The City of Melbourne next week starts work on a new bike lane configuration outside Flinders Street station for riders entering the city over Princes Bridge.
Well-informed public transport commentator Daniel Bowen's discusses Melbourne's station carpark problem, highlighting bike infrastructure as a real solution.
Electric scooters are expected to be whizzing around the streets this summer as part of a scooter share trial in Australia.
Two recent fatalities in Queensland and Western Australia have yet again highlighted the need for better on-road riding environments.
Bicycle Network is saddened by the sudden passing of cyclist and friend Jonathan Cantwell.
Central Australia made Lonely Planet's top 5 in their recent list of regions ready for the spotlight. Bicycle Network's event team couldn't agree more!
The Copenhagen Region is continuing to roll out its cycling superhighway infrastructure to encourage people to take longer commutes, and it's working!
Brisbane's Ann Street is now enforcing a permanent speed reduction from 60km/h to 40km/h between Creek Street and the Riverside Expressway, as of this week.
A study investigating claims that extreme exercise can be bad for the heart found the opposite to be true. Fitness levels directly reduced risk of death
A major investigation in Amsterdam has found that e-cargo bikes can viably reduce logistic squeeze by replacing 10-15% of delivery vehicle movements.
In a recent VCAT judgement, the opponents of Kingston City's plan to continue the popular rail trail south through Mentone to Mordialloc were sent packing.
The Victorian Greens have unfolded a $250M plan to boost bike riding, including developments in infrastructure, education, bike tourism and existing laws.
The Andrews government has pledged major expansion of the trail network in Melbourne’s north, including a commitment to complete the Plenty River Trail.
Preliminary planning has begun for the new Melbourne boulevard, Shrine to Sea, and bike rider input is being sought by Parks Victoria. Have your say!
News for bike riders from around Tasmania includes widening of the Channel Highway, bicycle valet parking at the one day cricket, community representatives for Glenorchy and Kingborough bicycle committees, and local councillors who support better bicycle infrastructure.
We are holding an E-bike Expo on Sunday 18 November at the Hobart Regatta Grounds, 10am-12pm, to give potential riders the chance to try and e-bike.
We’re celebrating the Open House Hobart weekend with a free social ride on Saturday 10 November that will take in some of the best sites, as well as parking poles at popular addresses.
The popular Clarendon Street bike route through East Melbourne from the MCG to Albert Street will be disrupted from the middle of next week.
Since we announced the outcome of our helmet policy review there has been some solid discussion, but there are some hurtful comments we have to call out.