Australia’s streets will be awash with blue-shirted bicycle counters this Tuesday when almost 1,000 volunteers lead the Super Tuesday commuter count.
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.
Australian employers are being urged to offer electric bikes as a salary sacrifice for their employees to ride to work for better health and productivity.
The benefits of riding to work are being realised by Australian landscape architecture, planning and design consultancy, Tract Consultants.
Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) bike research has found that with a little bit of help we can get more people riding.
Tens of thousands of commuters around Australia have embraced the bike and joined Bicycle Network's National Ride2Work Day.
Ride2Work is more than just a day – let's start a commuter revolution and build a healthier Australia.
All Australians are encourages to get on their bikes and go to work the healthy way on National Ride2Work Day next Wednesday, 18 October.
Australia’s streets will be awash with blue-shirted bicycle counters this Tuesday when almost 1,000 volunteers lead the country’s biggest visual commuter bike rider count, Super Tuesday. Run by Bicycle Network, Super Tuesday collects information for local councils on who, where and when people are riding bikes. The information is then used by councils to improve […]
Greens Senator for Victoria, Janet Rice, used to be a Bicycle Network team member, and during her time she established Ride2Work Day.