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.
Riders may notice some service vehicles in proximity to the Federation Trail near Werribee soon.
Work on the new $13.4M Carlton water main down Canning Street starts on Monday, and the first detour will be in place on Tuesday morning.
Do you ride a bike to work? Let us know why you do or don't so we can make your commute easier.
Australia’s national infrastructure planners say we must overcome low rates of active transport to improve transport and sustainability across the nation.
Bike lovers prepared to go to extreme lengths to stop crooks pinching their favourite ride might at last have the answer, if they can lift it.
There are places in Melbourne that you should be able to ride a bike, but are not allowed. Help us fix these sticking points.
Cannondale has recalled its disk braked CAADX cyclocross bikes from model years 2013 to 2016, offering full replacements free of charge.
The Bellarine Rail Trail will be temporarily closed near Drysdale to enable a bridge lift, with a detour in place from 26 August to 7 September.
There’s something for everyone in our Sprent ride on Sunday 25 August, with loops within loops to cater to four different routes.
A new study has found that e-scooter programs do not reduce the environmental impact of transportation systems, and in most cases increase greenhouse emissions.
Bicycle Network is working with there Colac primary schools and the local council to launch a new initiative to increase physical activity and reduce traffic congestion.
Which do you prefer – grinding up a long relentless hill, or facing the full-frontal forces of the wind? Discussing the differences, similarities and person preference.
Moreland City has backed supporting major changes to struggling Sydney Road following a report to the council recommending a trial of separated bike lanes along the route.
A Swedish bike brand and coffee giant Nespresso have taken the love affair between riding bikes and drinking coffee to the next level.
ACT Greens have called for more investment to confirm Canberra as a leading mountain biking destination in Australia.
Bike rider numbers continue to grow on Melbourne’s dedicated bike routes, show results from the 2019 Super Tuesday report.
The Legislative Council has delivered its final report into the North East Rail Trail giving the state government’s compromise solution the thumbs up but trail opponents have vowed to fight on.
Moreland City will weigh up supporting major changes to struggling Sydney Road following a report to the council recommending a trial of separated bike lanes along the route.
Adelaide's Frome Street bikeway was redesigned along with the rest of the streetscape to achieve an outcome that suited all stakeholders.
The Commencal Ramones 16” children’s mountain bike has been recalled as it is fitted with the wrong brakes.
Genuine public consultation and data collection are key to getting a separated cycleway up and running, the August Bike Futures forums in Hobart and Launceston heard.
Help us keep our bike lanes and pedestrian crossings clear by enforcing road rule 128.
Now the Legislative Council inquiry into the North East Rail Trail has concluded, it’s time for the state and federal governments to get the project back on track,
As the upgrade of Plenty Road through Mernda continues, detours are now in place at Bridge Inn Road.
The mountain bike park at Forrest could be linked to the coast at Lorne and Wye River.
Is it a good idea to have bike riding insurance, and what kind of coverage should it include?
A Texas bike rider recently discovered a handy new use for Strava, using it to spell out a marriage proposal to his then girlfriend, now fiancé.
Recent research in the UK suggests incentives to boost e-bikes are better-value, more equitable and healthier than subsidising the purchase of electric cars.
Electric assisted cargo bike share schemes seem to have hit the sweet spot as people re-think the need to invest in bulky SUVs to move stuff.
The South Australian mountain bike community have received a nice boost for young riders, with 13km of family-friendly track added to O'Halloran Hill Recreation Park.
A Pedalec certified e-bike designed by a small Western Australian business has taken out one of the oldest and most prestigious international design awards.