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The City of Melbourne has called on the powerful business community to support and incentivise bike riding in Melbourne in its latest report.
To mark World Bicycle Day, Bicycle Network is launching a range of Tasmanian ride guides, holding a ride in Hobart and running a social media competition.
United Energy Around the Bay is a bike ride unlike any other with more than 10,000 people taking part year after year.
Sally Capp, Melbourne's freshly-minted Lord Mayor, made the call on her first day to retire the $240 a day mayoral car and use more sustainable transport.
Jean Hailes is offering Bicycle Network members a special discount on tickets to the Women’s Health Week Comedy Gala on Saturday 1 September. The event sold out last year, and this year is expected to be no different with a brilliant show planned. With no topic off limits and a stellar line-up of comedians, this [...]
Melbourne Water, Good Cycles and Bicycle Network will be giving riders free bike tune ups and goodies at Brighton this Saturday.
The City of Hobart has released a new “vision” for Hobart that puts people before cars, and is asking for feedback before it goes to the council for endorsement.
The Midland Highway project has given local bike riders new off-road and on-road lanes between Perth and the Breadalbane roundabout.
West Hobart’s Hill Street is set to undergo a revamp that will benefit people walking and cycling, with work due to start soon.
The Australian Government has pledged $4.8 million for the unfinished sections of the North West Coastal Pathway between Sulphur Creek and Latrobe, joining local government commitments.
For the first time cars have been rated for safety in crashes with bike riders.
People who mainly use cars for transport are heavier than those that use a bike.
Bike manufacturer, Specialized has recalled its 2018 alloy Fuse Comp mountain bike because of faulty crank arms.
The State Budget has provided funding for detailed planning of a new bike and tram bridge over the lower Yarra to Fishermans Bend.
Bicycle Network is calling for mandatory mobile phone intervention technology in cars to take devices out of the hands of drivers.
National Volunteer Week celebrations are in full swing, with Bicycle Network volunteers recognised with honour board induction and life membership tonight.
Despite the average Melburnian's commute being 15 kilometres, three-quarters of all workers are still driving their cars to the office.
Hear from Bicycle Network President Dr Zena Burgess on Greening the Pipeline – a special project that will give Melbourne's west a bike boost.
Bicycle Network Tasmania will celebrate its volunteers with a social ride and thank you lunch tomorrow at the Waterside Pavilion in Hobart
The Inner West Council has decided to have another look at plans for the Lilyfield Cycleway after considering community feedback.
City of Sydney is inviting feedback on measures designed to protect residents of Alexandria and Erskineville from increased traffic due to WestConnex.
Alex Greenwich MP, Independent Member for Sydney, has continued his efforts to improve Sydney's streets for people who ride bikes.
Coogee MP Bruce Notley-Smith has joined the footpath riding campaign, launching a public petition that he will present to NSW parliament.
Further details are now available about bike routes to be included in the Victorian Government's $2.2b suburban roads upgrade.
NSW has become the latest state to introduce minimum passing distance law (MPDL), leaving VIC and the NT the only state and territory without the legislation.
Riders through Footscray should be alert to upcoming changes in road conditions as work on the West Gate Tunnel ramps up.
The Bellarine Peninsula is set to get an important upgrade to its bike infrastructure with the construction of the Drysdale Bypass.
One rare highlight in a lacklustre Victorian Budget for bikes was the announcement of the extension of the Upfield Trail as far as the Ring Road.
The 2018-19 Federal Budget has failed to include any bike-specific and active transport projects – but there may be some light.
We are thanking our hard working volunteers with a lunch at Mawson's Pavilion on Sunday 20 May.
Launceston Council is asking for ideas to make the sreets surrounding the Inveresk precinct more bicycle and pedestrian friendly.
This year’s Around the Bay is mixing it up and moving to Melbourne’s Albert Park.
So keen are the Italians to create a new iconic route for bike riders that they have gone right over the edge to make it a reality.
The 100 year old practice of bikes delivering groceries to you doorstep is making a comeback in the United Kingdom.
A four-week study is underway to evaluate and measure driver compliance with minimum passing distance law in the ACT.
Bicycle Network has quizzed Melbourne Mayor candidates on their bike policies. See which candidates promise to embrace bikes and make riding easier.
Australia's peak body representing cancer doctors is recommending that exercise and bike riding becomes a cornerstone of cancer treatment.
Bicycle Network is calling for volunteers to help out with our bicycle valet stand at the Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival.
Sydneysiders have thrown their support behind public share bikes and protected bike lanes, according to new University of Sydney research.
Bicycle Networks new e-bike flyer tells you everything you need to know about how an electric bicycle operates.
With April now over, we understand that many people are eagerly waiting for the outcome of our helmet policy review.
In Road Safety Week, the best approach for improving safety for bicycle riders is to separate them from vehicle traffic.
Just $22.7 million of Victoria’s roads budget will be spent on bikes and active transport over the next four years, today’s State Budget papers show.
This week marks National Road Safety Week (30 April – 6 May), a week dedicated to highlighting the impact of road trauma and ways to reduce it.