Bicycle Network: Ride On magazine
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Tribute to Tony Barter
Rebecca Dunn remembers a great character and passionate riding advocate, Tony Barter. He is pictured below on the front cover of Ride On as the original Ride to Work cycling angel.
Tuscany by bike
Katherine Carroll unwinds in the beautiful countryside outside Florence and enjoys great pizza, stunning scenery and a festival with fireworks and dance
Riding in the footsteps of the pilgrims
Pam Milliken and her husband Andrew cycled almost 900km in 12 days following Spain's famous Camino Frances, a trip with enjoyable challenges, inspiring scenery, and wonderful food, wine and people.
A Daggy Dave exposes Melbourne's cycling culture
From the highly competitive to the weekend wobblies, David Hall records his observations of Melbourne's cycling culture.
While cycling in Central Australia, Larry Moore was chased for 4kms by a pack of aggressive dogs
Samoan island adventure
A group of eight Victorians explore a remote corner of the world by bike, writes Alf Forbes
Riding on emotions
From Malvern Stars to an Orbea Aqua, bikes have played an important part in the ups and downs of Russell Miles' life.
The Cycle of Love
Derek Miglietti recently got married and cycling was a major part of getting together with his wife
A great love of the Great Vic
Joe Lionnet writes about five of his Great Victorian Bike Rides.
Allez Diane, a Lilydale Tour legend
Back from the brink
Member Robert Carroll had a heart attack while riding home from work. Luckily for him, he got medical help in time.
In a shed in Newport, unwanted bikes go to be given a new lease on life
Brisbane to Sydney solo
After two years of dreaming, Rob Swann completed a thousand kilometre journey by bike that included 8 beautiful sunsets and four fun ferry trips.
Beau Tang rides tandems as the Pilot (front seat) with vision impaired people. His friend Adriana Lepore rides at the back. They answer some FAQs.
Five ride from London to Melbourne
A group of friends will be spending a lot of time together over the next year as they travel half way around the world by bike
Flinders Ranges by bike
Aboriginal rock engravings, great scenery and good food were among the joys for five friends on a South Australian adventure. Tony Lear reports.
Following in Franklin's footsteps
A group of friends rode from Frankston to Arthurs Seat to celebrate a picnic that took place more than 150 ago, writes Russell Miles
Four days in the saddle
Owen Crombie describes the uphills and downhills of his solo bike ride through country Victoria to the NSW border town of Albury
Four days of fun
Every year teachers Andy McNeilly, 43, and Jeff Wilson, 53, set off on an adventure somewhere around Victoria. Andy kept a diary of their 2010 tour.
Grandmother helps leprosy victims
Elaine Johnson, veteran of 12 Great Victorian Bike Rides, joined The Leprosy Mission Australia on a cycling tour of Thailand
Grandpas' grand tour
A group of four friends who had been riding together in Melbourne for many years rode from the Irish Sea through the Lake District to the North Sea. Jim Pollard reports.
Greg Bland describes memorable rides on the Great Ocean Road and in Tasmania a few months after a health scare
Island less travelled
Waterfalls, beautiful mountains and valleys, quiet back roads and friendly people are just some of the reasons one might visit Sulawesi. Colin Freestone reports.
Phnom Penh by bike
Ruth Balding braved the busy traffic of Cambodia’s capital on a borrowed bike in January 2011
Safety: Easy as ABC
Bo Li has some suggestions for making riding safer and more fun
South American dream
Katy Shorthouse spent 12 days in Peru and discovered many and varied mountain bike tracks - all in a beautiful setting
To heaven and back
In July 2010, Paul D'Andrea and a group of friends cycled to the highest point that can be reached by road in Europe
Tour de Flinders
In November 2011, Owen Crombie and 12 others flew in to Flinders Island to take part in a charity ride organised by the Flinders Island Lions Club
Tony Olejnicki describes the thrill of bike trekking against the backdrop of some of the highest mountains in the world and the welcoming nature of people who still live as their ancestors did hundreds of years ago
Visiting Victoria's volcanoes
Coralie Jenkin details her six-day ride to see some of the volcanoes in Western Victoria