverly Leader, 29 August 2011
- Call to make bright vests compulsory for all cyclists slammed - news.com.au, 28 August 2011
- North Fitzroy students rewarded for pedal power - Melbourne Leader, 25 August 2011
- Peddling cycling in Maribyrnong - Maribyrnong Leader, 23 August 2011
- Council wants all cyclists to wear high-visibility clothing - Northcote Leader, 23 August 2011
- Ride to Work Day 2011 - RiotACT, 22 August 2011
- Dog fence proposed for Fitzroy North's Edinburgh Gardens - Melbourne Leader, 20 August 2011
- Kids' healthy ride to school - Pakenham News, 18 August 2011
- Bid to boost cycling in Victoria fails - The Daily Telegraph, 17 August 2011
- Bicycle Network Victoria denied DGR status - Third Sector, 16 August 2011
- It's time for Tour de France winner Cadel Evans' tour de force as Melbourne braces for hero's homecoming - The Daily Telegraph, 12 August 2011
- Cadel triumph should shift focus to bicycle safety - Brisbane Times, 12 August 2011
- New bike racks at Prahran station - Stonington Leader, 10 August 2011
- The Ultimate Motivation - Cosmopolitan
- Your Say: Connection's turn letdown for lobby - Lilydale & Yarra Leader, 9 August 2011
- Free bikes for Merri Creek Students - Liberal Victoria, 8 August 2011
- Safer bike riding in Clifton Hill - VicRoads, 5 August 2011
- Truck ban call after bike death - Mordialloc Chelsea Leader, 4 August 2011
- Where there's a wheel there's a way to save money - The Age, 1 August 2011
- 24 top tips for inner-city bike buying + riding - Sarah Wilson, 29 July 2011
- School push for help on bike shed - Hume Leader, 29 July 2011
- Wheelers Hillers married to cycling - Waverly Leader, 28 July 2011
- West Primary School given bikes and helmets in Ride2School program - Mildura Independent, 27 July 2011
- Taylor-made for the big ride - Pakenham Gazette, 13 July 2011
- Great time on your bike - Pakenham Gazette, 13 July 2011
- On your bike Geoff - Wallan, Killmore, Broadford Star, 12 July 201
- Big ride ahead - Hobsons Bay Leader, 10 July 2011
- Toorak family hits the road - Stonnington Leader, 9 July 2011
- Cycler Wally is looking sharp - Cranbourne News, 7 July, 2011
- Cranbourne bike ride veteran setting off again - Cranbourne Leader, 6 July, 2011
- Rob riding high - Sunshine, Ardeer, Albion Star, 5 July, 2011
- Smith takes it all on ride - Pakenham News, 30 June, 2011
- Ready for the ride - Footscray, Yarraville, Braybrook Star, 28 June, 2011
- Caroline gears up for bike challenge - Macedon Ranges Telegraph, 28 June, 2011
- Back for a spin at Kalinda Primary - Maroondah Journal, 28 June, 2011
- Riders in the storm - The Age, 5 December 2010: The Great Victorian Bike Ride ends today. A filthy, drenched and exhausted Louise Bellamy was among the thousands to pedal from Yarrawonga to Marysville. By Louise Bellamy.
- New helmet rules hit bike traders - The Age, 19 November 2010: New helmet safety standards which come into force next month will prevent retailers selling thousands of brand new bicycle helmets in the lead-up to Christmas. By Matthew Moore.
- Study blames drivers for bike crashes - The Age, 22 November 2010: Nearly nine out of 10 accidents involving cyclists and cars in Australia are the fault of the motorist. By Greg Roberts.
- Helmets for hire in bike share scheme - The Age, 13 October 2010: Helmets are now available for purchase from vending machines as part of the $5.5 million Melbourne Bike Share scheme, Roads and Ports Minister Tim Pallas announced this morning on Ride to Work Day. By Ashley Argoon.
- Sydney's bike economy booms -City Of Sydney, 9 August 2010: Bike shops in the inner city have almost doubled in the past five years as Sydney's bike economy continues to boom. By Maya Catsanis.
- Where there's a wheel, there's a way - The Age, 2 August 2010: Monash is the first university in Victoria to offer resident students free campus bicycles to traverse the sprawling campus and visit nearby shops. By Jason Dowling.
- Pedal power rules in London - The Age, 30 July 2010: London has launched a major cycle hire scheme which aims to make transport in the city greener ahead of the 2012 Olympics, following in the tracks of cities such as Paris and Shanghai. By Katherine Haddon.
- Share scheme out of the blocks for city cyclists - The Age, 1 June 2010: MELBOURNE has become the world's first city with compulsory helmet laws to also have a bicycle share scheme. By Clay Lucas.
