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Melbourne’s east gets trails plan

The comprehensive new Eastern Trails Strategy is set to guide the future development of new and existing trails in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.
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Airbike undeterred by Obike disaster

There's a new bike-share company in Adelaide, with 'Airbike' set to launch its fleet in the city within the next fortnight, undeterred by previous failures.
Chapter 2 - The beginning

Talking nutrition for longer rides

Justin Benson and Hannah MacDougall from Pirates Cycling Club have provided a handy write-up for those interested in taking their bike riding to the next level.
Mooloolaba to Maroochydore Cycleway

$6.7m for ‘M2M’ Cycleway

The Palaszczuk Government has announced $6.7m for the next stage of upgrades to the popular Mooloolaba to Maroochydore Cycleway, along the Alexandra Headland.

The Canning Street clamp begins

One of our most popular bike commuter routes, Canning Street, will soon also be the route of a major water main project, with planned detours to come.
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Hi-vis call for kids a low-light

In a step backward for active transport, a Queensland academic is encouraging parents to dress themselves and their children in hi-vis vests to improve pedestrian safety.

Tassie Bike News Bites

Coastal pathway erosion bill up to $11m, Dragon Trail MTB race looks for help, and Tasmanian woman's death results in new NY protected bike lane.
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Altona Meadows bridge causes a divide

Hobsons Bay council, pedestrians and bike riders have launched a joint campaign calling for a safe crossing over the Queen Street road bridge in Altona Meadows.
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‘Donut’ disturb while driving

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) are giving out free donuts as part of their 'Donut' Disturb While Driving campaign, to make our roads a ‘hole’ lot safer.

They’re coming for our bike lanes

Cashed up tech start-ups have been snooping our streets for places to launch their autonomous vehicles, and they like the look of nice car-free bike lanes.

Easy women’s Cycleway ride to Moonah

Ride leader Dorothy McCartney is organising an easy trip along the Intercity Cycleway on Sunday 4 August, leaving the Boathouse at Cornelian Bay at 10 am.
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Give the girls a bike

Bicycle Network's friend Sarah Anne has joined a crew of female riders who are taking on the full Tour de France to show the world what women can do.

Have your say on West Coast MTB strategy

The wild West Coast is the latest region in Tasmania to be bitten by the mountain biking bug, releasing a trails strategy for public comment this week that aims to set it apart from other MTB destinations.

Sydney Road information sessions

VicRoads is opening the floor to people who ride this week with information sessions in Brunswick and Coburg about the Sydney Road Improvement Project.