A survey of more than 1,000 Australians has shown that people are relying on bicycles more than ever during the coronavirus pandemic.
A bike ride with the family is often reserved for holiday camping trips, but it could be the answer for maintaining your health and sanity during lockdown.
We will try to keep this page updated with which Tasmanian bike shops/mechanics are operating and if there are any alterations to hours.
A lot of things are uncertain at the moment, but here's a quick update from our General Manager of Events, Rebecca Lane on the status of our upcoming events.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to develop, many cities are turning to the bicycle to help them navigate the unprecedented challenge to global health.
While we face a lot more time at home than we’re used to, “keeping your commute” is one way to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle.
A New York hurtles headlong towards becoming the world’s next coronavirus epicentre it is moving to close traffic-sparse streets to cars and open them up to bikes, runners and walkers.
Bicycle Network clarifies the advice about riding your bike outdoors during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
National Healthcare Service workers in London have been given free access to the city’s share bike scheme to help them get to work during the 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.
Bicycle Network is calling for Australian speed limits to be dropped by 10km/h during the coronavirus pandemic as a way of reducing road trauma and keeping hospital beds available.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread – now is not the time to stop pedalling and the perfect time to start if you've been curious.