Riders along the M80 Ring Road Trail in Thomastown can expect a minor change to their detour from next Monday.
The Narooma Mountain Bike Club signed an agreement with Forestry Corporation NSW to develop a network of mountain bike trails in the Bodalla State Forest.
The third stage of the Bicycle Boulevard project in Scarborough, WA, will continue while a full safety audit is conducted at the request of local drivers.
This edition of Bike News Bites looks at bus drivers being trained in passing distance laws, speed limits in Hobart, width of the Intercity Cycleway, and movement on the coastal pathway.
Construction of the new Federation Trail bridge at Williams Landing will require a section of the trail to be closed for several weeks.
The City of Darebin will be installing its first pop-up bike lane along South Crescent in Northcote later this month.
Silt deposits in the Gardiners Creek at Toorak Road are being removed in an attempt to prevent frequent and annoying flooding of the adjacent trail.
The internal combustion engine is going the way of the dodo, with the UK joining California in making plans for a phase out.
A group of 20 women will put their cycling fitness, mental stamina and strength to the test this weekend as they take part in a mass women’s worldwide everesting attempt.
We’ve got plenty of pre-Christmas free social rides to keep you busy this month before the traditional slow-down, with a mix of mountainous thigh testers, easy e-bike rides and scenic gravel paths.
Wetsuits were required to get to the bottom of the Victorian 2020/21 budget released this week, but details emerged about both new and delayed projects.
In response to the recent spate of delivery rider deaths in NSW, the state government has announced a taskforce to investigate the gig economy.
A study into the Hobart to Sorrel corridor is recommending new off-road and on-road cycleways to provide more transport options.
Findings from the New South Wales Legislative Council’s inquiry into the gig economy must be expedited to make a better workplace for food delivery riders.
The Hobart Council is set to trial an uphill painted bike lane alongside its Ready for Business project on Elizabeth Street between Melville and Brisbane streets.
Sydney continues to utilize pop-up cycleways to plug gaps in their network, announcing three new pilot lanes on Oxford Street, Liverpool Street and College Street.
Another 30 kilometres will be added to the Murray to Mountain Trail by next autumn, the state government announced today.
A six-month closure of a section of the Greensborough Road trail is about to begin.
The proposal for a vital bike corridor from the east has firmed, as the Department of Transport moves to conclude feasibility study into a bike corridor from Box Hill to Hawthorn.
A new advertising campaign has been launched showing how autonomous vehicle technology can take over control from drivers and avoid crashes.
A global shortage of bicycles might see Australians miss out on their two-wheeled Christmas wishes.
In an innovative development, a massive new ‘bus station’ to be built at Bulleen will have advanced facilities for bike riders.
The City of Wollongong is hosting a pop-up bike fest next weekend, and continuing to pedal hard towards becoming a world class bike riding destination.
The Fairfield pipe bridge crossing the Yarra River will be closed during off-peak hours next week.
The new Federation Trail bridge truss over Sayers and Palmers Road in Williams Landing will be lifted into place this weekend.
Maurice Blackburn is offering Bicycle Network members 30% off* MyLife Wills®.
A short section of path that riders use to connect to Bridge Road via Yarra Boulevard from the Main Yarra Trail will be closed from time to time from next week until Christmas.
A new connection on Moonee Ponds Creek Trail has reached the delivery phase with work on a new bridge linking Essendon and Brunswick West starting next year.
Tourism in regional Victoria will get a boost now that more bikes can be fitted on the new generation of long haul Vlocity trains.
Harley Davidson have unveiled the first four models from their new e-bike spinoff company Serial 1, and as perhaps expected they look great and cost plenty.
Wollongong City Council is set to begin detailed design and construction work on the early stages of the Cringila Hills Masterplan, with mountain bikes at the forefront.
Riders on the Djerring Trail between between Caulfield and Clayton stations face intermittent access restriction over the next month.
This edition's News Bites looks at a mat for events that educates riders about bicycle passing distances, the Launceston bike museum looking for volunteers, new MTB tracks, and a school striving to get more students to ride.
Bicycle Network has advice about when, where and who you can ride with during coronavirus restrictions. Advice was last updated on 23 November 2020.
More over 50’s are riding, riding more often, and liking it more, according to a recent survey by by the American Association of Retired Persons, who offered tips from their findings.
Not only do bikes not spew muck into the air we breath, a new wheel design from London could mean that in the future they also suck the muck out of the air.
Forks fitted to some of the 2020 Salsa Cutthroat model have been recalled because they can fail.
The relocation of transmission towers to Frensham Reserve, Watsonia will require the closure of a section of the trail this month.
Riders taking advantage of the new freedoms and exploring further west on the Great Ocean Road may encounter a lane closure at Separation Creek.
Riders should take care as work gets underway next week on the installation of additional security measures in public areas on the north and south banks of the Yarra River.
As lockdown restrictions lift heading into summer, early data suggests that the boom in bike riding is here to stay.
The Tasmanian Government has announced a one-year ferry trial between Bellerive and Hobart that will provide free travel to people with a bicycle or Metro Greencard.
A day's ride to New Norfolk, a cruisy e-bike cruise up the Queens Domain, an exploration of eastern shore bush tracks and Intercity Cycleway are all included in upcoming social rides.
How people get into Hobart's city centre and how they'd like to get there was the subject of a public survey run for us by an intern from the University of Tasmania’s School of Business and Marketing.
City of Melbourne councillors are planning on bringing more cars back into the CBD with the lure of cheap parking.
A scheme for studded, slip-proof bike tyres has gone gangbusters in Norway as the Nordic nation moves into winter.
More than 800 people were caught using their mobile phone while driving during a recent Victoria Police operation.
Work has started on a significant upgrade at the junction of several busy bike routes in North Melbourne.
Riders will be relieved that the narrow and crowded path across the Maribyrnong River on the Raleigh Road Bridge will be widened.
A coroner's report into the death of Norman MacKenzie who died as a result of head injuries from a crash with a bike rider in 2017 has been released.
Volunteers will be out in force on trails and paths this weekend to record the number of people riding and walking for Bicycle Network's Super Sunday count.
We’re on a quest to recognise the bike riding heroes who have your back.
Cycling along one popular stretch of Beach Road just got safer for riders in Batemans Bay, with a new cycle lane between Batehaven and Surf Beach.
Bikes were front and centre when handing out awards this week for the NSW government's Public Space Ideas competition.
A woman has been seriously injured riding her bike across the Tasman Bridge this morning.
A 'cash-for-clunkers' scheme in Lithuania has seen thousands of residents trade in their old polluting motor vehicles for shiny new e-bikes and scooters.
The Glen Huntly level crossing removals present an opportunity for the state government to honour its obligations to include essential bike infrastructure, but your feedback is crucial.
Our e-bike coffee cruise social rides are back on the Hobart calendar and we've got another eastern shore adventures coming up at the end of the month.
The bike link on Todd Road, Port Melbourne, will be closed for all of next week, with the off-road path to be re-instated following electricity works under the bridge.
New MTB plans for Hobart and Glenorchy, changes to Meehan Range MTB hub, community rides in Launceston and try an e-bike opportunities in Hobart feature in this Tassie Bike News Bites.