Our Memberships

Access to worldwide comprehensive bike riding insurance, legal assistance, your say in advocacy projects and discounted event entries with Bicycle NSW.

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This is
Bicycle NSW

Bicycle NSW is here to make cycling easier, safer and (even) more enjoyable. Whether you ride a bike for fitness, recreation or commuting, Bicycle NSW has you covered. We are the peak advocacy body in NSW for recreational bike riders and offer worldwide insurance to protect you when on the bike.  We want you to have fun on the bike, while we handle the rest.


Our Latest Events

With annual events like Spring Cycle and Gear Up Girl
to regular maintenance workshops and skill rides, you can cycle with us all year round.

Latest News

Connected Cycling for Sydney

City of Sydney Council plans to improve connected cycling infrastructure to reduce congestion and make bike riding safer. The City has added 11 regional bike routes which it wants built as separated cycleways.  These would join missing links…

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Bike Riding: Make It Work for You

Under skies threatening to unleash rain, we met Bicycle NSW Member, Donna Quinn. Fresh off her 33km commute to work, Donna was all smiles. “My favourite weather for riding is when it’s threatening to rain, but it doesn’t…

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Budget Submission 2019-20

Budget Submission 2019-20 NSW has a collection of great bike plans, but without sufficient budget the investment in writing them is wasted. Participation keeps dropping, we lag behind other states and countries, road congestion keeps increasing and our…

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Sydney Airport and the Orbital

Land management of large sites like Sydney Airport can make or break connected cycling infrastructure. Last week Bicycle NSW attended the Sydney Airport Active Travel Forum, which has met regularly over the past four years to make things…

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Media Release: Bicycle NSW Announces its CEO

Bicycle NSW has confirmed Alistair Ferguson as its CEO. Alistair joined the organisation in November 2017 serving as the Membership Manager.  In 2018 he was promoted to the role of Executive Officer as Bicycle NSW changed the focus…

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Why Isn’t Australia a Cycling Mecca?

Elizabeth Butterworth and Dorina Pojani of the University of Queensland explored why the five largest Australian cities fall so far short of their bike riding potential. Australia’s largest cities, specifically Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide are ideal…

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Moved by Design

NSW communities and lifestyles are changing, but we need plans that design physical activity into ordinary life. Health campaigns like #FindYour30 and #MakeHealthyNormal encourage us all to be more physically active, and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian set a…

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Making it easier to take bikes on trains

The current regional rail requirements for taking bikes on trains are making it harder and less safe for everyone. People travelling longer distances in NSW may need to use a bike at either end of their train journey. …

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Good news for cycling

Today The Hon Bruce Notley-Smith MP and the Hon Andrew Constance MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure announced funding of $5.3 million for the Bondi Junction cycleway. This follows the successful passage through Woollahra Council on Monday the…

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Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link

The NSW Department of Transport and Sutherland Shire Council are working together to develop separated cycling and walking infrastructure that connects people to schools, shops and services. Ray Rice and Bastien Wallace of Bicycle NSW were invited to…

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