A brief description of 'a day in the life of a bar volunteer on the Great Vic', as told by a veteran volunteer and Bicycle Network life member.
Security upgrades to the Princes Bridge at the beginning of St Kilda Road will see the southbound bike lane relocated to the road.
The City of Port Phillip is marking the recent upgrades of its Cecil Street bike lanes with a month of special bike themed celebrations, and there is a special offer for Bicycle Network members.
The Labor Government recently announced a parking upgrade plan for Merlynston Station including bikes. This follows many bike cage upgrades around the State
To celebrate the UN’s International Day of the Girl, more than 100 teenage girls from Clayton South’s Westall Secondary College have spent the day focusing on their health and happiness.
An alarming new study has revealed that Australian drivers are distracted for nearly half of the time they are behind the wheel.
Riders in the south east will be able to get a sneak preview of work to build the trail along the Caulfield to Dandenong rail corridor this weekend.
A strong campaign by mountain bikers has seen the ACT Government commit to funding a new mountain bike trail network for Canberra.
The world’s best cyclists will converge on Wollongong NSW with the seaside city announced as the next host for the UCI Road World Championships 2022.
Reporting drivers who breach the minimum passing distance laws isn’t a simple process, which is why we’ve produced a guide with Tasmania Police.
Wednesday 10 October is World Mental Health Day, a day that aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and support people in managing symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress.
Bicycle Network has a busy October coming up with involvement in the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, West Hobart Road Safety Awareness lunch and a social ride in Port Sorell.
One of greater Hobart’s transport pinch points is the Sorell to Hobart corridor, which is why the state government has embarked on a planning study of the area.
Paris is the first major city to deploy cameras to enforce the rules against motorists parking, stopping or otherwise blocking bike lanes.
Albert Park was today christened as the new home of United Energy Around the Bay with smiles and sunshine.
The phrase “to the moon and back” is used a lot, but that is actually how far this years United Energy Around the Bay participants will combine to pedal.
The shared path under the Swan Street Bridge has reopened after alterations were made to the bungled design presented to riders earlier this year.
Riding 210 kms in a day is no easy feat. Riding 210 kms in a day for your 10th consecutive year, at the ripe age of 75, well that’s just impressive!
BMX and bike parks proved a popular choice with the government awarding more than one million dollars in grants to community bike projects.
United Energy will be rewarding all riders and their outstanding effort in raising money for The Smith Family with a dedicated site at the Albert Park event village.