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May 2021

Inkerman Street

Inkerman corridor gets double boost

Design development on the much anticipated strategic cycling corridor along Inkerman Street from Caulfield to St Kilda has gained momentum again.
Wollongong bike city

I love a bike city because…

Wollongong City Council is asking young people to share what they love about bike riding as part of the "I love Wollongong because..." campaign.
O’Keefe Street Velobridge Brisbane

Brisbane’s latest bike bridge

Brisbane plan to add a bike bridge at Woolloongabba to complement the Veloway 1 cycleway and connect the gaps in the city's growing commuter bike network.
West Kernow Way

Mammoth new Cornish cycle route announced

With millions of Brits buying new bikes in 2020, and the prospect of international travel still a little sketchy in Europe, the new 150-mile Cornish cycle route couldn't come at a better time.
Mernda rail trail interruptions

Mernda rail trail interruptions

Riders on the Mernda rail trail may notice vehicles on the trail on some occasions during next month as the Metro Tunnel Project conducts critical signal testing.
Two new bike bridges looking for a name

Two new bike bridges looking for a name

Two great new bike bridges over the West Gate Freeway are getting the finishing touches with all the bells and whistles you could ask for... but they need a name!
Biomega Ein trailer

This bike trailer pulls its weight

Danish bike manufacturer Biomega has launched the Ein, a bike trailer that pulls its own weight, intelligently powered with its own motor and battery.

Tassie Bike News Bites

This Bike News Bites covers Hobart MTB news, North East Rail Trail appeal and working bee, Tasmanian bike touring opportunities, Regatta Ground car park work and a potential UTAS bike club.

Hobart’s first separated cycleways get closer

Hobart City Council is due to meet this Monday 10 May to give the final go ahead for a trial of separated cycleways on Campbell Street and short connectors to Argyle Street on Liverpool and Bathurst streets.

Cargo bike childcare drop-offs are a cinch

A criticism of advocating for bicycle transport is that it’s no good for the parents who have to drop off and pick up kids or do the shopping on their way home but the extra strong, longer framed cargo bikes have solved that problem.