Ride-share company Uber has unveiled ambitious plans to launch their dockless electric share bikes in Australia within weeks.
Public bikes might be about to jump back onto the streets, with two Melbourne councils looking at working with electric share bike operators.
Bicycle Network is calling on the Victorian Government to move Melbourne’s blue share bikes to another city instead of sending them to the scrap heap.
While dockless share bikes have floundered in Australia, Brisbane’s docked CityCycle scheme continues to grow in popularity.
Imagine you have the Uber app on your iPhone, you are in a hurry to get from A to B, what do you choose? Car or bike?
More than 100,000 employees of the German automotive electronics giant Bosch will get access to an ebike or standard bike.
As more dockless share bike companies quit Australia, Canberra is readying itself for its own share bike trial.
Public bike share is here to stay, despite a major player pulling out of Melbourne in the past month.
oBikes may no longer be seen on Melbourne's streets, with reports that the share bike operator is withdrawing from the city.
Ride sharing behemoth Uber is heading in a new direction . . . on two wheels.
Bicycle Network's NSW Public Affairs Manager Bastien Wallace calls on our shared sense of community pride to keep share bikes pedalling on the path to success.
Internet based bike share is said to be so successful in China that it has dented the growth prospects of car share.
Melbourne’s inner councils have struck a memorandum of understanding with operators of dockless bike share scheme, oBike.
Come down to Melbourne's Alexandra Gardens on Wednesday 4 October for a special 'Learn to ride' class with Bicycle Network and oBike.
Thousands of oBikes have appeared on Melbourne's streets in the past weeks, and while some think they are becoming disruptive, Bicycle Network believes there is no cause for concern.