VicRoads has re-started its project to reconfigure car-choked Sydney Road, with concepts opened for public feedback until Sunday 14 July.
Our bicycle valet parking is busy this weekend, with gigs at the Huon Valley Community Bonfire and the AFL at Blundstone Arena.
Riders along the Main Yarra Trail in Richmond should keep on the alert for a small drilling rig in early July.
Described as FNQ's most important tourism project, the Wangetti Trail mountain bike and hiking path from Palm Cove to Port Douglas has been guaranteed funding.
In a move to promote the use of e-bikes, the UK Government have refreshed their Ride to Work scheme to abandon the £1,000 limit on purchasing bikes and equipment.
Planning is underway to link up a continuous 6000 kilometre trail across the US. The Great American Rail Trail will link up more than 125 existing trails across the country.
The Revelate Designs Terrapin 14L System Bike Seat Bag has been recalled because it may detach and become entangled in the rear wheel and cause a crash.
The garbage truck driver involved in the crash that killed an 18 year-old bike rider in Bendigo has a history of methamphetamine use, the court has been told.
Amsterdam, London and Oslo are the latest to push forward with plans to reduce car dependency and boost public and active transport.
New studies are showing that psychiatric inpatients with complex needs can greatly benefit from the positive effects of exercise such as riding a bike.
A new bicycle cities index has ranked and rated 90 global cities to determine which city is best for bike riders and it comes as no surprise that European cities dominate the top 10.
The Glen Eira Bicycle User Group have a couple of social bike rides coming up that Bicycle Network members are more than welcome to join in on.
Uber reveal plans to introduce their electric bike and scooter share company Jump to Australia and New Zealand as part of a measured, data-driven expansion.
Our north-west riders’ group like to mix it up with multi-day rides and this time they are heading to Mole Creek for the weekend 27–28 July and everyone’s invited.
The state government has set aside $14 million to implement pedestrian and cycling improvements to the Tasman Bridge in the coming three years.
The Hobart City Council is set to consider its first on-road separated cycleway in a community proposal to install an uphill separated lane on Elizabeth Street between Melville and Warwick streets.
The new Fremantle bike plan is designed to encourage more people to ride bikes in the area, and is out for public comment until July 1 2019. Have your say.
Despite a record infrastructure spend of $93 billion over the next four years, the latest NSW Budget is decidedly light when it comes to any detail on active transport commitments.
Due to construction work by the Level Crossings Removal Authority at Carrum there will be a series of changes to the road alignment in the coming month.
Some 16 km of green-rated mountain bike trails opened last weekend in Railton, with a big crowd of bike riders attending to welcome the new stage of the Wild Mersey network. Stage 2 of Wild Mersey includes a pump track at Railton, new tracks in Goliath Park and a linking track between the Warrawee Reserve [...]
The infamous steps on the Main Yarra Trail at Chandler Highway are gone for good, replaced by a magnificent swooping ramp.
If you haven’t heard by now – we’re going to New Zealand! That’s right, our search for great bike riding escapes has led us across the ditch in 2020 for the Great Kiwi Escape.
In 2019 we are celebrating our greatest Great Vic ever, and the bike riding adventure coincides with another great milestones - 100 years of the Great Ocean Road.
In an effort to drastically reduce the road toll, speed limits across WA could be slashed by up to 10km/ following a progressive proposal by the state’s Road Safety Council.
The busy Napier Street bike route through Fitzroy will be disrupted for the next month or more as City West Water contractors work on a water main in the street.
Police are offering a $500k reward for information that identifies the person responsible for shooting a cyclist on the Myrtleford-Everton Rail Trail in 2017.
Lane Cove Council has released plans to connect missing links in Sydney's North Shore cycle network to make the region more accessible and safe for riders.
A woman who was using her mobile phone just moments before her car struck a bike rider from behind has been found not guilty by a Perth jury.
A new feature is being trialed in the Uber app in North America to alert passengers to watch for bikes if they're dropped off on a street with bike lanes.
Tasmania’s cycling positive provisioning policy is good in theory but has been let down by recent upgrades which have made roads more dangerous for riders.
A new cycleway has been proposed that will connect Tempe and Mascot around the Sydney Airport as part of the $2.2 billion Sydney Gateway project.
Bicycle Network has teemed up with the University of Tasmania and Cycling South to conduct a count of people walking and riding using the new Macquarie Point shared path and Remembrance Bridge.
Launceston citywide consultation, Tasman Hwy roundabouts and Battery Point Slipyards master plan open for comment, new tracks and car park for Bay of Fires MTB track and Sheffield-Railton Rail Trail re-opened to the public.
Victoria is on track to record its worst road toll in 14 years. It's time for bold action on road safety.
Two initiatives are underway for potential coastal trails linking coastal towns and hamlets on the Victorian southern coastline.
The heavy lifting has started on the first section of the Yarra Valley Trail that will connect Yarra Glen and Healesville to the Lilydale-Warburton Rail Trail.
Our Don to Latrobe social ride on Sunday 30 June is the chance to tackle a longer ride without too many hills to slow you down.
All the required funding has now been secured for the extension of the Bay Trail to Mordialloc, with work on the extension set to begin sometime this year.
Work on the new overpass that will take the Federation Trail safely over Doherty’s Road in Laverton North is due to start within weeks, with detour details to come.
A study measuring physical activity in residents pre and post developing of a bike-friendly thoroughfare proved that investing in infrastructure does get more people active.
Ireland is developing two major bike routes to structure and promote the development of cycling tourism throughout the country and along the Atlantic Coast Route.