The Narooma Mountain Bike Club signed an agreement with Forestry Corporation NSW to develop a network of mountain bike trails in the Bodalla State Forest.
Wetsuits were required to get to the bottom of the Victorian 2020/21 budget released this week, but details emerged about both new and delayed projects.
In response to the recent spate of delivery rider deaths in NSW, the state government has announced a taskforce to investigate the gig economy.
A study into the Hobart to Sorrel corridor is recommending new off-road and on-road cycleways to provide more transport options.
Findings from the New South Wales Legislative Council’s inquiry into the gig economy must be expedited to make a better workplace for food delivery riders.
Another 30 kilometres will be added to the Murray to Mountain Trail by next autumn, the state government announced today.
A new connection on Moonee Ponds Creek Trail has reached the delivery phase with work on a new bridge linking Essendon and Brunswick West starting next year.
Tourism in regional Victoria will get a boost now that more bikes can be fitted on the new generation of long haul Vlocity trains.
Riders on the Djerring Trail between between Caulfield and Clayton stations face intermittent access restriction over the next month.
The Tasmanian Government has announced a one-year ferry trial between Bellerive and Hobart that will provide free travel to people with a bicycle or Metro Greencard.
Riders will be relieved that the narrow and crowded path across the Maribyrnong River on the Raleigh Road Bridge will be widened.
Cycling along one popular stretch of Beach Road just got safer for riders in Batemans Bay, with a new cycle lane between Batehaven and Surf Beach.
Bikes were front and centre when handing out awards this week for the NSW government's Public Space Ideas competition.
The Glen Huntly level crossing removals present an opportunity for the state government to honour its obligations to include essential bike infrastructure, but your feedback is crucial.
Planning is now underway for the new $20.4M Plenty River Trail project through Plenty Gorge in Melbourne’s north.
Road cameras have been rolled out on Yarra Boulevard to target the elusive boulie tacker, hoons and other anti-social behaviour.
Trains will start running on the new elevated Upfield line on 2 November, signalling that construction will soon enough turn to the new bike trail.
The Victorian Government is asking bike riders to contribute ideas to the plan for the Shrine to Sea Trail project.
It seems paths on bridges is the flavour of the month, with consultation for a design for the new Bridgewater Bridge kicking off this week.
Shared paths on the Tasman Bridge would be a game changer for Hobart, opening up the possibility of riding or walking to the city for thousands of eastern shore residents.
A new rail trail in NSW is one step closer after legislation passed last week in the Lower House for the Northern Rivers Rail Trail.
The East Gippsland Rail Trail is in line for a major redevelopment as part of plans to revitalise the fire ravaged district.
The world’s leading amateur road cycling event, the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships, is coming to regional Victoria in 2025.
Western Australian state and local governments are working together to develop a strategic long-term vision for bike riding, active transport and bike tourism.
A new information hub has been created to improve the capability of local government to plan, design, deliver, activate and evaluate active travel projects.
Minimum passing distance laws are set for Victoria and 100km of quick-build bike lanes will pop up in inner-Melbourne to help us reach COVID normal.
This month will see the start of community consultation about the state’s recovery from COVID-19 restrictions and we’d like to see better support for more people to ride up there with other major infrastructure ideas.
A new two-year action plan has been released by the Queensland government as part of its state cycling strategy.
Hinterland riders rejoice as the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Regional Council team up for a long-awaited upgrade to the bike network in Eumundi.
We already know that a lot of hospital staff ride to work because of the health benefits of active transport, but now we also know how many more would like to ride to work but are being held back by barriers such as road safety and poor end-of-trip facilities
Separated bike lanes along Linlithgow Avenue in the Domain Parklands will be temporarily ripped out so tunnel boring machines can travel along the street.
The Parkiteer network continues to grow with new cages built as part Level Crossing Removal Project, and with the help of Bayside Council.
Riders should be alert to construction activities on the path along the Yarra River behind Federation Square.
A last minute decision for an Environmental Effects Statement has added a planning stage to the development of the Warburton Mountain Bike Destination.
A placemaking plan by Bicycle Network would allow more people to ride, meet, drink and eat at cafes and restaurants when coronavirus restrictions ease.
Sydney have added the Waverley to Woollahra pop-up cycleway to the list of planned pop-ups – connecting Bondi Beach to Rose Bay with a continuous path.
Making room for bikes on peak-hour trains in Perth and a twelve-fold extension to new bike paths are among proposed amendments to WA's stimulus package.
An anomaly in Victoria’s rules surround bike servicing and repairs is beginning to grate like a badly adjusted derailleur.
The Tasmanian Government has released its report into the Channel Highway corridor but has not allocated any funding to seeing the recommended projects realised.
This Bike News Bites looks at the closure of the Macquarie Point interim cycleway, West Tamar Hwy improvements, new shoulders on Evandale Rd, a forum on street redesign, Hobart transport survey, and more!
A survey released by VicHealth today has shown it's time for the Victorian state government to get on with making it easier to move around during COVID-19.
Separated bike lanes along Jacka Boulevard and Beaconsfield Parade are part of a package of proposed active transport enhancements approved by the City of Port Phillip.
Sydney's pop-up cycleway scheme rolls on, with Stage 2 plans including over 20 kilometres of new bike lanes across eight council areas.
The NSW Government has announced a list streets due for temporary transformations as part of their $15 million Streets as Shared Spaces Program.
Rail Trails for NSW has proposed 11 new trails in regional New South Wales in its 2020 state budget submission.
The Western Australian Government pledged a whopping $20m for bike projects earlier this week as part of a $150m infrastructure and tourism upgrade.
Greater Hobart councils have banded together to ask the Tasmanian Government to fund a network of cycleways and better public transport in a joint submission update to this year’s budget process.
The state government and greater Launceston councils have banded together to produce a transport vision for the area and the good news is that cycling is front and centre.
The Department of Transport is evaluating the effectiveness of the lights installed on Gardiners Creek Trail in 2014 — take their survey.
The Australian Pop-up Bike Lane League has seen some more promises and even some action, with Sydney surging ahead.
Sydney was quick to announce and implement pop-up bike lanes as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and now Lord Mayor Clover Moore wants more.
The Moreland council have unanimously voted to support the transport network with bike projects, including pop-up bike lanes in Brunswick and Pascoe Vale.
The tragic death of Brisbane woman Carolyn Lister will be front of mind when the Queensland government's new Active Transport Advisory Committee meets.
Tasmanian Labor has called on the government to fast-track funding for the coastal pathway.
The City of Wollongong have released exciting new plans to create a more bike friendly city, with the Draft Wollongong Cycling Strategy 2030 out now for feedback.
A section of the M80 Trail along the Ring Road at Thomastown will be detoured though quiet local streets from next Monday.
The Republic of Ireland have committed a whopping €360 million annually (over AU$586 million) to cycling and walking schemes for the next five years.
Rockhampton Regional Council has been offered almost $1.5 million to put towards new bike and pedestrian pathways as part of the COVID-19 recovery scheme.
It's been a big week for bikes in Brisbane, with the City Council announcing funding for bike projects in its budget and confirming pop-up bike lanes.
Transport officials are finalising plans for cycle ramps at the northern and southern ends of the Sydney Harbour Bridge more than two years after community opposition sidelined the project.