Chalk drawings on the road, bikes cutting laps and laughter in the air were signs of success this week as Bicycle Network continued its Open Streets program at Brunswick South West Primary School.
The Shrine to Sea project, funded by the State Government with $13M in 2018 to provide a walking and biking boulevard between St Kilda Road and the beach at Beaconsfield Parade, no longer contains a walking and biking component.
The face is boiling red, the window starts to slide down, the rider—just a metre away—prepares for a spray, or a swerve, and the fight or flight reflex prepares to kick in.
A motorcycle rider has been sentenced to nine years in prison over the death of a bike rider on shared path in Perth.
With a narrow unseparated bike lane and high risk of dooring, Chapel Street is a particularly harrowing street for bike riders in Melbourne
Many solutions to climate change carry remains far off in the distance with lots of unanswered questions, but the good news is we have tools at our disposal today to make a real and lasting impact.
Google has introduced a feature for its Maps software that allows people to preview their journey in detail and offers many advantages for bike riders.
Construction of Stage 1 of the 12 Apostles Trail—from Timboon down to Port Campbell—is approaching completion and riders are already trying it out.
When the 480 km Tasmanian Trail was first dreamed up back in the 1990s it was by horse riders looking for a multi-day challenge. Fast-forward 26 years and it’s now bicycle riders looking for an adventure to test their gravel and touring bikes who are now the dominant trail user.
The Australian government has released its first National Electric Vehicle Strategy, a roadmap to tackle emissions in the transport sector by promoting a shift toward electric transport.
Victoria’s new bottle recycling scheme and the hope of a puncture-free future for bike riders are both a little closer.
The Mayor of London is working toward net zero carbon emissions by 2030, and the city is now exploring how e-cargo bikes can help carry the load.
Can a sleepy coastal community with next to no footpaths become a harbinger of safety for vulnerable road users?
Work is nearing completion on an innovative new bridge over the Parramatta River, a first of its kind for Australia and one that offers easy access at either end.
Rows of underused parking spaces have come to life as a vibrant pop-up park in Balaclava.
The trial of the separated bike lanes along Elizabeth Street in Richmond has received the stamp of community approval and the temporary structures look set to be upgraded to a permanent facility.
The popularity of gravel bikes and gravel riding opens the door to routes in the Bega Valley that aren’t possible on a road bike, and require too much highway time to be fun on a MTB.
A significant gender imbalance persists in Australia’s bike community, and new research digs into some of the underlying reasons.
As New York sees a broader mix of e-micromobility vehicles hit the streets, it is taking a fresh outlook on the design of its bike lanes.
Governance specialist Sam Butcher has joined the Bicycle Network board as a co-opted member.
Another gap in the St Kilda Road bike lane corridor will soon be connected as works starts on the city-bound section between Park and Dorcas Street, South Melbourne.
The City of Darwin is casting an eye to the future and floating the idea of reduced speed limits to make its CBD more compatible with alternative modes of transport.
Victoria’s experiment with e-scooters has been extended another six months and will now include privately owned devices in addition to the hire schemes in Melbourne and Ballarat.
Construction of the new land bridge connection on the northern side of the Walmer Street Bridge has been delayed and is now not expected to be completed until late July or early August.
We know riding a bike is good for our general wellbeing, but new research digs into the details to suggest even a small spin can have big benefits for the brain.
Bike riders joining the 2023 United Energy Around the Bay will ride on a closed lane of the Princes Freeway for the first time in the iconic event’s 30-year history.
Bike riders in Ballarat will enjoy smoother trips around town as the city council moves ahead on new paths through its Trails and Connections Project.
New research is casting doubt on the long-held belief that being heavy is not itself a health problem.
Bike riders and pedestrians are set for safer, smoother travel in Western Australia following a state government commitment to a raft of new active transport projects.
Overflowing bike sheds, proud parents and ear-to-ear smiles could be found all over the country today as thousands of kids took part in another joyous National Ride2School Day.
The NSW Government has committed $5 million for a key cycleway in Sydney’s north if it is re-elected on Saturday 25 March.
Investigations continue into the tragic death of a rider on the Footscray Road trail in West Melbourne two weeks ago.
Two different riders in Melbourne were given unreasonable fines by police but had a good result in court. If you've also been wronged you can get support.
New research shows that Australian parents opt for the car when sending their children to school, but Ride2School has the tools to combat this.
The debate happening about Hobart’s transport future is long overdue.