A fresh approach to transport planning in Victoria could result in better connected roads and public transport and a compelling mesh of easy-to-ride bike routes.
If you are out and about on your bike in the CBD this Sunday morning be aware that there will be roadworks outside Flinders St Station that will close the road.
Poor investigative techniques by police have impacted the ability of the Coroner to give more definitive findings in the inquest into the death of endurance rider Mike Hall.
The Melbourne Metro Tunnel project is using innovative GPS technology to keep construction vehicles on approved roads and away from bike riders.
Melbourne Water is looking into revitalising the section of Stony Creek that runs along the back of Sunshine Hospital which would create a new bike route.
A review of how school zone boundaries are set is underway, and Bicycle Network would like to see the opportunity for active travel to school taken in to consideration.
General Motors has joined the long conga line of car companies looking to enter the bike business as car sales retreat, with a snazzy new design.
A new US study has found that driver distraction laws have greatly reduced motorcycle deaths, raising the question whether the people on bicycles are also safer.
A new study has confirmed that half of the bike injuries on the road come from crashes that involve just one vehicle: your bike.
A sudden mechanical failure has lead to the tragic death of an Ocean Grove rider, igniting reminders for all riders to regularly check the structural integrity of older bikes.
The Premier's Active April encourages Victorians to 30 mins of exercise per day during April, and National Ride2School Day on March 22 is the perfect warm up!
Contrary to current concerns of Bondi Junction businesses, studies show transforming car parking space to accommodate bike paths has a positive impact on retail.
A recent article highlighted a congestion issue at a Melbourne primary school that has reached crisis level. The Ride2School team believe they may be able to help.
After a long wait, Hobart's City Deal was finally signed by all levels of government last week but there was no new money for cycling or walking.
Pedal Power e-bike trial sessions are now open for bookings at www.bicyclenetworktasmania.com.au
The Legislative Council held public hearings in its North East Rail Trail inquiry in Launceston and Scottsdale in February, but this week’s proroguing of parliament means the dates of further hearings are now unknown. The Legislative Council will have to reinstate the inquiry following parliament’s return on 19 March and set new hearing dates, although [...]
Hobart council starts Elizabeth Street project and plans to seal Huon Road, the North West Coastal Pathway still stalled, Meehan Range set for upgrade and Freycinet shared path on the planning board.
Tim Ellison is saddling up for his tenth Peaks Challenge Falls Creek ride in 2019. We asked him about some of his favourite moments and for some tips for the rest of us.
10 times Peaks finisher Mark McLean told us it never gets easier, but having a group of like minded "nutjobs" by your side makes the challenge worthwhile.
Tom Pawikowski shares his story of blind determination, painful setbacks and dogged perseverance in his quest to cross the finish line at Peaks Challenge Falls Creek.