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Can I still ride my bike outdoors?

Bicycle Network has advice about when, where and who you can ride with during coronavirus restrictions. Advice was last updated on 26 October 2020.

Covid count shows bikes are booming

Bike riders made up nearly half of all users on Hobart's recreational paths in a count done on 25 April to document the boom in riding during COVID-19 restrictions.
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Keep pedalling positivity

Bicycle Network's CEO Craig Richards shares some important things he wants our members and the wider community to know as we face the unknown challenges of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Federal money for Hobart cycling

Bicycle Network Tasmania spokesperson Alison Hetherington has welcomed the announcement today of $850,000 in federal money for cycling infrastructure in Hobart from independent MP Andrew Wilkie.  

TASTE bike riders win when they park

Bicycle Network Tasmania is providing free bicycle valet parking at the Taste of Tasmania, offering the chance to win a day’s electric bike hire for two from Cranke.

Peddle power now faster and easier

Bicycle Network Tasmania is giving Hobartians the chance to discover more about electric bicycles at its E-bike Expo on Sunday 18 November at the Regatta Grounds.
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Going north to count bikes

Australia’s biggest bike count will head north next week when Super Tuesday hits the Northern Territory and Queensland on Tuesday 4 September.
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Police lay charges over oil traps

Some slick work by Victoria Police has resulted in a Werribee man being charged over a number of oil spills on the Dynon Road bike path last year.

TAC loophole set to close

People who ride bikes in Victoria are set to have an extended right to TAC compensation under new legislation introduced to State Parliament.

Bike Week a reminder of bike benefits

Tasmanian Bike Week, 3–11 March, is the chance to get on a bicycle and remind yourself of why it’s one of the easiest, cheapest, healthiest and most enjoyable ways to get around.
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Ride2School promise boon for health, safety

The Liberal Party’s commitment today to fund three years of the Bicycle Network Ride2School program in conjunction with the RACT’s road awareness program will give young Tasmanians the skills they need to stay safer while riding.

More than just commuting

Both Bicycle Network and Bosch eBike Systems share a common goal: encouraging everyday Australians to jump on their bikes and get active.
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Get on your bike and be counted at Super Tuesday North

Thousands of bike riders in the Northern Territory and Queensland will have their movements recorded and reported tomorrow as part of Bicycle Network’s Super Tuesday North, the country’s biggest visual bike count. More than 180 volunteers have put their hand up to help count people who ride bikes as they make their way to work [...]
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Watagans hosts gritty new cycling event

Bicycle Network’s Gravel Grit, the newest event on Australia’s cycling calendar, is coming to the Watagans National Park on the New South Wales Central Coast next month.