We've done the rounds of the recent local and international health research to bring you a wrap up of reasons to ride a bike.
With NSW local government elections fast approaching, there’s still time to put bikes on the local government agenda before Saturday 9 September.
Ahead of Women's Health Week, a new survey shows that 60% of Australian women don't get enough physical activity.
As a city with staggering numbers of bikes on the street each day, Amsterdam has never really felt the need for bike share schemes, but they arrived anyway.
Bianchi has recalled a number of road bikes models because of faulty front forks.
Commuters on the St Georges Road route to the city will have spied fresh concrete that has began its steady march along the water pipeline corridor.
As the evaluation of potential North-East routes moves towards a conclusion, opportunities are opening up for major enhancements to the local bike network.
Mark the dates in your calendars, there’s only a couple weeks to go before people of all ages, skills and disciplines come together for an annual celebration of cycling – NSW Bike Week (16-24 September).
The state government has cleared the way for more bikes to use two key streets in Melbourne’s west that are currently compromised by rat-running trucks.
Federal Opposition leader Bill Shorten has committed a future ALP Government to ensuring Melbourne's West gets a fair share of bike infrastructure.