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.
Cycling and walking projects to help beat Hobart’s traffic congestion should have been part of today’s Hobart City Deal announcement.
Families are getting ready to send children back to school next week, but how many of them will be riding and walking to school?
Bicycle Network response to Tasmanian Motorcycle Council call for bicycle registration
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.
Bicycle Network is calling for the introduction of a special police unit to enforce the safe passing of people who ride bikes on the road.
High fuel prices mixed with better weather could be the catalyst some people need to switch to a bike to get to work and study.
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.
Bicycle Network is calling for a change to Australia’s bicycle helmet laws.
The trusty bicycle won the day in this morning’s Ride2Work Day Commuter Challenge from Derwent Park to Mawsons Place in Hobart.
Hobart council candidates will ride the city’s street this Sunday 30 September to learn how to improve conditions for bicycle riders.
Australia’s biggest bike count will head north next week when Super Tuesday hits the Northern Territory and Queensland on Tuesday 4 September.
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.
People who ride bikes in Victoria are set to have an extended right to TAC compensation under new legislation introduced to State Parliament.
To mark World Bicycle Day, Bicycle Network is launching a range of Tasmanian ride guides, holding a ride in Hobart and running a social media competition.
Bicycle Network Tasmania will celebrate its volunteers with a social ride and thank you lunch tomorrow at the Waterside Pavilion in Hobart
In Road Safety Week, the best approach for improving safety for bicycle riders is to separate them from vehicle traffic.
Quipmo, the next frontier in the sharing economy, will give Australians access to bicycles and gear anywhere at any time.
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.
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.