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Don’t go loco during rail disruptions

Bicycle Network will be making sure commuters don’t go loco during upcoming rail disruptions by helping them jump on a bike and take two wheels to work.

How do you ride to the station?

Would you like your bike trip to the train to be easier? Transport for Victoria and Public Transport Victoria want to hear your thoughts.

Just imagine a city of separate cycleways

Commuters on bikes beat those catching replacement buses to Melbourne’s CBD by more than two hours as rail disruptions caused commuter chaos this morning. Bicycle Network’s commuter race from Oakleigh station to Flinders Street station showed that riding a bike is the best way to avoid delays during the Victorian government’s autumn rail blitz. Bicycle [...]

Bike blasts through in commuter challenge

Commuters on bikes beat those catching replacement buses to Melbourne’s CBD by more than two hours as rail disruptions caused commuter chaos this morning. Bicycle Network’s commuter race from Oakleigh station to Flinders Street station showed that riding a bike is the best way to avoid delays during the Victorian government’s autumn rail blitz. Bicycle [...]
Ride2Work Day

That’s a wrap for Ride2Work Day 2018

More than 10,000 Australians saddled up for National Ride2Work Day, celebrating the benefits of riding to work and the communities that support this great cause.

Ride2Work and win a Henty backpack

All Tasmanian riders who register on the Ride2Work Day portal will go in the running for a super cool black Henty Tube backpack and trucker cap.
Census Car Congestion

Commuters still queuing in cars

Despite the average Melburnian's commute being 15 kilometres, three-quarters of all workers are still driving their cars to the office.
COSA cancer research

Cycling to cure cancer

Australia's peak body representing cancer doctors is recommending that exercise and bike riding becomes a cornerstone of cancer treatment.
Cycling is not just for the elite

Riding a bike is not just for the elite

Riding to work is not for the elite and it's not the new golf – it’s transport. What’s missing is space to ride for people outside the inner-suburbs.