Twelve medical students from Deakin University are set to ride 3,500kms from Geelong to Fremantle to raise money and awareness for a good cause.
Australian consumer preferences for heavier vehicles with larger and more powerful engines are to blame for our climate damaging CO2 emissions.
A new study of over 1200 MRI scans has found that those your brain has better structure and functioning if you exercise and are fit.
The Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2019–2023 has outlined active living as a focus area to improve the wellbeing of our people and communities.
New technology has helped large scale physical activity studies provide compelling insights into the role of physical activity in reducing the risk of death.
Bicycle Network recently had a chat with Justin, the General Manager of car share company GoGet, and found we actually have a lot in common.
Some people believe electric bikes are cheating, but a new study from Europe has found that e-bikes can be just as good as the original thing.
Bicycle Network CEO Craig Richards speaks about how we can address the gender imbalance in bike riding to make sure all Australians are active and healthy.
A new Swedish study has found that fitness rates are declining at a dangerous rate, but an active lifestyle can help reverse the trend, and could save your life.
Australia’s national infrastructure planners say we must overcome low rates of active transport to improve transport and sustainability across the nation.
A new study has found that e-scooter programs do not reduce the environmental impact of transportation systems, and in most cases increase greenhouse emissions.
The World Health Organisation has strongly recommended that adults with normal cognition undertake physical activity to reduce risk of cognitive decline.
A new study from the UK confirms that active travel, such as bike riding and walking, has a strong positive impact on building a healthy and active nation.
In a move to promote the use of e-bikes, the UK Government have refreshed their Ride to Work scheme to abandon the £1,000 limit on purchasing bikes and equipment.
New studies are showing that psychiatric inpatients with complex needs can greatly benefit from the positive effects of exercise such as riding a bike.
A study measuring physical activity in residents pre and post developing of a bike-friendly thoroughfare proved that investing in infrastructure does get more people active.
New study suggests continued exercise, rather than chronic restriction of diet, is key to stopping previously obese people from regaining weight they've lost.
Being obese combined with car commuting has been associated with a 32% higher risk of premature death, reports a recent study from British Heart Foundation.
The latest Sports Australia data has bike riding in the top 5 participation sports and physical activities in Australia, but warns more work is needed to combat an inactivity crisis.
More evidence is emerging that exercise is more effective in reducing stores of the dangerous fat that hides deep in the body than pharmaceutical solutions.