We chatted with some riders who have recently visited Bright and are encouraging the riding community to #RollOnBack to bushfire-affected towns this summer.
Our mate Matt de Neef from theclimbingcyclist.com has provided a detailed description of a climb that needs no introduction to anyone who's taken on Peaks.
We want you to help us design better cycling jerseys for women. Register your interest in joining our focus group.
We've been talking about solving Hobart's traffic congestion for years, let's make this year one of action in getting separated cycleways into the city centre.
Should driving into a city be considered as antisocial as smoking on a bus? That's what a Guardian columnist from the UK is calling for.
A new plan for the Meehan Range, a shared path along the Huon River, Wellington Park visitors strategy and Tasman Bridge path closures feature in this version of Tassie Bike News Bites.
In a first Transport for London is using artificial intelligence to to analyse video feeds and count bikes and pedestrians in real time.
The Upfield rail line will close for an extended period in early February as work gets underway to elevate an 2.5km length of the rail line in Coburg.
A new road crossing on the Federation Trail at Laverton has been installed the wrong way around, and nobody even noticed that bikes should have priority.
A short section of the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail will be resurfaced overnight on Sunday, February 9. Riders between 9pm and 5am will be detoured.
The next stage of the detour of the Galada Timboore Trail at O’Herns Road, Epping is afoot and a detour is in place for riders.
Work is starting on a new crossing of Scotchmer Street in North Fitzroy that will give people riding the Linear Park Trail priority over cars on the street.
The annual Women on Wheels bicycle ride turns 20 this year and we are celebrating with a new central Hobart location and choice of three routes to get you spinning on Sunday 1 March.
The Surges Bay Touring Taster is the first social ride to come out of the new Bicycle Network Tasmania bike touring group on the weekend 15–16 February.
Bicycle Network ambassador Kevin Eddy provides some advice for bike riders about training when the weather conditions are less than favourable.
Motoring group RACV has joined the calls for minimum passing distance laws to be introduced in Victoria.
A new study from one of the world's largest consulting firms says that bicycles are the future for urban transportation.
Many of the tourist towns impacted by bushfires are now open, but there's no holiday-makers in sight. We encourage bike riders to take a vacation.
The best way to get to the Australian Open is to go by bike. We've put together a guide and map to help you get there from all corners of the city.
Is it ok to ride a bike in smoke or poor quality air? We've got some information to help you decide.