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.
Bicycle Network is calling for a change to Australia’s bicycle helmet laws.
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.
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.
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.
The Liberals promised $2 million bicycle infrastructure grants program is a welcome first step, but ongoing funding is needed.
Bicycle Network has called on Transport for NSW to fast-track its Future Transport Strategy 2056 to address the state's health and congestion crisis.
Bicycle Network it deeply saddened by the passing of bike rider Ronald Spargo who died during the Audax Sydney-Melbourne Alpine 1200 this week.
A survey of almost 20,000 people has found that nearly two-thirds don’t believe you should have to wear a helmet every time you ride a bike in Australia.
A fatal crash yesterday caused a member of the public to call for bike registration. Registration would not have made a difference, and it never will.
Charges laid against drivers from separate tragic and sickening crashes in Victoria show that sometimes the police need to take different approaches.
Both Bicycle Network and Bosch eBike Systems share a common goal: encouraging everyday Australians to jump on their bikes and get active.
One of Darwin’s key boulevards is set to be transformed into a vibrant place for people with the addition of an on-road, separated bike path.
Spring has finally arrived – it’s time to get the bike out of the garage and get ready for Bicycle Network’s National Ride2Work Day on Wednesday 18 October.
The City of Yarra will become the first Victorian council to introduce a 30 km/h speed limit for local road users, a development welcomed by Bicycle Network.
Bicycle Network is calling for the introduction of a special policing unit to enforce the safe passing of people who ride bikes on the road. A key ask of Bicycle Network’s pre-budget submission for 2019-20 in New South Wales and Victoria is not only the introduction of the law in Victoria but a program of […]
Figures released today on children’s bike sales and active travel rates have highlighted the need for a federally funded national Ride2School program.