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April 2018

Eastern bike corridor plans confirmed

The latest plans for the massive North East Link Project confirm that the bike trail along the Eastern Freeway is likely to finally see light of day.
City of Melbourne tram and bikes

Tram priority can boost bikes

The City of Melbourne has proposed radically improved priority for trams, a move that would significantly improve convenience and safety for bikes.
distracted driving mobile phone

NSW tackling illegal mobile phone use

Mobile phone enforcement technology could soon become a reality, with NSW becoming the first Australian state to clear the way through legislation.
New South Head Road

Bad cycles leave riders on the edge

While NSW bike riders continue to wait for a safe place to ride on New South Head Road, another issue on the thoroughfare has reared its head.

Seal versus asphalt

Should roads popular with cyclists be finished with spray seal or asphalt?
Queens Avenue contra flow lane

Rail corridor route streamlined

The rail corridor through Ascot Vale and Flemington has long had potential as an attractive bike route, and it is now closer to being realised.
Bike parking in Copenhagen snow

Copenhagen puts focus on bike parking

Copenhagen is racing to its goal of 50% of people riding a bike to work or education by 2025 – but there is a hurdle in the way – not enough bike parking.
VanMoof Subscription bike

A bike subscriber, not an owner

Soon you will be able to shed the anxiety of bicycle ownership while still having one in the shed – your subscription bike.

Northern rides gear up

We've got northern rides galore organised for the coming months as well as a bike fair at UTAS in April and volunteer thank you lunch in May.
Kew Boulevard

Boulie safety upgrade revealed

VicRoads has revealed plans for safety improvements on Kew Boulevard, a very popular road riding circuit close to Melbourne's CBD.