Australia's peak body representing cancer doctors is recommending that exercise and bike riding becomes a cornerstone of cancer treatment.
New research has established that sitting for too long not only contributes to obesity and associated diseases, but also affects your memory.
Bicycle Network is proud to be teaming up with Jean Hailes for Women’s Health again in 2018.
The Victorian Government have today launched their powerful, new campaign – This Girl Can which is aimed at inspiring more women to get active.
Melbourne’s western suburbs are planning to use bikes to tackle some of the lowest physical activity rates in Victoria, and the associated health issues.
Two new studies of older adults – who during their life have exercised long and hard on a bike – has found that they rolled back the ageing clock.
This year’s Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards saw Bicycle Network Tasmania’s social rides program recognised for getting Tasmanians more physically active.
Stop the presses – a study from the University of Copenhagen has found that riding to work burns as much fat as a gym session.
On World Mental Health Day 2017, we look at the role of exercise in combating the symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress.
We've done the rounds of the recent local and international health research to bring you a wrap up of reasons to ride a bike.