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.
The Bonnet Hill project shows what can be done when the local community, not just bike riders, recognise a problem and agitate to do something about.
A bike route through Hobart’s Macquarie Point will be a great addition to the city’s biggest public space.
The Tamar Bike Users Group in Northern Tasmania is getting more riders on the road through its social rides program.
Come down to Melbourne's Alexandra Gardens on Wednesday 4 October for a special 'Learn to ride' class with Bicycle Network and oBike.
New minimum passing distance laws (MPDL) came into force in Tasmania today. Bike riders must now be passed at a minimum of one metre.
We want to see your old Around the Bay jerseys and shirts – share a photo of your favourite top using #AroundtheBay and help us relive the memories.
One of Darwin’s key boulevards is set to be transformed into a vibrant place for people with the addition of an on-road, separated bike path.
Local volunteers are being sought to help 10,000 bike riders gear up and celebrate the 25th birthday of Australia’s biggest bike ride, Around the Bay.
Bicycle Network's helmet policy review survey closed on Friday 22 September with more than 19.3K responses.
Some changes to conditions will be made to the Palmerston main shared path along the Stuart Highway overpass from tomorrow.
Spring has finally arrived – it’s time to get the bike out of the garage and get ready for Bicycle Network’s National Ride2Work Day on Wednesday 18 October.
As Australia’s biggest bike riding organisation we’re proudly standing with the LGBTQIA+ community and pledging our support for marriage equality.
The cycle-friendly upgrades for the Sydney Harbour Bridge takes step forward with community consultation announced for November 2017.
A new report from the NRMA has found that one in five motorists have been involved in near-misses where the other driver was using a mobile phone at the same time.
A feast of films devoted to the bicycle and all who ride it is pedalling through Canberra, Hobart and Melbourne in October, including sessions dedicated to womens cycling films.
After a look around the streets of Darwin and consultation with some local bike riders it seems there is not enough bike parking in Darwin.
A new report suggests that road trauma costs the Australian economy nearly $30 billion a year.
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. Physical Activity Assists Cancer Rehabilitation A pilot study by the University of California suggests that physical activity helps restore cognitive functioning in breast cancer survivors. Associate professor Sheri Hartman of the [...]
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