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Super Sunday_Nov2017

Sunday’s count to be super

This Sunday, volunteers will set out across shared paths and trails as part of Australia’s biggest recreational count, Bicycle Network’s Super Sunday.
Battery Point Walkway will become an iconic Hobart riding route

Battery Point Walkway back on

Hobart City Council has announced $6.8 million set aside in the capital works budget to re-start the Battery Point Walkway project.
Bay Trail Middle Brighton

Bay Trail squeeze fix coming

The frequently overcrowded section of the Bay Trail outside the entrance to the Middle Brighton Baths is set for a makeover that will separate bikes from pedestrians.
St Georges Road Shared path opened

St Georges Road pipes down

Now that pipes are in the ground along St Georges Road, work has ramped up on finishing the new pathway and reinstating the landscaping along the boulevard.
Darwin bike parking

Bike parking in Darwin a dire situation

The Northern Territory continues to cement its position as Australia’s bike riding capital with Super Tuesday North data revealing an almost even spread of male and female riders today. Currently, Super Tuesday data shows that only one in three bike riders are women across the rest of Australia. While full results are still to come, […]