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July 2018

Women's Health Week social rides

It’s 50/50 on the Great Outback Escape

Bicycle Network proud to reveal that our newest multi-day event, the Great Outback Escape, is the first ride in our suite of events to achieve gender parity in participation.
Federation Trail Flood

Federation Trail flooded

The Federation Trail at Laverton North was flooded and impassable at the weekend, with no safe work-around.
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Car-free school streets

Vienna is joining cities around the world that are moving to rid school precincts of the scourge of school drops-offs.

Tour de France 2018 recap

With some tough and dramatic days of racing, the final week of the Tour de France 2018 was always going to be thrilling. Here’s how it unfolded.
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Police lay charges over oil traps

Some slick work by Victoria Police has resulted in a Werribee man being charged over a number of oil spills on the Dynon Road bike path last year.
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Vale Wendy Braybon

Bicycle Network is saddened by the news that a long term member and Great Vic Bike Ride enthusiast Wendy Braybon has passed away.
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Moreland earmarks mighty progress

The Moreland City Council has released its draft Integrated Transport Strategy, and it is a progressive and exciting plan that gives good priority to bike riding.

Recall: Close shave with Timemachine

ACT Greens MLA Caroline Le Couteur is putting pressure on ACT Policing and Transport Canberra to step up community education and enforcement of minimum passing distance laws. The law requires drivers to leave at least one metre of space when passing a person riding a bike on the road. “I think many drivers just don’t […]