Bicycle Network Tasmania is providing free bicycle valet parking at the Taste of Tasmania, offering the chance to win a day’s electric bike hire for two from Cranke.
We are calling on those who are passionate about riding bikes to write a letter to the Premier expressing what you'd like to see done for bikes in in 2019.
As Melbourne Water moves to the next stage of the M41 water main project in North Fitzroy, further detours will be introduced in January.
We are calling on those who are passionate about riding bikes to write a letter to Premier Andrews telling him what you'd like to see done for bikes in Victoria.
The City of Darebin has announced that it will construct a new single span bridge over the creek at Tee street, Kingsbury, to connect the Darebin Creek trail.
The warmer weather is kicking in, and while we are all excited to enjoy time on the bike over the summer break, it is important to take certain precautions.
James Sheppard, the young man who rode 20km Around the Bay just 5 months after a heart transplant, is now gearing up for a 200km ride for a special cause.
Darebin council are opening the conversation for innovative ideas on ways to utilise wasted car park space to create room for other things like bike paths.
This week some lucky students received an early Christmas present as part of Bicycle Networks 'ugly Christmas jersey' campaign - a brand new Reid bike!
England’s major preventative health agency has shared some in depth analysis on the health benefits of regular physical activity such as bike riding.
Reports in the U.S. suggests that emergency vehicles like fire trucks should slim down so that streets can be made safer and more liveable for other users.
There is a $500M plan to connect a corridor for walking and riding through the heart of LA County, along the famed concrete channel that is the LA River.
A report on the proposed 208km Monaro rail trail from Queanbeyan to Bombala suggest that the route could offer considerable tourism potential to the region.
THE Hobart City Deal could play an important role in changing transport choices in Hobart. One of the goals of the deal is to invest in infrastructure to provide efficient transport that enhances accessibility and liveability. This seems to have been interpreted as public transport in the form of ferries, light rail and efficient buses. [...]
Bicycle Network is providing valet bike parking at the Taste of Tasmania and Hobart Hurricanes cricket matches over summer.
A new 3 metre wide shared path running between Snug and Margate has been officially opened, with locals already embracing the easy link between the two towns.
Bicycle Network is calling for the introduction of a special police unit to enforce the safe passing of people who ride bikes on the road.
In Victoria we have a problem—the way bike rider fatalities are reported in the media upsets and angers many people.
Works on the Hyde Street Bridge over Stoney Creek in Yarraville will be a minor inconvenience for riders along the Bay Trail West until March next year.
Planning is underway for a reconfiguration of West Footscray Station to incorporate the Western Turnback facility for the Melbourmne Metro Tunnel.
The results of a community consultation on Melbourne's next transport strategy show positive community reaction to press ahead with prioritising active transport.
A new and comprehensive study of pedestrian injuries resulting from collisions with people who ride bikes in Melbourne has found that such crashes are rare.
The old bridge on the Western Ring Road Trail at Jacana is to be replaced with a more satisfactory structure as part of the Inland Rail Project. Your feedback is welcome.
There will be minor detours on the Maribyrnong Trail in Essendon West over the next few weeks as part of the Maribyrnong River Main Sewer upgrade investigations.
The City of Melbourne has asked police to get tough with bike riders riding illegally through the Bourke Street Mall after a complaint from a local pedestrian.
The Pascoe Vale Road sewer relining project gets underway soon and may have some impact on riders in the Pascoe Vale and Strathmore areas from early next year.
Melbourne Water will have intermittent road closures on Alfred Crescent, Falconer and Scotchmer Streets in December and January for the M41 Water Main Project.
The proposal to develop a 500km north-south bike route through central England in conjunction with the High Speed 2 rail project seems to be going nowhere.
An interesting study of a huge group of riders in Denmark has provided powerful proof that people who ride bikes live longer than those that choose not to.
A survey by the University of Sydney found the majority of Australians would rather be charged directly for travel rather than pay fuel excises and registration.
The City of Yarra is looking for local input in order to finalise options to improve two dicey road crossings on the busy Capital City Trail in North Fitzroy.
A global analysis of childhood physical activity paints a grim picture of Australia — our children are not moving enough and we’re falling behind the rest of the world.
Bicycle Network is asking members and riders to send videos of close and dangerous passes to help us with a special minimum passing distance project.
Celebrate Christmas with a cycle along the coast on Sunday 23 December to the Berry Patch in Turners Beach – festive season decorations mandatory!
The 35th Great Vic Bike Ride has come to a fantastic finish. Read about how it all went down and check out some of the highlights in this wrap up of the event.
Bicycle Network has made a submission to the Tasmanian Government’s budget process, calling for a $32 million bicycle infrastructure fund to build safer cycleways.
You may have noticed some ABC film crews following around the Great Vic this year. We've collated all the videos from the ABC in one place for you to enjoy.
Bicycle riders in Hobart have had two small wins with the lengthening of the green bicycle signal at Evans Street and the relocation of a pole on the Channel Highway in Taroona.
High fuel prices mixed with better weather could be the catalyst some people need to switch to a bike to get to work and study.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are reviewing the three highways bordering Hobart’s Queens Domain to come up with a plan to improve transport through the area, including cycling and walking.