This week some lucky students received an early Christmas present as part of Bicycle Networks 'ugly Christmas jersey' campaign - a brand new Reid bike!
A global analysis of childhood physical activity paints a grim picture of Australia — our children are not moving enough and we’re falling behind the rest of the world.
Happy World Teachers' Day – an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the valuable work and achievements of our teachers. The Ride2School team says thank you!
To celebrate the UN’s International Day of the Girl, more than 100 teenage girls from Clayton South’s Westall Secondary College have spent the day focusing on their health and happiness.
Around the Bay naming rights partner United Energy is donating $5,000 to Mornington Park Primary School to pump up their bike ed program and get more students riding.
Bicycle Network’s award-winning Mind.Body.Pedal initiative is continuing on its crusade to get more young women happy, healthy and active.
Vienna is joining cities around the world that are moving to rid school precincts of the scourge of school drops-offs.
Pressure to increase the age of footpath riding continues in NSW thanks to help from Independent Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich.
Bicycle Network is reigniting its campaign to allow teenagers to ride bikes on footpaths in Victoria and New South Wales on the eve of National Ride2School Day.
Australian parents are being called on to leave the car at home and give bikes a go on National Ride2School Day on Friday 23 March.
Kids across the NT are getting their bike costumes ready for Australia's biggest community bike party, National Ride2School Day on Friday 23 March.
The Liberal Party’s commitment today to fund three years of the Bicycle Network Ride2School program in conjunction with the RACT’s road awareness program will give young Tasmanians the skills they need to stay safer while riding.
Bicycle Network is calling on Tasmanian parents to break the cycle of inactivity and make 2018 the year of the bike with the Ride2School Parent Portal.
Six-year-old Sam Allen has been getting ready for his first day of school since Christmas – but it’s got nothing to do with books, bags or uniforms.
New research shows that Australian parents opt for the car when sending their children to school, but Ride2School has the tools to combat this.
Allowing footpath access increases bike riding by women and children, fresh evidence gathered by Bicycle Network has revealed.
As fidget spinners sink further to the bottom of the toybox, parents and Santa Claus are being called on to deliver more traditional devices this Christmas.
Bicycle Network's MIND. BODY. PEDAL took home the award for 'Encouraging physical activity' at the VicHealth Awards on Tuesday night.
Bicycle Network launched its latest Ride2School Active Path in Tasmania at Clarendon Vale Primary School last week.
While the program's future funding is in doubt, Ride2School carries on, working with students from Howrah Primary School, fine tuning their bike skills.