A Fremantle business owner has been granted the right to build a bike shelter outside his High Street shop, following a 64-year legal battle with the city.
Is the bicycle’s comeback about to pick up speed? The answer is yes, according to BBC program 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy.
Bicycle news from around Tassie, including bike paths in Kingston, Hobart Council committee members, Legislative Council elections and East Coast path funding.
The City of Hobart has released an action plan of new technology ideas that could help the council to deliver its City Vision, called Connected Hobart.
The Australian Labor Party has said they will create a $260 million bike fund to build new cycleways if they win the federal election.
Bicycle Network held a forum at its Melbourne office last night to discuss car parking and the allocation of space in modern cities. Here's our take on what parking means for bikes.
The choice of a long or short ride from the Burnie Yacht Club on Sunday 28 April and an exploration of new Hobart paths and bridge on Wednesday 1 May.
Contacting your local candidates this federal election will help strengthen the voice for people who ride bikes in Australia.
Liberal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has promised that a re-elected Coalition will invest millions on Melbourne’s Yarra Boulevard and Walmer Street bridge.
The RACT has released its 30 year transport vision plan for Hobart, with separated cycleways and cycling for transport strongly supported.
National Road Safety Week is next month from 5 to 12 May and Bicycle Network is encouraging people who ride bikes to get involved.
More details have been revealed of the bike infrastructure to be delivered as part of the massive North East Link road and tunnel project.
Australians should be paid $5 every time they ride a bike to work under a new scheme proposed by Australia’s biggest bike riding organisation, Bicycle Network.
Contracts for the first stage of the long-awaited trail from Lilydale to Yarra Glen have been awarded by Yarra Ranges Shire, with work starting this month.
The Morrison Government has promised to establish an Office of Road Safety if re-elected, a small but important step toward protecting the safety of all road users.
Why Bicycle Network chose to use the phrase 'bike riders' instead of 'cyclists' to help defuse the media-driven narrative of a war between cars and bikes.
With the end of daylight saving the time has arrived for riders to get the bike lights on the bike. We discuss some of the best practices and myths with bike lights.
Work has started on a new separated bike lane from Footscray to Kensington, linking the existing separated lane along Dynon Road to the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail.
Major cities around the world are realising the benefits of reclaiming the kerb space dedicated to car parking to inject life back into the streets. Join the discussion.
VicRoads has installed blind spot mirrors at two Melbourne intersections to test if they can potentially reduce the incidence of left-hook crashes.