Bicycle Network's annual Super Tuesday commuter bike count returns next week on Tuesday 3 March to measure the nation’s growth in bike riding.
Share bikes are returning to Melbourne after Melbourne, Yarra and Port Phillip councils struck a deal with Uber to allow their brand of JUMP e-bikes to operate in the city.
Bicycle Network is disappointed by the Andrews Labor Government’s decision to increase the age that people in Victoria can ride a bike on the footpath by just one year.
Two wheels have beaten four in this year’s Ride2Work Day Commuter Challenge, which saw six different transport options from South Hobart to the waterfront.
Tech giant Salesforce's new $1.5 billion Circular Quay headquarters is set to include the country's biggest underground bike shed, with 700 bike parks in the basement.
Keep an eye out for Darebin Cycle Angels on National Ride2Work Day who will be out there to help you.
Bikes are mechanical objects and have a service life – it's important to look after your bike so it looks after you.
A green wave for bike riders on Albert Street in East Melbourne will be made permanent after a trial by City of Melbourne found it reduced travel times by almost one minute.
A study of Australian workers has found that those who commute short distances or ride bikes to work are more likely to be happy, and therefore more productive.
Ride2Work Day is coming up on Wednesday 16 October, and we’ll be holding a celebratory breakfast at Mawsons Place in Hobart but it would be great to see some new faces over our coffees. If you ride to work, have you ever considered encouraging or mentoring someone else at your workplace to ride? When you [...]
A Germany politician has proposed that those who ride a bike to work should get an extra day of leave each year. And he makes some pretty good points.
Do you ride a bike to work? Let us know why you do or don't so we can make your commute easier.
Industrial ropes business Spidertech has bought two electric cargo bikes to bypass the hassle of finding parking spots in busy downtown Hobart.
Commuters on bikes beat those catching replacement buses to the city by more than two hours in Melbourne this morning as rail disruptions caused commuter chaos.
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.
The RACV has shown its biggest commitment yet to advancing bike riding in Melbourne by recommending improvements to a number of priority bike routes.
Would you like your bike trip to the train to be easier? Transport for Victoria and Public Transport Victoria want to hear your thoughts.
A new study aims to understand how young adults commute to their place of work or study, and they're asking people aged 18 to 25 to complete a brief survey.
Metro Tunnel construction works in Melbourne are ramping up. With that will come extra truck traffic, but plans are place to reduce risks to riders.
Sunrise's Samantha Armytage is wrong. We need to show her just how many people ride bikes on the City of Sydney's cycleways.