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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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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.

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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.

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Not only does a Bicycle NSW membership give you great access to events, it also gives you the best global bike riders insurance for recreational cycling available in NSW.

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Latest News

Auto Renewal brought forward for 2018/19

Bicycle NSW Membership has changed its renewal date to Friday, 1 June 2018 for the 2018/2019 Membership year. All payments for the new membership year will be processed on this day. This means, our auto renewal process will…

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Our President Given An OAM

On Monday’s Queen’s Birthday Honour’s list Jon Leighton, Bicycle NSW President, was awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for contributions to Cycling. This is a wonderful tribute to the work and passion that Jon brings to cycling in…

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Parramatta Light Rail – Stage 1 Determination

Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail has final planning approval. Below we highlight the areas impacting cyclists. See full project details here E12:  Pedestrian and Cyclist Access Safe pedestrian and cyclist access must be maintained around work…

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Missing link of Parramatta River foreshore path to be built in the CBD

Media Release – City of Parramatta Monday 4 June 2018 Missing link of Parramatta River foreshore path to be built in the CBD   A critical missing link in the Parramatta Valley Cycleway will now be completed after State…

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Riding Two Abreast

Cyclists often ride two abreast for a reason.  It’s safer. It increases visibility and reduces the chances of being in an accident with a motor vehicle. Bicycle riders are one of the most vulnerable road users, and riding…

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RMS Course on Designing for Pedestrians and Bicycle Riders

If you are working in the built environment industry and are keen to expand your knowledge of providing high quality active transport facilities, then this course is for you! Run by Sustainable Transport Consultants on behalf of the…

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NSW Footpaths

Bicycle NSW has been actively supporting footpath riding across the state for over a year, and has advocated for the rules to change to allow all cyclists the right to ride on the footpath. Under current road rules…

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Minimum Passing Distance Made Permanent in NSW

Bicycle NSW and Minister Pavey announced today that the Minimum Passing Distance is being made permanent.  From April 2016, the MPD has been in a trial phase.  Since this time, Bicycle NSW has worked with the NSW Government…

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Newcastle Inner City Bypass – Rankin Park to Jesmond

Newcastle Cycleway Movement and Bicycle NSW have been actively engaged with RMS in order to get the best possible outcome from the Newcastle Inner City Bypass – Rankin Park to Jesmond. For context, Newcastle Inner City Bypass links…

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Support for public bike sharing and more cycle paths in Sydney

Bike share landed in Sydney in July last year and can be seen across the CBD and Inner City suburbs.  They have sparked much debate on both sides but let hear what the experts are saying.   Research…

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La Madonna del Ghisallo Cycling Memorial

Friday 13, usually a superstition day but for Australian cyclists a step was made. On Friday 13, 2018 the first cycling memorial was opened at the Woronora Memorial Park.   In November 2017, Mr Ron Doolan was tragically…

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