Our Memberships

Let Bicycle NSW advocate on your behalf for positive bike riding policies, education campaigns and an increased safe cycling network. Additionally, all Members receive worldwide comprehensive bike riding insurance and legal assistance.
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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.

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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.

Latest News

Pedal Power!

Labor has pledged to spend $412 million over the next four years on the infrastructure we need for cycling and walking, more than double the expenditure figure given by the current transport minister. This adds to the commitment…

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NSW Air Quality

Across NSW  dust, bushfires, pollen, the fossil fuel industry and motor vehicles all contribute to air pollution, but in Sydney motor vehicles contribute the lion’s share of emissions impacting our health. There are clear links between traffic pollution…

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Riding to Work

Travel to and from work can become an opportunity, rather than a chore, if you are able to ride your bike. A third of Australians don’t get enough exercise to stay healthy.  Incorporating a 15 minute bike ride…

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Eurobodalla BUG

Starting out with a few riders, Eurobodalla Bicycle User Group has exploded in size. Promoting the group as way to fitness, friends and freedom, Liz and Guy have transformed the way of life for many in the Eurobodalla…

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The Pot of Gold

A crossing to prioritise pedestrians and bike riders was opened last week at Taylor Square in Sydney. Known as the Rainbow Crossing, it celebrates LGBTQI community ahead of the 2019 Mardi Gras and provides a colourful clap-back to…

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Mythbusting the ‘empty’ bike lane

Some mainstream and social media users like to question money spent on bike paths, claiming they are unused.  We thought a fact-check was in order. Traffic lights are a big help if you want pictures of ‘empty’ cycleways…

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Does more bike riding deliver a road safety ‘Nirvana’?

We have seen a ‘safety in numbers’ argument that claims by getting more people cycling, bike rider safety will increase.  This is often accompanied by the following OECD graph or similar: [OECD report p.114]   The argument is…

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Where To Go Bicycle Touring In Australia this Winter?

This winter instead of hanging up the bike until spring arrives, or travelling to the other side of the planet, have you considered a winter cycling holiday closer to home in warm outback or tropical north Queensland? Mulga Bicycle Tours has two…

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Media Release: Bicycle NSW expresses its condolences for rider’s family

Saturday, 9th, February 2019   Media Release: Bicycle NSW expresses its condolences for rider’s family A man riding a bike on the Federal Highway near Sutton, near the NSW border with Canberra, was fatally hit by a pantech…

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Safe Active Streets

This week we contributed to a workshop planning of Safe Active Streets – with the aim of developing a prototype for Parramatta, to test what NSW needs in urban communities. We have become used to a ‘standard’ street;…

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