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WSYD Gear Up Girl Social Ride

WSYD Gear Up Girl Social Ride

Bicycle NSW, Western Sydney Cycling Network and CAMWEST are teaming together for the inaugural WSYD Gear Up Girl Social Ride on March 4th 2023 and we would love for you to join us. Our social ride is focused on encouraging and empowering women of all ages and abilities to get involved in cycling. Whether you

Western Sydney Cycling Network Photo Tim Hunter

BUG Gives Western Sydney Residents New Lease on Life

Western Sydney’s bicycles are getting a new lease on life and so are the residents. Bicycle NSW bicycle user groups (BUGs) in every corner of NSW get together on social rides and help Bicycle NSW advocate for safer roads for all bike riders aged 8 to 80. One BUG is recycling bikes bound for the landfill

CAMWEST free valet bike parking Parramatta Park

Bike Valet Parking Australia Day

Bicycle Valet Parking  Bicycle NSW and our affiliated Bicycle User Groups understand that people don’t like to ride to events if their bikes aren’t safe. Valet services ensure that even accessories will not go missing. Riders always appreciate the extra security, the great service and the knowledge that they will receive special attention. Bicycle NSW

Bike Leichhardt Tourers. Photo Courtesy: Mike MacDonald

Tour de Birthdays Murray to the Mountains

One of Australia’s most popular and familiar regional rail trails is only 250km northeast of Melbourne. The entire Murray to Mountains trail is sealed and mainly flat excluding the Everton to Beechworth/ Yackandandah section. Bike Leichhardt Tourers. Photo Courtesy: Mike MacDonald The appeal of nearby attractions and a healthy dose of wanderlust drew Ride Leaders

The Lower Prospect Canal cycleway. The edges of the canal are left visible to either side of the shared path and hint at the history of the corridor and its importance for NSW public health. (Image: Bicycle NSW)

Brilliant Bike Rides in Western Sydney

Bicycle NSW has recently made submissions about two masterplans in the Cumberland area that propose new and upgraded active transport along green corridors – the Duck River Parklands and the Prospect Pipeline.  Both corridors form key elements of Sydney’s Green Grid, a long-term vision for an interconnected network of open spaces across the city to encourage

L to R Mayor Amanda Findley, CEO of Bicycle NSW Peter McLean, BUG President Peter Cassar and Trish Cassar

Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group Celebrates 25 Years of Cycling

Members and friends of the Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group (BUG) came together at the Worrigee Sports Club on the 28th of September to celebrate 25 years of cycling memories. Special guests included Mayor Amanda Findlay and the CEO of Bicycle NSW, Peter McLean. The evening’s speeches and presentations covered the amazing evolution of the BUG

Red Cross/BNSW First Aid Course for BUGs

Red Cross and Bicycle NSW Partnership Underway

Recently and for the very first time under the NEW Red Cross/BNSW partnership, a First Aid Course was delivered for BUGs in Sydney! The Partnership was especially developed to support the BNSW Ride Leaders Course. First aid training is highly recommended for all our Ride Leaders and riders. “Bicycle NSW and BUG’s have collaborated with

Win E-Bike

Win a E-Bike

Bicycle NSW (BNSW), Advantage Legal and 99 Bikes are very excited to announce a BNSW Members and New Members E-Bike Giveaway! Simply JOIN Bicycle NSW HERE or RENEW your Membership  between 1st June to 30th September 2022 and you will automatically go into a draw for your chance to win an E-Bike valued at $3999 rrp.*

Rail Trails Happy Valley

Rail Trail Adventure Continues

NSW has thousands of potential kms of fabulous, scenic rail trails. The Northern Rivers Rail Trail is near completion. Tumbarumba to Rosewood (21km), Wagga Wagga to Ladysmith (0km), and Batlow to Tumut (0km) hint at possibilities of eco-tourism and active transport. Corridors connect towns and may provide healthy revenue to regional communities. South Australia’s Riesling

Cycleways designed to unite

Cycleways Are Designed To Unite

Is this happening near you? Twenty five residents in the Upper Hunter town of Merriwa, who happen to live on a section of a new cycleway, are being asked to contribute up to $4000 for the privilege. This is neither a fair nor reasonable decision, and has created unnecessary division around what ought to be