A driver who fell asleep while driving moments before striking and killing bike rider Colin Waters in Taylors Lakes was today ordered to serve ten months' jail in youth facility.
Two major trail expansions in Melbourne’s north—situated along railway corridors—have been frozen due to a recently discovered legal anomaly.
Could the Xiaomi QiCycle represents the new look for e-bikes? Small, light, simple and convenient like an iPhone, at around the same price.
The City of Hobart has released plans for its first stretches of on-road separated cycleways on Campbell and Argyle streets.
Bicycle Network's Tasmanian budget submission, Glenorchy MTB park, Hobart Council news, state government plans for the Channel Hwy and Risdon Vale Bike Collective's Christmas sale make up this edition's bike news bites.
We've compiled the results from our annual member survey and thought we'd share some of the results with you.
Copenhagen’s attempt to lure more people into commuting longer distances with a series of cycle superhighways continues to be successful.
Prostate cancer patients undergoing hormone therapy now have a way of reducing the unwelcome side effects — regular exercise.
We thought we’d take the opportunity to reflect on a year of fighting for the rights of bike riders and campaigning for better bike riding conditions.
How does Bicycle Network work to make riding easier? CEO Craig Richards explains the tricky but important advocacy process.
Tackling the climbs in the Dandenong Ranges is about to get a little easier thanks to progress with the Mount Dandenong Tourist Road safety improvements project.
The Capital City Trail will be closed for the first week in January for tram works at Nicholson Street as part of the Route 96 upgrade project. See map of detour.
The Christmas break can be the perfect time to jump back on the bike and carry healthy habits into the new year. Check out our guide to getting started!
The first section of the Yarra Valley Trail – 7.5km from Lilydale to Yering – is almost completed and should be open for the holidays.
Matt de Neef from theclimbingcyclist.com has provided the following detailed description of a climb many other Melbourne riders know all too well.
Our popular Pipeline ride is back for a post-Christmas, pre-new year spin, helping you get back into riding fitness after any festive indulgences and ready to face a new decade on Sunday 29 December.
Bicycle Network is asking Aussie parents and children to take on the ‘summer screen time cycling challenge’ these school holidays to help get their daily dose of exercise.
After months of review, analysis and consultation, the Inkerman Street route through north Caulfield has been selected as the major East-West bike corridor to link the Djerring Trail to St Kilda Road.
We want you help to show Sydney Road retailers that making it easy for people to ride is good for business.
Worried it might be difficult to keep in shape for Peaks Challenge Falls Creek during the festive season? Here's a guide from the 11 hour wave leader.
Launceston’s Tomorrow Together community consultation is now focusing on transport, asking people to fill out an online survey and contribute to their online map.
65-year-old Timothy Scollary was sentenced to three years jail for driving into and killing Michael Grinter while he was riding his bike on 4 December 2018.
Paul from the Cammeray Roadies recalls his epic team saga from Peaks Challenge Falls Creek 2019. The highs, the lows, and the lure of 2020.
Melbourne newspaper The Age has come out in support of lowering speed limits to make our streets safer.
Bike lanes have been stripped from plans to upgrade a busy Ballarat Street, and although there is a valid reason, riders are again short-changed.
Elizabeth Street Richmond—the continuation of the major Albert Street east-west connection into Melbourne’s CBD—is set for a big upgrade.
A proposed rail trail between Queanbeyan and Bombala in NSW has the potential to inject more than $24 million in tourism dollars into the local area if it gets the go ahead.
Rider Rescue is a new service that will give riders the confidence to pedal worry-free knowing that we have your back if something goes wrong on the road.
A swathe of new trails across Melbourne’s outer suburbs are moving closer to construction with tenders soon to be set and construction scheduled for later in the year.
Reatailers often argue that most of their customers arrive by car. New, local research shows that is not the case.
Launceston is going car-free for an arvo, Bicycle Network set to provide valet parking at the cricket and tennis, obesity forum in Hobart, an image gallery from this year's Hobart E-bike Expo, and much more in this weeks news bites.
Although Amsterdam is renowned for its dense bike traffic, it is unhealthy car commutes that will be getting the chop under a new transport plan.
The new Lille Langebro cycle and pedestrian bridge opened recently, a stunning gift to the city of Copenhagen from an innovative property developer.
World leading experts will explore new avenues to improve safety on our roads at a symposium scheduled for Melbourne in March 2020.
For decades bikes have been the poor cousin when it came to intercity train travel, but it seems the trend is slowly being reversed.
Germany’s e-cargo bikeshare trial—known as TINK—has been so successful that it has been made permanent and is now expanding across the country.
That's a wrap! Last Sunday, the final riders crossed under our big blue arch in Torquay to conclude our greatest Great Vic yet.
Public bikes might be about to jump back onto the streets, with two Melbourne councils looking at working with electric share bike operators.
Victorian motorists who use their mobile phones while driving will be targeted in a trial of overhead cameras and could face hefty penalities.
The Department of State Growth has revised plans to widen the Tasman Highway between the airport and Midway Point causeway and new plans include a shared riding and walking path along the northern edge of the road.
The Queensland Government is sending a strong message to drivers who illegally use their phone while driving, introducing the toughest penalties in Australia.
Our Tasmanian Public Affairs Manager Alison Hetherington holidayed in Japan recently and couldn’t resist taking a peak at the local bike facilities.
The local community will get a look at proposed changes to the Mt Dandenong Tourist Road on Thursday when project information is revealed in Ferny Creek.
Our North-West riders are avoiding the Christmas rush by holding their festive season ride on Sunday 29 December this year.
Neil Baird-Watson wrote down notes after each day of riding from Robe to Torquay – here is his diary of the 2019 Great Vic Bike Ride.