Tasmanian Bike Week, 3–11 March, is the chance to get on a bicycle and remind yourself of why it’s one of the easiest, cheapest, healthiest and most enjoyable ways to get around.
The NT is celebrating its latest junior track cycling star, Meg Marker, following her four-medal haul at the 2018 Junior Track National Championships.
The Hobart City Council has removed funding for the Battery Point pathway from its 10 year capital works plan.
The City of Darwin have given their bike plan a boost with the recruitment of a new Darwin Bike Plan Officer, Heather Docker.
Bicycle Network is reminding everyone to avoid the front carriage when taking their bikes on the train.
The Liberal Party’s commitment today to fund three years of the Bicycle Network Ride2School program in conjunction with the RACT’s road awareness program will give young Tasmanians the skills they need to stay safer while riding.
The Government of Western Australia has demonstrated inability to keep pace with the times in its new ‘Speeding slows you down’ campaign released this week.
Bicycle Network has welcomed the Tasmanian Labor announcement of a $4 million tracks and trails fund as a good first step but warned it will not be enough to effect real change.
Bike riders in the middle suburbs of Melbourne’s south-east could gain the improved riding environment they have long deserved via Glen Eira council.
Commuting to work and education is about to get a whole lot easier and healthier for people in Geelong with two new cycling corridors.
Bike-busy Grattan Street next to Melbourne University in Parkville closes to traffic for five years from next Wednesday evening.
Tasmanian Bike Week is on 3–11 March this year and Bicycle Network needs your help to make the events a success.
With only a couple weeks until the election, our Active Transport Forums are your chance to ask the parties what they're doing for bikes.
It’s just over two weeks to go until the Tasmanian election and none of the political parties have committed to the spending needed to get more people riding.
NSW bike riders and Northern Rivers Rail Trail Association alike have plenty to celebrate after the Federal and State government funding commitments.
Bicycle Network's annual count of bike commuters is fast approaching and we still need counters across key sites in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.
The feasibility study for the Wallan to Heathcote Rail Trail has been released and will go before Mitchell Shire for consideration next month.
Within a few weeks riders will see signs of activity on the Brighton Main Sewer Rehabilitation project along Beach Road.
Bike riders may one day be able to travel a new, continuous 1200km trail between Melbourne and Adelaide labelled as the Southern Ocean Bike Trail.
The economic justification of many big road improvement projects is based on dodgy economics, according to the nation’s top transport economics authority.