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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.
Bike riders in Perth’s northern suburbs are set to enjoy a completely off-road and uninterrupted commute into the city once a major upgrade to the Mitchell freeway is completed.
This article first appeared in The Mercury on Tuesday 16 October 2018. Ride2Work Day is held in October every year to celebrate and encourage people to ride bicycles to work. However, if we are serious about getting more people riding to work it needs co-operation in government, business and the community. Why do we [...]
The trusty bicycle won the day in this morning’s Ride2Work Day Commuter Challenge from Derwent Park to Mawsons Place in Hobart. Participants on a bicycle, electric bicycle, driving a car and catching a bus all left the corner of Derwent Park and Main roads in Derwent Park at 8.18am. The bicycle rider took the Intercity [...]
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.
Women across Australia are being encouraging to leave the car at home and jump on their bike for Bicycle Network’s National Ride2Work Day this Wednesday, 17 October.
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.
More than 100,000 employees of the German automotive electronics giant Bosch will get access to an ebike or standard bike.
Despite the average Melburnian's commute being 15 kilometres, three-quarters of all workers are still driving their cars to the office.
Australia's peak body representing cancer doctors is recommending that exercise and bike riding becomes a cornerstone of cancer treatment.
The future of work will be increasingly sedentary, leading to increased chronic illness caused by lack of exercise. Unless you ride to work.
Australia’s streets will be awash with blue-shirted bicycle counters this Tuesday when almost 1,000 volunteers lead the Super Tuesday commuter count.