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Tassie Bike News Bites

A new bridge linking Dolphin Sands and Swansea, e-bikes help family ditch car, rotarians riding to raise money for malaria research, new Launceston signs, rail trail legislation to go to parliament.

Tassie Bike News Bites

Tassie news includes a call for Commuter Challenge volunteers, Bicycle Network at the Writers Festival, this year's Australian MTB summit and new MTB trails and Hobart Council decisions.

Tassie Bike News Bites

A new bike store in Launceston, a fourth go around at the Paris Brest, changes to Greater Hobart Bill & more parking in Devonport.

Counting transport benefits of infrastructure

Bicycle Network has teemed up with the University of Tasmania and Cycling South to conduct a count of people walking and riding using the new Macquarie Point shared path and Remembrance Bridge.

Volunteer to put smiles on faces

Two groups are operating trishaw bicycles in Tasmania to help older people get out and about and are looking for volunteer riders.

Northern rides gear up

We've got northern rides galore organised for the coming months as well as a bike fair at UTAS in April and volunteer thank you lunch in May.
It’s last call for volunteers to join the Bicycle Network team to help rider meet their final challenge in Tasmania's rugged north west.

Calling volunteers for ultimate ride

It’s last call for volunteers to join us on the last ever Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain. Don’t miss this opportunity to help riders conquer the unrelenting and unpredictable climbs of Tassie’s rugged North West. We are after a crew of volunteers to join the team for a breath-taking adventure. As an extra special offer for [...]
Volunteering

Bicycle Network volunteering Agency of the Month

Impact Volunteering, a local organisation who promote and encourage volunteering in the community, have named Bicycle Network their Agency of the Month. Bicycle Network works with Impact Volunteering to match volunteers with suitable roles and help provide support for those experiencing isolation, illness, distress, disability, misfortune, poverty and deprivation. A presentation was made at an introduction [...]