Organised sport is often spoken about as something that improves our fitness – but is our reliance on organised sport unhealthy?
A new study has confirmed that half of the bike injuries on the road come from crashes that involve just one vehicle: your bike.
A sudden mechanical failure has lead to the tragic death of an Ocean Grove rider, igniting reminders for all riders to regularly check the structural integrity of older bikes.
The Premier's Active April encourages Victorians to 30 mins of exercise per day during April, and National Ride2School Day on March 22 is the perfect warm up!
The Italian city of Bari are paying residents per kilometre to ride bikes, in a bid to get people out of cars and rid the city of car traffic congestion.
A new study has found that older people can dramatically improve brain function with just six months of aerobic exercise, reducing brain age by up to 9 years.
A new study from the University of Copenhagen have put obese people on bikes to help confirmed the exact molecule that helps those who exercise lose weight.
The warmer weather is kicking in, and while we are all excited to enjoy time on the bike over the summer break, it is important to take certain precautions.
James Sheppard, the young man who rode 20km Around the Bay just 5 months after a heart transplant, is now gearing up for a 200km ride for a special cause.
A new and comprehensive study of pedestrian injuries resulting from collisions with people who ride bikes in Melbourne has found that such crashes are rare.
Active living was the focus of a free forum in Hobart this month, featuring world-renowned expert Professor James (Jim) Sallis.
Powerful evidence has emerged showing that increasing vigorous exercise can decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in childhood.
A study investigating claims that extreme exercise can be bad for the heart found the opposite to be true. Fitness levels directly reduced risk of death
Wednesday 10 October is World Mental Health Day, a day that aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and support people in managing symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress.
The world’s leading health agency has called for urgent action on physical inactivity with a new report finding that a quarter of all adults worldwide fail to get enough exercise.
Research has found that intense exercise in middle age can forestall the impacts of a previously sedentary lifestyle and make your heart flexible and young again.
Australians may be living longer, but our biennial health report card shows that we need to work on the lifestyle factors that impact our quality of life.
As part of Men's Health Week, Bicycle Network is calling on Australian men to go back to the shed, and get out their bikes.
Tasmanians will be the guinea pigs inr understanding what it takes to get people out of cars and into active transport and public transport, in the new Health by Stealth research project.
Politicians and sports organisations are constantly beating the drum about their investment in sport facilities so that more children can participate in organised sport and physical activities. This, we are assured, will result in more children getting the exercise they need to be healthy. But according to a recent research project, organised sport does not […]