Hobart council candidates will ride the city’s street this Sunday 30 September to learn how to improve conditions for bicycle riders.
A Bicycle Network member in Sydney is taking on this year's Great Vic Bike Ride, but he'll be doing more than just the 541 kilometres that make up the nine-day event.
There is need for a dramatic change in road safety management in Australia, according to a recently released inquiry into the national road safety strategy
The French Government announced a massive $350million fund to roll-out new bike infrastructure over the next seven years, in a bid to triple cycling by 2024
German car giant Volkswagen has shocked the industry with the introduction of a 3-wheeled cargo e-bike as a solution for the mobility challenges of tomorrow
The 30km/h speed limit trial in the Yarra council area is now underway, with the new speed limits being enforced since 21 September.
The Plenty Road upgrade work zone through Mill Park is to be avoided by riders. It is a construction site with no bike lanes changed operating conditions.
Riders should expect disruption on the Rathdowne Street route in North Carlton from early October, as City West Water is renewing a section of water main.
The completion of the Mernda rail line has focused attention on the new trail that will link bike riders from South Morang to Mernda & stations long the way
Sections of the Great Ocean Road will not be so great for riders over the next couple of months as Regional Roads Victoria ramps up repair work for holidays
A new Victorian law will make unlicensed drivers think twice before jumping behind the wheel of a car and continuing to wreak havoc on the roads
Major demolition activity begins this week at the old City Ford site at Haymarket Roundabout, with increased truck traffic in the area until mid-December
The Federation Trail in Laverton North is passable after being underwater since June. Pumps removed the water, the path was swept & route has been re-opened
All Tasmanian riders who register on the Ride2Work Day portal will go in the running for a super cool black Henty Tube backpack and trucker cap.
We’ve got two rides on offer to celebrate Seniors Week 2018: E-bike Coffee and Cake Ride to MONA on Monday 15 October and Berry Patch feast on Tuesday 16 October.
One of the largest BMX tracks in Australia has opened in Queensland this week, just in time for school holidays.
High driveway lips pose a danger to cyclists - let local councils and the Institute of Public Works Engineers know about driveways higher than the 10mm standard.
A plan to convert one lane of Brisbane’s Victoria Bridge into a two-way lane for active travel is a big win for people who ride and walk.
Around the Bay naming rights partner United Energy is donating $5,000 to Mornington Park Primary School to pump up their bike ed program and get more students riding.
TAC coverage has been officially extended for bike riders involved in crashes with stationary vehicles in Victoria after parliament passed reforms.
A tender has been put out by WA state government to extend the principle shared path along the Fremantle railway line from Grant Street to Victoria Street.
The RACT is calling for ideas to improve Hobart’s traffic congestion now and into the future to help it put together a mobility vision for the capital city
An Around the Bay legend is set to tackle the 210 kilometre anti-clockwise ride on his own in order to keep a 26 year streak alive.
Don't wait to enter Peaks Challenge Falls Creek. This is the best week to lock in your place and here are five reasons why.
The first concepts for the design of a swarth of suburban road upgrades in Melbourne’s north and south are starting to emerge, and they are deflating.
The massive North East Link road project looks set to deliver Melbourne’s biggest ever boost in bike infrastructure investment.
A major mountain bike facility for Warburton in the Yarra Ranges has received $3m in development funding from the State Government.
The State Government has backed the development of the Yarra Valley Trail with $2.5M in funding for the high profile project.
The long anticipated Mullum Mullum Trail in Melbourne’s east opens this weekend, creating a magnificent new circuit for riders.
Riders on Hyde Street near the West Gate Bridge should continue to exercise care as the North Yarra Deviation Sewer Project expands its footprint through this popular riding route.
Riders have reacted positively to the reopening of the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail at the Dean Street underpass near the Moonee Ponds Racecourse.
One of the city’s busiest streets, Victoria Parade in Fitzroy, will be totally closed to traffic for several days the weekend after next.
On Tuesday 4 September, more than 160 people across Queensland and NT got up extra early to help count the numbers of people riding bikes.
PARKing day is a global event designed to help people re-imagine roadways to replace on-street car parking with other activities. Bicycle Network is joining forces with the Planning Insitute of Tasmania and the University of Tasmania this Friday 21 September to take two car parking bays in Collins Street for the day. Bicycle Network will [...]
The Claude Road and Tazmazia ride heads past Mt Roland starting and ending in Sheffield on Sunday 23 October.
Police have charged a journalist following a crash four months ago that seriously injured a bike rider on a popular riding route.
Just as bike riders begin to grapple with the implications of driverless motor cars taking to the streets, we could also come face-to-face with something more familiar—a robot on bike wheels.
Bontrager has recalled its Line Pro flat pedals because the spindles can break.
Many bike riders say they have developed a sixth sense to detect when walkers ahead of them are distracted by their phone, and now researchers have discovered why.
Queensland Police have developed a new program to assist police officers in the field gather evidence and enforce safe passing laws
Running from Saturday 22 to Sunday 30 September, NSW Bike Week is a state-wide celebration of all things bike riding.
Bicycle Network CEO Craig Richards has given his thoughts on the upcoming Victorian state election and why it shouldn't fought out over freeways.
The world’s leading health agency has called for urgent action on physical inactivity with a new report finding that a quarter of all adults worldwide fail to get enough exercise.
The North-West Coastal Pathway is is set to be extended to from Sulphur Creek to Latrobe after the state government confirmed $4.8 million of funding.
Macquarie Point is set to get two new bike paths through the site, if a development application lodged with the City of Hobart receives approval.
A freedom of information request has revealed that you’re more likely to be fined for not having a bell on your bike than you are for a close pass in a car.