Works starts on a new water main under Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD on Monday, and some disruption to the busy bike route will result.
The Freycinet National Park master plan outlines a number of ideas to better cater to cycling and is open for public comment until 22 July 2018
Bike riders in the Heidelberg and Yarra Flats area are being sought for a focus group next week to give feedback on bike bike network improvements.
Bicycle Network is concerned about a warning from Victoria Police that bike riders shouldn't wear headphones because it increases the risk of fatal crashes.
A new upgrade to Moray Street in South Melbourne that includes a bike lane design at a roundabout that is a Victorian first is about to open.
We were surprised to find that Facebook don't object to bike riders being targeted on the road despite it clearly breaching their own community standards.
Work on Tasmania’s first urban separated bicycle lane in Glenorchy is nearly finished, providing a connection between the Intercity Cycleway and the city centre.
Work begins this week to link the Clarence Foreshore Trail to the northern side of the Tasman Bridge.
We're celebrating the winter solstice with a night ride on kunanyi/Mount Wellington.
Tasmania's bicycle rider numbers have shown no change in the annual Super Tuesday commuter count.
A major project to move the North Yarra Sewer Main under Whitehall Street, Footscray, will close the street to on-road bike riders for the next 12 months.
Works on the bike bridge between Parkville and Flemington will cause disruption to some riders on the Capital City Trail route during July.
The makeover of Southbank Boulevard is about to start, delivering a critically needed bike route through the precinct on the south side of the Yarra.
Motor vehicle trips into central Melbourne have plunged 27 per cent in the last 10 years, and must continue to decline if the city is to grow and thrive.
Rob Priestley is one of Bicycle Network’s legendary volunteers. As a life member and honour board inductee, chances are you’ve seen Rob if you’ve come along to any Bicycle Network event in the last decade. In fact, he’s volunteered on 31 events in the last 10 years, including a seven year run as the Team [...]
Melbourne seems set to join other leading world cities and dial back car parking, freeing street space for more important tasks.
A change to Victorian road rules means that there is going to be an increase in unwelcome obstructions in bike lanes, and we'd like to get your thoughts.
The SA government say that the Great Southern Bike Trail is gaining traction among their Victorian counterparts – but bike riders may be disappointed.
Ford Europe has joined a growing list of car makers seeking to make peace with bike riders bike detection and behaviour change technology.
The commonwealth government has released a new road safety action plan for the next two years, but we will have to wait to see how much action there is.
Australians may be living longer, but our biennial health report card shows that we need to work on the lifestyle factors that impact our quality of life.
A major sewer project in Spotswood will put the squeeze on bike riders using Hyde Street from next week with some closures in place.
VicRoads has made it easy for road users to keep up to date with any changes to the road rules.
Australia's biggest bike ride is being amped up, with a new official energy supplier coming on board in an exciting three year partnership.
As part of Men's Health Week, Bicycle Network is calling on Australian men to go back to the shed, and get out their bikes.
oBikes may no longer be seen on Melbourne's streets, with reports that the share bike operator is withdrawing from the city.
Streets in Northcote and Thornbury are about to become much more bike-friendly as the local community moves to push out dangerous rat-running motorists.
The awkward, misaligned Toorak Road crossing along the Anniversary Trail in Camberwell will be eliminated by a new overpass.
Melbourne Metro has publicly released designs for the new stations on the underground line under construction, confirming the provision of bike parking.
A major upgrade to Defence Road in Point Nepean National Park has placed restrictions on bike access for the next couple of months.
Riding two abreast has been a hot topic in the past week, but with united support from bike riders and authorities, the rule is here to stay.
Hundreds of people and their bikes in all shapes and sizes, gathered at our inaugural World Bicycle Day event.
Bicycle Network is working with the Victorian State Government to help make it easier to ride to train stations across the state.
The renewal of the M41 water main through North Fitzroy will periodically inconvenience riders who take the busy Napier Street route.
The Main Yarra Trail and Chandler Highway will be subject to periodical night closures from tonight as the final two sets of beams are lifted into place for the Chandler Highway bridge project.
Melbourne’s first taste of dockless bike share has turned sour with environmental authorities moving to squeeze the yellow machines from the city’s footpaths.
People who ride bikes in Victoria are set to have an extended right to TAC compensation under new legislation introduced to State Parliament.
Work is progressing steadily on the Brighton main sewer along Beach Road and the Bay trail and so far any disruption has been manageable for riders along the busy bike corridor.
The missing links in the kunanyi/Mount Wellington mountain bike trail network could soon be in place, allowing people to ride the foothill tracks without having to ride on the road.
Tasmanians will be the guinea pigs inr understanding what it takes to get people out of cars and into active transport and public transport, in the new Health by Stealth research project.
The ink had hardly dried on Uber’s $200M acquisition of bike share firm Jump Bikes when its major competitor, Lyft, swooped on another bike share operator, Motivate.
IKEA’s flat pack Sladda bike has been recalled because the drive belt can snap suddenly.
No doubt it sounds strange when you read the headline, but drivers in the Netherlands are being pinged by radar guns outside schools for driving "under' the speed limit, and it's all good.
Bicycle Network Tasmania has launched a range of ride guides to help locals and visitors enjoy all the state has to offer.
In 2019, Bicycle Network is heading to Australia’s red centre for the very first time and you’re invited.
As part of our Bike Futures Conference in Hobart, we're hosting a special free screening of the film Why We Cycle for our members and friends.
If you’ve longed to have a go at one of the big bike rides interstate but don’t have anyone to ride with or are unsure about transporting your bike, then take a look at Bike Ride’s valet service for Around the Bay in a Day.