The answer to traffic congestion in our capital cities isn’t in cutting back permanent migration, it’s in investing and creating space for active transport.
The Shearwater Loop ride is an easy 28 km, leaving at 11 am on Sunday 31 March.
AFL mens returns this weekend, and while the MCG car park is closed and parking at other grounds is limited, there is excellent bike access and parking.
With e-scooter hire schemes launching in QLD, SA and NZ, the discussion around where these new transport modes fit into existing systems continues.
The flood-prone underpass on one of Melbourne’s busiest bike routes may finally be in line for a much-needed fix. Your feedback on this project is vital.
As Metro Tunnel works continue around South Kensington Station, further safety measures will make it difficult for bikes to use the Childers Street route.
The Federal Government has announced $10M for construction of the 12 Apostles Trail, a project Bicycle Network has been pushing for 15 years.
blic consultation is being sought for the vital east-west bike route along Inkerman Road between St Kilda and North Caulfield. Your support is essential!
50 bike projects are set to be delivered across Western Australia thanks to the state government’s grants program.
The countdown to National Ride2School Day is on, with Australia set to return to the 1970s next week as students get back on their bikes on Friday 22 March.
Three social rides are coming up in the next two weeks, one to highlight the role of physical activity in managing pain, a Pipeline at night ride and a family ride to Taste the World in Moonah.
Bike Week 2019 is done and dusted, with thanks to all the volunteers who organised events and the people who came along.
In the recent announcement of federal funding for Hobart bicycle infrastructure was $100,000 for on-road bike parking stations.
People who ride know the benefits of streets that are designed for bikes, walking and enjoyment, and now in London some shopkeepers are too.
Organised sport is often spoken about as something that improves our fitness – but is our reliance on organised sport unhealthy?
New research shows man's best friend is adding to the problem of distracted driving, with 1 in 3 dog-owning drivers not safely restraining their dogs in the car.
Some of Australia’s fiercest advocates of road building and the car-based lifestyle are starting to have second thoughts: maybe more cars aren’t the answer?
Groups of bike riders will join a helmet optional ride in protest of Australia’s mandatory helmet laws this weekend on Saturday 16 March.
There will be minor inconvenience for riders along the Maribyrnong Trail in Essendon West for the next four months as part of the Maribyrnong River Main upgrades
Last week a power pole planted itself plumb on the Federation Trail, and apparently no human had anything to do with it. Turns out this pole brings some good news.