- Why Cyclists Should Pay For Rego - Cycling Tips Blog, The Age, 6 May 2010: A common comment that I hear from motorists is that cyclists should pay for rego. The argument goes like this, "Cyclists use the roads therefore they should pay to use them". By Wade Wallace.
- Bay parking ban pumps cyclists, deflates residents - The Age, 10 February 2010: Each weekend, an estimated 9100 cyclists don their Lycra and ride the city's most popular - and controversial - recreational bike route, along Beach Road and around Port Phillip Bay. By Clay Lucas & Charlotte King.
- Transport revoltion to get city moving - The Age, 7 February 2010: The state government will unveil a ground-breaking transport plan, conceding that it can no longer simply build new roads to fix Melbourne's congestion crisis and must instead transform the way existing roads are used. By Reid Sexton.
- Cyclist call for 'friendly' roads - The Age, 4 February 2010: Many Melburnians believe that cycling in traffic is dangerous and there are suggestions Melbourne needs ''greenways'', bike-friendly roads with speed limits of 20 km/h where helmets are optional. By Jason Dowling.
- Swanston Street takes a walk on the mild side - The Age 28 January 2010: Plans to turn Swanston Street into a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly thoroughfare could be expanded to surrounding streets, Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says. By Jason Dowling.
- Get wheels turning, cyclists urge Brumby - The Age, 24 January 2010: Better conditions could lure more cyclists on to Melbourne roads. There was a time, a decade or so back, when Leon Cassidy would cycle along Mount Alexander Road from his home, through the city, all the way to St Kilda, for a ride along Beach Road. By Reid Sexton. .
- Why I ride my bicycle, despite the road rage - The Age, 22 January 2010: We see them in their lollipop livery, half-man, half-steed, prancing and surging like colts. We watch in awe as they stride up mountains, surge down descents, sprint across gorgeous, story-book landscapes, these heroes to thousands who line the roads for days just to glimpse their revered champion flash by. We watch because these men represent the pinnacle of human physical achievement. By Andrew Herrick.
- Never mind the nudity, where's your bike helmet? - The Age, 14 January 2010: Helmets, however, are decidedly uncool. Many argue helmets save lives. But the opposing arguments are equally numerous and, actually, pretty plausible. By Elizabeth Farrelly.
- Impress Lance Armstrong and learn all the terms you need to understand the Tour Down Under - ABC Adelaide, 13 January 2010: The TDU lingo list. As the Tour Down Under rolls into to Adelaide, words like peloton, cadence, domestique and breakaway get tossed around, our list of phrase below will let you mix it with the best and be able to talk the Tour talk like a pro. By Andrea Williamson.
- Bicycle commuting to work - Cycling Tips Blog, The Age, 12 January 2010: I started a new job last week. Being my first day of work, the easiest thing for me to do was drive. However, my job is in the city and this meant I had to endure nearly an hour of stop and go traffic each way and $20 for parking. What a waste of two hours a day. This was not going to work in the long run. By Wade Wallace.
- Can't find a cab? Try pedal power - The Brisbane Times, 21 Decmber 2009: Soldier, fitness instructor and Green Cab cyclist Hamish Gray is a fit young bloke. But even the Enoggera Barracks-based soldier will not take on the hills of Spring Hill. By Tony Moore.
- Carlton Blues embrace new life cycle as it prepares for 2010 AFL season by biking around the Mornington Peninsula - The Daily Telegraph, 3 Decmber 2009: The Tour de Sorrento hit the Mornington Peninsula yesterday as Carlton went to work on two wheels in the latest phase of its pre-season program.By Sam Edmund.
- Pedalling for peace - Wollonong and Norther Leader, 2 December 2009: Six members of the Pedalling for Peace crew stopped in Wollongong last week during their 1050km cycle from Sydney to Melbourne.
- Hopenhagen gears up to highlight Climate Conference with pedal-powered Christmas tree - The Independent, 1 December 2009: Environmental organization Hopenhagen has set up an alternative means of powering the traditional Christmas tree in Copenhagen's City Hall Square, by means of a series of bicycles hooked up via generator equipment to its festive lights.
- Cyclist saw Swanston St rider fall to her death - The Age, 17 November 2009: A cyclist has told how he watched as another bicycle rider slipped on tram tracks on Swanston Street and fell to her death in front of a moving tour bus. By Clay Lucas.
- Council's bike program dwarfs all of NSW - The Age, 11 November 2009: The State Government has committed $13.5 million for bicycle initiatives in NSW in the current financial year including new bike paths, education programs and local road works. By Paul Bibby.
- RACV wins Melbourne bike hire contract - The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 November 2009: Melbourne is joining the ranks of cities like Paris and Montreal by introducing a bicycle hire system that lets users pick up bike at one location and drop in off at another, with state's motoring organisation winning the contract.
