What does the City of Sydney need to make it easier for everyone to ride a bike now and over the next 10 years?
All Australians are encourages to get on their bikes and go to work the healthy way on National Ride2Work Day next Wednesday, 18 October.
Last night, Bicycle Network joined Federal MP Tim Watts at a public forum to discuss cycling participation in Melbourne’s West.
Bayside locals will use the 2018 state election as a platform to push for a 24-hour truck ban along Beach Road and Beaconsfield Parade.
Yarra City Council is pushing ahead with a plan to close off Station Street at Princes Street in North Carlton, which could divert motor traffic into the nearby bike-friendly Canning Street.
The City of Parramatta are looking for public comment to help build the case for a new pedestrian and cycling bridge over Parramatta River.
The Bonnet Hill project shows what can be done when the local community, not just bike riders, recognise a problem and agitate to do something about.
A bike route through Hobart’s Macquarie Point will be a great addition to the city’s biggest public space.
After a look around the streets of Darwin and consultation with some local bike riders it seems there is not enough bike parking in Darwin.
Launceston has a plan to make it easier to link up to the Mowbray-Rocherlea trail, north-east of the city.