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A steep uphill section on the descent down Billy Goats Bluff

An Ultra-Endurance Brevet Across the Snowy Alps

The Hunt 1000 – the odyssey that taunts every adventurous offroad bike-packer. Over 1000km in length from Melbourne to Canberra, one would think that was challenging enough. But The Hunt 1000 offers something more. Something that is far more daunting than distance. Climbing.  Bicycle NSW Better Streets Coordinator, Dominic Nevin recently took on this challenge. 

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

Bicycle NSW and HelloRide teams celebrated the partnership with a launch ride t

HelloRide and Bicycle NSW – a New Partnership!

Bicycle NSW is incredibly proud to announce the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with HelloRide, provider of the world’s largest and most advanced fleet of micromobility devices. This is our first bike share partnership and a big win for our Members and supporters as it will pioneer a way to achieve a better environment

A mountain of bicycles waiting to be recycled.Photo iStock: credit: smkstoll

Revolve ReCYCLING Making Huge Impacts 1 Year On

Revolve ReCYCLING is continuing to make huge impacts in the circular economy.  Twelve months on and the business is closer to realising its ambition to be the primary platform for riders, bike retailers, Personal Transport Vehicles (PTV’s) fleet operators, councils and importers to give new life to old bikes in Australia. Renowned as one of

Aideen and son on the Gong ride, photo courtesy of City of Sydney

Bicycle Infrastructure Is Great for Business

We’re talking 500%! That’s the base estimate from both the UK and Queensland Governments. Aideen and son on the Gong ride, photo courtesy of City of Sydney Both the Queensland and UK Governments agree that, at a minimum, every $1 invested in bicycle infrastructure returns a $5 net social benefit. The Value of Cycling, a

Life fills Macleay Street, Potts Point, during City of Sydney’s Summer Streets events in February 2022 (Image: Adam Hollingworth)

How Can Our Streets Be Healthier?

How can we define a ‘healthy street’? One which is welcoming to everyone, young and old. A place that supports movement but also lingering, conversation and community connections.  There would be plenty of shade and places to sit.  It is easy to cross the road – at the places where people need to cross.  There

NSW State Election Campaign 2023

Many politicians don’t regularly hear from bike riders or, understand how much community support there is for safe cycling infrastructure. This is not so surprising.  If your local area has never had safe cycling infrastructure, most people won’t think to ask for it. The run up to an election is a great time to keep

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

Uniform police cyclists and undercover police cyclist (photo: iStock)

Driver Engagement, Education and Enforcement Key to Cyclist Safety

In May 2018, after a two year trial, the Minimum Passing Distance became permanent law in NSW  which means, our most vulnerable road users are offered the protection of a buffer during passing.  Australian cycling organisations including Bicycle NSW unanimously called for all states to carry out enforcement campaigns. The aim is driver education and

Families enjoying the Spring Cycle ride over the Sydney Harbour Bridge. CREDIT: EDWINA PICKLES

Thousands Descended on Sydney Streets for Spring Cycle

After a hiatus of two years, thousands of enthusiastic cyclists descended on Sydney streets last Sunday, for Bicycle NSW’s 37th edition of the Spring Cycle. Riders gathered to cycle over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, past the Opera House and through the city, in Sydney’s largest event of cycling advocacy, supported by the NSW government.  From