- Cycle crime expands in Glen Eira - Caufield Glen Eira Leader, 25 August 2009: Cheap locks and opportunistic joyriders are to blame for a rise in the number of bikes stolen from Glen Eira streets in a year. By Jenny Ling.
- Pedal or wheel power on Beach Road - Bayside Leader, 25 August 2009: A report gauging public support for weekend no-stopping zones along Beach Rd to allow for cyclists is due within weeks. By Wes Hosking.
- Ken Dowton marrying cycling swetheart Anne Jackson - Herald Sun, 22 August 2009: Fair to say that Ken Downton and his bicycle have been around the block a few times but today they'll be making a special journey together. By Ross Brundett.
- Darebin bike trail to get missing link - Leader Community Newspapers, 14 August 2009: Cyclists and Parks Victoria are celebrating approval for the Darebin Creek Trail missing section after 20 years of community debate. By Julia Irwin.
- Researchers claim youngsters now feel it's cool to be healthy -The Courier-Mail, 15 July 2009: COOL kids don't boast about ''getting wasted last night'' any more - instead today's young earn their street cred by getting fit, a study claims. By Melanie Christensen.
- Manufacturers struggle to keep up with the boom - The Undependent UK, 5 July 2009: Riding a bike has become so popular that shops are running out. By Susie Mesure.
- Not yet the model of a model major thoroughfare - The Age, 25 June 2009: Swanston Street has been a planning failure. It's time to fix it.
- Rock and rules - Wide, higher, longer - Copenhagezine.com, The Copenhagen Bike Culture Blog, 21 May 2009: Rules threaten cargo bikes. Road rules controlling bikes in South Australia appear to ban cargo bikes and any other bike wider than 700 millimetres.
- Bike hire trial hoped to be template for wider scheme - The Age, 4 May 2009: Public bicycles will be available in the inner-city from this week under a project aimed at creating a uniquely Melbourne model for the scheme. By Kate Lahey.
- Top ten jobs to beat our recession - The Daily Telegraph, 23 April 2009: Since finally we are officially in a recession, now is the best time to start up a business - so long as you pick the right segment. By Jenny Dillon.
- Car dealership sending customers away on bikes - Bike Biz, 20 April 2009: Those in for repairs offered a bicycle instead of a courtesy car. By Mark Sutton.
- Drivers say it's time cyclists paid a rego fee - The Age, 12 April 2009: Ask Harry Barber if he thinks cyclists should pay a registration fee to ride their bikes and he is straight to the point. By Reid Sexton.
- Peddling Priority - The Age, 24 March 2009: In 1993, when VicRoads was developing its first guidelines for how to build bike lanes on Melbourne's roads, cycling to work was a marginal activity. By Clay Lucas.
- Cycling Melbourne - What we need before even more of us get on our bikes - The Age Editorial, 24 March 2009
- Swanston set to stay free of cars - The Age, 27 February 2009: Lord Mayor Robert Doyle's push to return cars to Swanston Street appears scuttled. By Kate Lahey & Jason Dowling.
- Melbourne to get more bike lanes - The Age, 23 February 2009: NEW bicycle commuter routes and the inclusion of special lanes in all large-scale road projects are expected to be part of the first major bicycle plan for Melbourne since the early 1980s. By Clay Lucas.
- Cyclists crowd Yarra River Punt - Maribyrnong Leader, 17 February 2009: Cyclist have voted with their pedals for the return of weekday commuter punt services across the Yarra River. By Twiningj.
- Public bicycles for inner-city trips - Herald Sun, 9 December 2008: Melbourne will get a European-style bicycle hire scheme for short trips made around town. By Ashley Gardiner.
- In a Cyclist-Friendly City, a Black Hole for Bikes - Toronto Journal, 21 August 2008: What exactly was he planning to do with 2,865 bicycles? By Ian Austen.
- Four steps to tackle global warming right now - The Age, 3 August 2008: Two wheeled fleet offers hospitality to restaurant staff. End Special Deals for 4WD's. Insist on fuel efficient cars. Abolish fringe benefits tax anomaly. By Reid Sexton.
- Couch pomme de terre - The Age, 26 July 2008 : Food, scenery, language and a snooze on the sofa - restaurant writer John Lethlean finds his speed in the Le Tour. By John Lethlean.
- A bike often gets you there quicker - The Age, 21 July 2008: Bikes are not only better for the environment, they can also be efficient. By Chris Saliba.
- Tour de Melbourne - The Age, 3 July 2008: Elite athletes line up for a ride around France this weekend. Vin Maskell meets a bunch of cyclists who ride through the streets of Melbourne for a living. By Vin Maskell.
- Riders say plan is on the right path - The Age 3 April 2008 : Cyclists are breathings sighs of relief over plans for more bike paths across the city. By Ashley Gardiner & Natalie Tzaczuk.
