Michael Panayides was today sentenced to 11 years jail with a non-parole period of 8.5 years for killing Dutch woman Gitta Scheenhouwer.
Here's a mini-guide with all the information you need so you can get to the Great Vic, set-up easily and have a relaxing start to your riding holiday.
Australian cyclist Simon Clarke is gearing up to return to where his professional career began – the Great Vic Bike Ride.
The Chandler Highway heritage bridge will host a grand opening as a walking and cycling path across the Yarra next Thursday evening.
Upgrade works to the Ballarat Road Bridge in Flemington will close the outbound bike lane from next week until mid-February.
A new, online bike crash reporting tool is being launched by Bicycle Network today to address a lack of data about the nature and causes of bike rider crashes in Australia.
Metal road plates have been popping up on Melbourne's streets recently, with their sharp edges, slippery surfaces and protruding bolts giving riders a rude and risky shock.
Twelve medical students from Deakin University are set to ride 3,500kms from Geelong to Fremantle to raise money and awareness for a good cause.
This week, two cases involving the death of people riding bikes went before the County Court in Victoria. Bicycle Network is watching both cases closely and have provided an update below.
Believe it or not, the National Transport Performance Centre has developed a new national performance indicator for driver frustration.
Vienna is one of a number of European cities that have introduced highly successful bike share schemes that focus on e-cargo bikes.
Giant have invested $77M into a new factory in Hungary aimed at meeting the growing demand for e-bike production.
The City of London is introducing world-leading regulations to chase out trucks with poor vision that cause many of the tragic crashes with bikes and pedestrians.
The Yarra Ranges council is seeking feedback from bike riders who enjoy riding in the area to help develop a new Paths and Trails Strategy.
Regional Roads Victoria continues to upgrade the safety of rural roads and is undertaking an extensive rollout of rumble strips across the state's south-west.
News this issue includes the new track linking Derby and Branxholm, edge sealing on Huon Rd, Tassie Ride2Work Day winner and SWAG Family update.
One of our most popular social rides is back for another spin on Wednesday 13 November when our e-bike riders head to MONA for a tasty treat.
The Hobart E-bike Expo is back at the Regatta Grounds on Sunday 24 November, with a few new shops and manufacturers joining the meet.
E-Bike riders will be showing Hobartians how to get into the Christmas spirit this year at the Hobart Pageant on Saturday 16 November.
Bicycle Network is disappointed by the Andrews Labor Government’s decision to increase the age that people in Victoria can ride a bike on the footpath by just one year.