Both Bicycle Network and Bosch eBike Systems share a common goal: encouraging everyday Australians to jump on their bikes and get active.
One of Darwin’s key boulevards is set to be transformed into a vibrant place for people with the addition of an on-road, separated bike path.
Spring has finally arrived – it’s time to get the bike out of the garage and get ready for Bicycle Network’s National Ride2Work Day on Wednesday 18 October.
The City of Yarra will become the first Victorian council to introduce a 30 km/h speed limit for local road users, a development welcomed by Bicycle Network.
A message from Bosch, our Ride2Work sponsors. Both Bicycle Network and Bosch eBike Systems share a common goal: encouraging everyday Australians to jump on their bikes and get active. We are proud to sponsor the Ride2Work program due to its well established, long lasting commitment to promoting cycling and road safety around the country. Here […]
Figures released today on children’s bike sales and active travel rates have highlighted the need for a federally funded national Ride2School program.
Bicycle Network’s Gravel Grit, the newest event on Australia’s cycling calendar, is coming to the Watagans National Park on the New South Wales Central Coast next month.
New data into the causes of bike crashes has revealed that a person riding a bike has a 0.003% chance of being involved in a crash on any given day.