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October 2017

A new city-ranking list has named Brisbane as the best city in Australia but overall mobility in major centres is mediocre.

Mobility rated mediocre in Australia

The RACV is the latest organisation to make a big investment in active travel, unveiling a state of the art mobility hub in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD today. Located at the RACV Club on Bourke Street, the premium end-of-trip facility is aimed at encouraging club members, building tenants and staff to increase their daily […]
The City of Maribyrnong is the latest Melbourne local council to embrace liveable speed streets to enhance bike riding and reduce risk for riders.

Liveable speed spreads to Maribyrnong

The RACV is the latest organisation to make a big investment in active travel, unveiling a state of the art mobility hub in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD today. Located at the RACV Club on Bourke Street, the premium end-of-trip facility is aimed at encouraging club members, building tenants and staff to increase their daily […]
Darwin bike parking

Bike parking in Darwin a dire situation

The RACV is the latest organisation to make a big investment in active travel, unveiling a state of the art mobility hub in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD today. Located at the RACV Club on Bourke Street, the premium end-of-trip facility is aimed at encouraging club members, building tenants and staff to increase their daily […]
It’s last call for volunteers to join the Bicycle Network team to help rider meet their final challenge in Tasmania's rugged north west.

Calling volunteers for ultimate ride

The RACV is the latest organisation to make a big investment in active travel, unveiling a state of the art mobility hub in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD today. Located at the RACV Club on Bourke Street, the premium end-of-trip facility is aimed at encouraging club members, building tenants and staff to increase their daily […]
Farewell Garry Bailey

Farewell, for now

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.
Sydney plan Bicycle Network

Sydney plan promising for bikes

The plan to focus Sydney into three distinct centres offers great potential for bike riding to play a greater role in the transport system
life’s better on a bike

More proof that life’s better on a bike

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.
Dooring Bicycle Network

Dooring drivers locked up

In car technology has taken another small step towards tackling the big problem of drivers dooring bike riders.
Parkville work Bicycle Network

Metro Tunnel works in Parkville

The Parkville precinct will see numerous roadside worksites in the next few months as Melbourne Metro Tunnel work ramps up.
Merida-recall

Bicycle and accessory recalls

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.
Census Car Congestion

Australia has a long way to go

The latest Census data has revealed that Australia has a long way to go if it’s going to solve its traffic congestion woes.