Ebikes are becoming increasingly popular as a commuter vehicle, changing the way people can ride. And now the event landscape is changing too.
Hobart City Council has unveiled an ambitious plan to change the travel habits of its own staff as one of the solutions to the city’s traffic challenges.
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.
Melbourne was crowned the world’s most liveable city for the seventh year in a row, but just how liveable is it and where is it headed?
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the spectacular landscapes, brutal climbs and unpredictable climate of Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain, then this is your final chance.
Statistics from the 2016 census indicate that the growth in car ownership in Sydney continues to rise, whereas car ownership in Melbourne has stalled.
Tasmania's North-West Coastal Pathway – identified for a decade as one of Australia’s great coastal rides – today received its first major joint funding by state and local government.
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.
The thought of a grade-separated car and truck-free route from Melbourne’s west into the CBD has aroused concern and suspicion among some sectors, with high-profile opposition notably coming from Melbourne City Council.
Our call in The Age for TAC coverage to extend to bike riders has generated significant interest. We’d now love the help of all our amazing members, friends and the wider Victorian bike riding community.