In exciting news for all Sydneysiders, the NSW Government will be funding the construction of four new separated cycleways in the City of Sydney.
Bicycle Network is calling on the Victorian Government to move Melbourne’s blue share bikes to another city instead of sending them to the scrap heap.
The Ballarat bike path saga continues, with new designs for a cycleway down Sturt Street remaining a topic of hot debate.
Meet Cath, one of our members who came off her bike on a trail ride, leaving her with some pretty serious injuries. Thankfully, her membership had her covered.
The Bell-Moreland level crossing project will deliver a new, broad and dedicated 2.5 km bike trail along the Upfield line in Coburg and Brunswick.
A determined barrister in Sydney has offered a $1000 reward and free legal advice (no questions asked) for the return of her incredibly rare imported bike.
The City of Glen Eira has introduced Dandenong Road and Alma Road as potentially part of the solution for a major east-west bike corridor from Caulfield to St Kilda.
South Gippsland has launched a mapping exercise to identify the good and the bad aspects of bike routes across the shire, and they want your input.
A new Swedish study has found that fitness rates are declining at a dangerous rate, but an active lifestyle can help reverse the trend, and could save your life.
New kerb management technology being tested in Washington DC highlights the end of a 70 year dominance of street kerb space by the parked, private motor car.
The pedal-less Trek Kickster bike for kids has been recalled due to a faulty steerer tube clamp. Affected models were sold nationally between 2012 and 2019.
Modern technology has breathed new life into a relic of riding from an earlier age — the bottle dynamo is back better than ever in the form of the CadenceX.
Two new Hobart projects are good first steps in joining up the city’s bicycle network and are set to be voted on by the city council in coming weeks.
Riders should be alert to tram works on Nicholson Street in the vicinity of the intersection with the Capital City Trail.
A new bike store in Launceston, a fourth go around at the Paris Brest, changes to Greater Hobart Bill & more parking in Devonport.
Is Hobart sufferring traffic congestion? That’s what the Tasmanian Parliament’s Legislative Council will attempt to determine in a new inquiry that’s calling for submissions before 27 September.
The North-East Wineries Tour takes in Tasmania’s premier wineries and vineyards and can be ridden over three to four days or in discrete sections.
Soldier On are a team riding United Energy Around the Bay for the third year in a row, having built a special bond between their community and the benefits of riding a bike.
When the elevated rail tracks are under construction for the level crossing removals on the Upfield line in Brunswick and Coburg, where will the bikes go?
The East Brunswick shimmy route should be more popular with riders soon when the street is closed to motor traffic at the northern extent at Albert Street.