March 2020

bicycle network cashback

A Cashback redemption story

We recently celebrated our first membership redemption, where Kate renewed her families membership using bike cash she earned through the Cashback program.

Powering ahead with our events

A lot of things are uncertain at the moment, but here's a quick update from our General Manager of Events, Rebecca Lane on the status of our upcoming events.
bikespot 2020

BikeSpot 2020 kicks off

BikeSpot 2020 offers bike riders and drivers an opportunity to share perceptions of bike riding safety in Victoria, and prioritise areas of improvement.
Forrest Mountain Bike Park

Funding boost for Forrest MTB

The revitalisation of the Forrest Mountain Bike Park has the green light following a $500,000 grant offer from the state government.
ford dooring technology

Dooring tech takes another step

Ford have taken a step forward in dooring technology by creating a system that actually prevents the door from being opened wide when a bike is approaching.
canning street detour

Canning Street detour switch

The installation of the major water main in Canning Street will enter Stage 5 next week with the detour in place at Park Street in North Carlton.
rathdowne street disruptions

Rathdowne street disruptions

Riders along Rathdowne Street into the city may face minor disruptions until the end of April with gas works closing bike lanes at various locations.
Cycling coronavirus

Bikes lead the way through crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to develop, many cities are turning to the bicycle to help them navigate the unprecedented challenge to global health.
ride2work day


While we face a lot more time at home than we’re used to, “keeping your commute” is one way to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Peaks Challenge Falls Creek

Peaks Challenge 2020 rider stories

We asked for rider stories and got some great personal accounts back. Thank you for sharing your experience and helping inspire others to find their limit!

Virus shutdown could open up streets

A New York hurtles headlong towards becoming the world’s next coronavirus epicentre it is moving to close traffic-sparse streets to cars and open them up to bikes, runners and walkers.