Our national bike counts help guide investment in bike infrastructure in local communities
Volunteer registrations open on Tuesday 6 February for Super Tuesday 2018
Why Super Counts?
Super Tuesday and Super Sunday bike counts collect data for local councils on the movements and number of people who ride bikes.
Our counts help identify areas of improvement and inform bike policy with the goal of making it easier for more people to ride everyday.
Currently, more than one fifth of all Australian councils use our Super Counts to influence their bike spending and infrastructure.
Get in touch to learn more about our Super Counts and how they can be used to improve cycling conditions in your local area.
Upcoming bike counts
Help count bikes in your local area
Join thousands of volunteer counters across the country as part of Australia’s largest visual bike counts. The data collected is used by governments to improve bike riding conditions in your local area!
Each volunteer receives a donation towards any nominated charity, school, sports club or any other not-for-profit organisation. It’s a fantastic fundraising opportunity!Learn more
Councils | Interested in collecting cycling data?
Local governments around Australia are using bike count reports to guide their bike riding investments and programs.
We will be collecting the following data at each intersection:
- Total numbers of bike riders in 15 or 30 minute time intervals
- All movements of bike riders at each intersection
Get in touch to learn more about our Super Counts and how they can be used to improve cycling conditions in your local area.Contact us