Traffic data from Sydney and Brisbane has shown what will happen to our roads if pop-up bike lanes aren't installed before we return to the office.
Have you or your children ever thought about riding a bike to school? Now is the perfect time to give it a go as we come out of coronavirus restrictions.
More than 350,000 students from 800 schools around Australia are set to break into the cycle and ride to school on National Ride2School Day tomorrow.
National Ride2School Day coming up on Friday 13 March and we’re embracing the freaky date with a call for spooky decorations for bikes and riders.
Ride2School Day is coming up on Friday 13 March and we're asking Tassie schools to register and fundraise for World Bicycle Relief.
Australia’s biggest bike party is aiming to do the gift giving this year, with National Ride2School Day working to help send bikes to developing countries.
The Christmas break can be the perfect time to jump back on the bike and carry healthy habits into the new year. Check out our guide to getting started!
Bicycle Network is asking Aussie parents and children to take on the ‘summer screen time cycling challenge’ these school holidays to help get their daily dose of exercise.
New research from New Zealand delves into the multiple factors that contribute to high levels of active transport in certain school communities.
Bicycle Network supports the RACV’s call for lower speed limits outside every school in Victoria, but would like to see it go further.
2019 National Cycling Participation Survey is disappointing again. The results show more of the same problems that plague Australian bike riders.
Bicycle Network's Ride2School program will keep rolling for at least two more years in Victoria with the Andrews Labor Government committing $1.4 million.
Bicycle Network is working with there Colac primary schools and the local council to launch a new initiative to increase physical activity and reduce traffic congestion.
Mildura Specialist School is the latest lucky recipient of a Ride2School grant, which will be put towards a bike education program for students.
The health impacts of the daily school drop-offs and pick-up have become so severe in England that driving children to school could be banned, or severely restricted.
The stats from National Ride2School Day are in and it was our biggest one yet! See how many schools and students around the country got involved in 2019.
Move more, sit less and make sure you get enough sleep is the latest health message for Aussie children and young people.
Bicycle Network Tasmania will work with New Town High School to get more students riding to school as part of the Climate Youth Leaders Conference 2019.
Ride2School Day was held on Friday 22 March, with 29 Tasmanian schools signing up to celebrate it.
On the eve of National Ride2School Day, we encourage everyone to get involved in one of Australia's biggest celebrations of active transport, not just the kids.