A green wave for bike riders on Albert Street in East Melbourne will be made permanent after a trial by City of Melbourne found it reduced travel times by almost one minute.
Bicycle Network recently had a chat with Justin Passaportis, the Victorian and South Australian General Manager of car share company GoGet, and found we actually have a lot in common. Similarly to Bicycle Network, GoGet have a vision for Australia where we rely less on personal vehicle ownership and prioritise active travel, public transport – [...]
Advertising campaigns are often thought to be an important part of promoting and improving road safety, but sometimes the message isn't communicated very well. Here's a list of the worst bike ads.
Preliminary designs have been done to improve the Upfield path in the Bell-Moreland precinct, and there is opportunity for the public to provide feedback.
Maurice Blackburn are proud to be the legal support partner for Bicycle Network and their members.
Glen Eira is the latest municipality to launch a major re-think on the transport challenges facing Melbourne as the metropolis crests the 5 million people mark.
MP for Brunswick Tim Read has redoubled his support for major changes on Sydney Road to improve amenity for all users of the struggling street.
A large drop in motorist traffic in Sydney has created an opportunity to fix one of the many missing links in the CBD.
Some people believe electric bikes are cheating, but a new study from Europe has found that e-bikes can be just as good as the original thing.
A major mountain bike track proposal for Mount Canobolas, in the Orange region, has been approved for further planning by the NSW state government.
We take a look at what the creation of AusCycling means for us and our advocacy.
A recent breakthrough in hydrogen storage capacity has been a game-changer for fuel-cell bikes powered by hydrogen, with France leading the way.
Decathlon has recalled its SL100 Rear LED battery powered bike light due to safety concerns around the battery compartment.
A study of Australian workers has found that those who commute short distances or ride bikes to work are more likely to be happy, and therefore more productive.
New research is pointing to the possibility that young people in Australia and around the world are about to abandon cars in droves.
Ride2Work Day is coming up on Wednesday 16 October, and we’ll be holding a celebratory breakfast at Mawsons Place in Hobart but it would be great to see some new faces over our coffees. If you ride to work, have you ever considered encouraging or mentoring someone else at your workplace to ride? When you [...]
Business owners in Bondi Junction aren’t backing down from opposing the construction of a new cycleway, with the group now mounting legal bid to stop the project.
Do you use your bike to get to work in Sydney? Share your experiences to help inform design project about bike riding in Sydney.
The Tasmanian Young Planners group is organising PARKing Day in the “Midtown” area of Elizabeth Street between Melville and Patrick streets on Elizabeth Street between 9 am and 5 pm on Friday 20 September.
Our favourite Seniors Week rides are back on Wednesday 16 October: E-bike Coffee Club goes to MONA and Ulverstone - Berry Patch Ride and Feast.