Alarm bells are ringing following the release of draft plans for the new Domain Station that show the wrong bike lane infrastructure through the precinct.
Out of concern for the wellbeing of our riders, volunteers and the wider team, we’ve had to make the heart-wrenching decision to not ride to Glengarry on Saturday.
Have your say on a separated cycleway connecting Green Square town centre to Alexandria.
The mountains and the Murray will both feature in Bicycle Network’s RACV Great Victorian Bike Ride 2018 as the iconic event returns to North-East Victoria.
Australian employers are being urged to offer electric bikes as a salary sacrifice for their employees to ride to work for better health and productivity.
Designs for both the northern and southern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge cycleway are now open for public comment.
The completion of the Mullum Mullum Trail is again a prospect, following the re-start of construction of the final 300 metre stretch.
Earlier this month we exposed NSW government plans for George Street ban for bike riders once the light rail project is completed. With trams added to the street, bikes will be banned – the only mode of transport to be excluded. Sydney bike riders, such as Saul, have been waiting patiently during construction of the tram [...]
Recently announced plans to make one of the world’s premier shopping streets – London’s Oxford Street – car free have been welcomed with wonder and acclaim. But did anyone pause to question what the plan did for bikes? You guessed it: the plan excludes bikes from the street. Oxford Street is a key east-west bike [...]
The end of the automotive era is approaching, ringing the death knell for the performance car, according to one of the men who was responsible for bringing us that very era.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced that the government will offer a rebate on car registration to people who spend more than $25 per week on Sydney road tolls.
Bicycle Network installed a pop-up protected bike lane on Exhibition Street in Melbourne last week to emphasise the need for better bike infrastructure.
The City of Melbourne starts work on the missing bike lanes along Albert Street East Melbourne next week, bringing separated bike lanes right in to the CBD.
The designs for the Caulfield Dandenong Trail are done and dusted and work will begin in the wake of the nine level crossings removals from next year.
The Federation Trail from Melbourne to Werribee will be rebuilt with several outstanding new bridges across major arterial roads.
Bicycle Network launched its latest Ride2School Active Path in Tasmania at Clarendon Vale Primary School last week.
Bicycle Network it deeply saddened by the passing of bike rider Ronald Spargo who died during the Audax Sydney-Melbourne Alpine 1200 this week.
A survey of almost 20,000 people has found that nearly two-thirds don’t believe you should have to wear a helmet every time you ride a bike in Australia.
Tempers flared on a Melbourne train when a passenger brought a bike on board. Here's when and where bikes are allowed on public transport in Australia.
Five dangerous road crossings on St Georges Road are to be reopened soon, putting bikes riders and tram travellers at risk.