Choked Chapel Street has long had the reputation as Melbourne’s most harrowing bike street, but tears of grief could soon turn to cries of joy.
Maribyrnong City is developing a new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan for the next 10 years. Have your say by taking an online survey.
National Ride2School Day coming up on Friday 13 March and we’re embracing the freaky date with a call for spooky decorations for bikes and riders.
Between 2008 and 2019 the amount of bike trips in Sydney has doubled, and during the same amount of time crashes have been cut by a third.
New research by Monash University has found that road deaths and serious injuries could be cut almost 10 per cent if all vehicles had autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems.
Queenstown is the latest Tasmanian town to aim for world-class mountain-bike track status with the release of plans to develop 35.1 km of tracks on Mount Owen.
Here's the one you've all been waiting for, an in-depth analysis of the back of Falls climb courtesy of our mate Matt de Neef from theclimbingcyclist.com.
This year is the 20th Tasmanian Bike Week, which is a good time to reflect on why we need “days” and “weeks” to draw attention to something.
Mt Wellington Challenge, Kingborough and Clarence councils plan new centres, St Helens shifts stacked loop, BBQ on the Intercity and the Swag Family adds another date.
Our mate Matt de Neef from theclimbingcyclist.com has provided a detailed description of the second climb at Peaks Challenge Falls Creek – Mount Hotham.
This week the Geelong council took a massive step backward by voting against an important urban makeover, the Green Spine along Malop Street.
The team behind the exciting Six Day Series cycling event coming up in Brisbane April 3–5 have provided a great write-up for those curious about the event.
The City of Melbourne has signalled a frenzy of bike infrastructure construction in response to the ongoing climate crisis.
Bush fire affected communities in regional NSW could receive a tourism boost if rail trail projects are included as part of the recovery efforts.
New York City's "Barrier Beautification Program" is commissioning artwork along bike infrastructure to improve the experience and safety of riding bikes.
Bicycle Network's annual Super Tuesday commuter bike count returns next week on Tuesday 3 March to measure the nation’s growth in bike riding.
Car companies who produce super-sized SUVs and utes to the US are eyeing Australia as a potential market, despite their growing risk to vulnerable road users.
Following the big burn across the nation, further evidence has emerged to support the case for a strong investment pipeline for new trails across Australia.
Electric scooters are a failure when it comes to providing health benefits to individuals and environmental benefits to the community, a new study finds.
A large range of childrens’ bikes have been recalled because they lack a rear back-pedal brake. See a list of recalled models.
A separated network of cycling superhighways in Melbourne should be built within five years according to Infrastructure Australia, the nation’s peak infrastructure body.
Ride2School Day is coming up on Friday 13 March and we're asking Tassie schools to register and fundraise for World Bicycle Relief.
The Upfield Path will be closed temporarily between West and Duckett Street near Anstey station while building demolition takes place next week.
While the professional bike racing season in Australia has come and gone, the excitement is just getting started across the pond in Europe. In Australia it can be quite hard to follow the professional road racing calendar, due to time zones and varying media coverage. However, cycling is a beautiful sport, with riders twisting through [...]
The City of Boroondara is embarking on a bike strategy update and it wants bike riders to help. Feedback is open until Sunday 1 March 2020.
Peaks Challenge is one of the toughest rides you can do, but for Chris O'Connor, riding uphill it's nothing compared to what his sister Kath had to fight.
Bicycle Network is hosting a community meeting at Hotel Canobolas to talk about how locals can get involved in next month’s Newcrest Orange Challenge.
The Afton Street Bridge, a popular Maribyrnong River crossing in Aberfeldie, will be closed for more than four months due to upgrades.
Following Moreland Council's Integrated Transport Strategy, there are new plans to install 100 bike hoops at schools in the area.
For those who haven’t made plans yet for this weekend, we’ve listed some of Melbourne’s top romantic bike rides (romance is of course optional). You can thank us later.
Australia’s biggest bike party is aiming to do the gift giving this year, with National Ride2School Day working to help send bikes to developing countries.
Councils around Australia should benefit from new bike lane design guidelines released recently by the City of Melbourne.
Construction on the Fernleigh Track extension is likely to start after the New South Wales government announced funding for the project.
A child seat designed to be fitted to the MK1-E Cargo Bike made by Butchers & Bicycles of Copenhagen has been recalled as the seat's plastic shell may crack.
Jeep are the latest car company to try their hand at electric bikes, providing a sneak-peek of what's billed as the "most powerful" off-road mountain bike yet.
The latest stage of Queensland’s biggest bikeway project proposes a controversial ‘velobridge’ where riders loop out over the water. Have your say on the plans.
Our North-West Riders Group are tackling the rolling hills south of Cooee this month, with the Yolla to West Takone ride on Sunday 23 February.
Tassie bike news looks at northern bike thefts, new Dial Range recreation plan, MTB paths for Burnie and the North East Rail Trail progress
Bike riders in Vienna will be rewarded with concert tickets for their efforts in reducing CO2 emissions in the Austrian capital.
Bike share is returning to the streets of Melbourne, this time with the pedals pushed by three inner city municipalities and some electric assistance.
Recent research from Germany shows that aerobic exercise increases local and overall gray matter volume in the brain by an average 5.3 cubic centimetres.
2020 is shaping up to be the biggest Bike Week in a few years with heaps of rides and events around the state and Bicycle Network offering several social rides.
A Tassie family last year did what many of us dream of doing, spending a year travelling around Australia. But the difference with the Hughes family’s trip was that it was via tandem bicycles and living out of swags rather than 4WDs and swish caravans
Bike access to the western section of Grattan Street will be restricted as work starts on the creation of two station entrances outside the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
John had a blow-out 20km from home with no easy way of getting him and his bike home safely. Luckily, he was a Rider Rescue subscriber. Hear John's story.
The City of Hobart is asking businesses, residents and visitors how access to North Hobart can be made easier and what people expect when they get there.
The City of Melbourne has revealed its proposals for new separated bike lanes along Kavanagh Street in Southbank – and you can help support it.
Share bikes are returning to Melbourne after Melbourne, Yarra and Port Phillip councils struck a deal with Uber to allow their brand of JUMP e-bikes to operate in the city.