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.
Bicycle Network clarifies the advice about riding your bike outdoors during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
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.
Thousands of riders of all ages and abilities will set off from Robe, South Australia on Saturday for the longest and greatest Great Vic Bike Ride ever.
Two wheels have beaten four in this year’s Ride2Work Day Commuter Challenge, which saw six different transport options from South Hobart to the waterfront.
Bicycle Network is excited to be launching our brand new membership rewards program to offer our members even more benefits.
Now the Legislative Council inquiry into the North East Rail Trail has concluded, it’s time for the state and federal governments to get the project back on track,
The numbers for the Super Tuesday bike count have been crunched and the outcome is disappointing but expected, Cycling South Chair Bill Harvey said today.
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.