Hobart alderman Tanya Denison has proposed the Hobart Council investigate the possibility of using the Hobart Rivulet tunnel underneath the city centre for a walking and cycling commuter route.
A loophole that lets Victorian drivers get away with speeding a breaking road rules needs to be closed so that dangerous drivers can be taken off the road.
2019 National Cycling Participation Survey is disappointing again. The results show more of the same problems that plague Australian bike riders.
The Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2019–2023 has outlined active living as a focus area to improve the wellbeing of our people and communities.
Bicycle Network's partner law firm Maurice Blackburn have put together an interesting legal perspective on signalling when riding a bike.
The Quarry Park trails, skills park and pump track, just up from the Maribyrnong River in Footscray, are due to open on Saturday 12 October.
New technology has helped large scale physical activity studies provide compelling insights into the role of physical activity in reducing the risk of death.
The main Yarra Trail underpass at the Swan Street Bridge will get some safety tweaks next month, requiring a temporary closure from Monday 30 September.
The development application for the University of Tasmania's new pedestrian and cycling bridge over the North Esk has raised questions for bike riders.
A huge North American study of 28 million car trips has confirmed that speeding is the strongest predictor of crashes on our roads.
Harley Davidson has released the first images of its forthcoming range of e-bikes, and they look great. The company has hinted at a release in 2021.
Decathlon has recalled its BTWIN Bike Carrier Adaptor Bar, used for carrying bikes with non-standard frames on a rear strap bike rack or suspended frame.
Technology innovation giant Apple has been awarded a US patent on a door hinge control system that could potentially reduce the risk of dooring.
New map showing bike parking, Bicycle Network gets into PARKing Day action, Critical Mass, proposal for the Derwent Entertainment Centre grounds and Wild Mersey MTB tracks stage 2.
New travel survey results from the University of Tasmania have helped ease concerns about traffic congestion around the Hobart and Launceston campuses.
NSW is set to become the first state in the world to roll out roadside cameras that can detect illegal mobile phone use while driving.
The ACT government is considering car-free days in Canberra as a way to lower the territory’s emissions and encourage more people to ride.
Bicycle Network talking about the benefits of cars? No, we haven't been hacked. We've actually found a valuable ally on our mission to help build a healthier and happier Australia.
Bicycle Network's Ride2School program will keep rolling for at least two more years in Victoria with the Andrews Labor Government committing $1.4 million.
A green wave for bike riders on Albert Street in East Melbourne will be made permanent after a trial by City of Melbourne found it reduced travel times by almost one minute.