A new city-ranking list has named Brisbane as the best city in Australia but overall mobility in major centres is mediocre. Called the Sustainable Cities Mobility Index and published by private engineering and urban planning firm Arcadis, the list ranks cities on the performance of their transport networks, for quality of life, environmental impact and [...]
The State Government has committed to an accelerated roll-out of a network of strategic cycling corridors over the next 15 years.
The City of Maribyrnong is the latest Melbourne local council to embrace liveable speed streets to enhance bike riding and reduce risk for riders. Maribyrnong councillors on 17 October unanimously backed a proposal to reduce speeds on local streets across the municipality to 40 km/h in a staged approach across seven areas. The proposal argued [...]
Mind. Body. Pedal, has been chosen as a finalist in the Encouraging Physical Activity category for the 2017 VicHealth Awards.
Not a single respondent to a Bicycle Network survey said that Darwin has adequate bike parking. In September, Bicycle Network asked locals to have their say on how to make Darwin a better place to ride. Of those who took the survey, more than half ride a bike every day and three quarters ride at [...]
The transport plan for Fishermans Bend confirms that bikes will have high priority in the new suburb that will house 80,000 people and 60,000 workers.
It’s last call for volunteers to join us on the last ever Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain. Don’t miss this opportunity to help riders conquer the unrelenting and unpredictable climbs of Tassie’s rugged North West. We are after a crew of volunteers to join the team for a breath-taking adventure. As an extra special offer for [...]
Bicycle Network's head office in Melbourne will be closed for two days on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 November.
Bicycle Network this week said farewell for the time being to its tireless Tasmania Adviser, Garry Bailey, who has accepted a position as Chair of RSAC.
The plan to focus Sydney into three distinct centres offers great potential for bike riding to play a greater role in the transport system
It may have taken 2000 kilometres of riding but the effort was worth the reward. You just had to see the smiles on the faces of sisters Audrey and Barbara Hill.
There is still an opportunity to join Tasmania’s first multi-day ebike ride.
With a Tasmania state election due by March 2018, Bicycle Network has made submissions to the Liberal government, the Labor Party and the Greens.
In car technology has taken another small step towards tackling the big problem of drivers dooring bike riders.
Melbourne’s inner councils have struck a memorandum of understanding with operators of dockless bike share scheme, oBike.
The Parkville precinct will see numerous roadside worksites in the next few months as Melbourne Metro Tunnel work ramps up.
Bicycle and accessory recalls happen when products are found to be faulty or don't comply with local standards. Current recall information is on this page.
Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) bike research has found that with a little bit of help we can get more people riding.
City of Melbourne’s transport chair Nic Frances Gilley has outlined his ideas to refresh Melbourne’s transport strategy and reduce cars.
The latest Census data has revealed that Australia has a long way to go if it’s going to solve its traffic congestion woes.