- Council faces bike lane fight - The Age, 23 April 2008: MELBOURNE City Council's plan for new separated bicycle lanes on a major East Melbourne road must be overturned, the Master Builders Association says. By Clay Lucas.
- Drivers find cyclists a hazard: survey - The Age, 26 February 2008: More than 60 per cent of Victorian motorists find cyclists are a road hazard, according to research carried out by insurer AAMI.
- London's two-wheel transformation -The Guardian UK, 9 February 2008: London is likely to become one of the most cycle-friendly places in the world, with a series of two-wheeler superhighways cutting a swath through traffic and congestion. By Matthew Taylor.
- Pedalling environmental ease - Herald Sun, 10 December 2007: Thousands of Victorian schoolkids are breathing easier after helping to remove almost 1600 tonnes of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. By Sarah Wotherspoon.
- Humor: Innovations for safer riding - Bikeradar.com, 13 November 2007: Consider the modern automobile. It is a wonder of safety-conscious engineering. Air bags. Anti-lock brakes. Crumple zones. Run-flat tires. Really, it takes considerable ingenuity and a can-do attitude to get yourself seriously injured in a car anymore. And then there is the bicycle. By Elden "Fat Cyclist" Nelson.
- Goodbye lycra, hello street cred - The Telegraph, 31 October 2007: its official - cycling is now cool, thanks for designs from Chanel, Paul Smith and Armani. By Toby Clements.
- Bicycle Sheds peddled - Herald Sun, 18 October 2007: Secret meetings behind the bike shed are a thing of the past - few such structures remain in Victorian schools. By Blanche Clark.
- Peddling the right message for Melbourne - The Age Editorial, 17 October 2007: THIS morning Melbourne glimpsed what the future could, and should, look like.
- Lycra brigade descends on city - The Age, 17 October 2007: More than 6000 people took advantage of a free breakfast at Federation Square this morning to fill their stomachs after this year's Ride to Work Day. By Jane Holyroyd.
- City cycling doubles - Herald Sun, 17 October 2007: Melbourne commuters are leading the pedal power charge with the number of people cycling to work almost doubling in the past year.
- A busy street makes room for bikes - The New York Times, 23 September 2007: Cyclists and pedestrians never quite imagined it this way, but maybe there is a use for all those cars after all. By William Neuman. The New York Times (23 Sept 07)
- Reinventing the wheel - The Age, 16 September 2007: For a healthy, outdoor holiday on a budget, with a chance to make new friends, you can't beat organised bicycle rides. By Peter Needham.
- TAC plays hardball on claims, The Age, 13 September 2007: Victoria's Transport Accident Commission has been accused of bullying vulnerable road crash victims and trying to cut services to which they are entitled. By Stephen Moynihan.
- Cycling groups lobby politicians - The West Australian, 13 September 2007: Four of Australia's largest cycling organisations have joined forces and called on both major political parties to get behind bike riding.
- Mayor first declares he'll run, now no SO sure - The Age, 16 August 2007: John So confirmed for the first time yesterday that he would seek a third term as Melbourne's Lord Mayor. By Clay Lucas.
- Cyclists shave their legs to 'look good' - The Age, 9 August 2007: The truth is out.
- Blazing a brave trail in Melbourne - The Age Editorial, 4 August 2007: The idea that Melbourne is a Utopia for cyclists, who breeze along our boulevards in a continuous blurring whirr of chrome and black elastic, is part of the grand illusion that has become synonymous with a way of life lived by few but envied by many.
- Parking pods boost for riders - The Age, 4 August 2007: Bicycle Network Victoria is about to launch its new bike parking pods in two CBD office buildings, as part of its plan to increase the number of two-wheeled commuters. By Cameron Houston & Stephen Moynihan.
- Want to save the environment? Get on yer bike! - The Age, 25 July 2007: We should stop abusing the travellers on two wheels - they are a far lesser menace than drivers. By Catherine Deveny.
- Council to push for more bike lanes - The Age - 28 July 2007: Melboune City Council will push ahead with its controversial Copenhagen-style bike lanes on three more major city roads. By Clay Lucas & Stephen Moynihan. The Age (28 Jul 2007)
- 20,000 New Bikes in Paris - news.com.au, 31 July 2007: Paris is bracing for a transport revolution later this year with the arrival of more than 20,000 self-service bicycles thanks to a deal between city hall and one of the world's leading suppliers of urban advertising.
- UK road rules changed to aid Cyclists - The Daily Mail, 30 May 2007 : Road laws are being changed to protect cyclists.
- On Your Bikes - Herald Sun, 25 July 2007: Cycling is booming as commuters get on their bikes to avoid road congestion and the public transport crush. By Ashley Gardiner.
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