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Tips For Group Riding

Riding in a group is an exciting experience and can lead to some amazing adventures! St George BUG has come up with some helpful hints to ensure everyone remains safe and has a fun time. Equipment  Your bicycle should be in good working order, with tyres pumped and chain oiled.  Do not ride if your

St George BUG Have Been Busy

St George Bicycle User Group is a community group that promotes cycling in the Hurstville, Kogarah and Rockdale areas. Recently, not only have they been enjoying each other’s company on rides, they’ve been visiting some amazing places. The knowledgeable St George BUG group after tour of ANSTO before COVID-19 Restrictions. Riding With St George BUG

Tour de Central Coast

Come and join in the fun on the Tour de Central Coast 2021 – a celebration of the beautiful Central Coast combined with the excitement of the Tour de France! Central Coast Bicycle User Group (CCBUG) has created the Tour de Central Coast to help people keep motivated through winter but also to encourage them

Joint Taskforce: Food Delivery Rider Safety

The report has been handed down on food delivery rider safety, but we could ride a fleet of cargo bikes through the gaps. Campaigning For A Better Environment For more than eighteen months Bicycle NSW has pushed for improvements to food delivery rider safety.  This is because these bike based workers ride in the locations

Bike Data Is Important But How Is It Measured

Being able to measure bike data dictates what actually gets done for bikes. So how is bike data measured? Why We Need To Know Bike Data Bicycle NSW and others need to communicate with government, police, construction contractors, building managers and private developers about the needs of bike riders, but getting bike measurements is a

Let’s Celebrate Bike Riding!

Happy World Bicycle Day! Over the last year, it’s been fantastic to welcome more and more people into the bike riding family. COVID-19 Impact On Bike Riding  During the COVID-19 pandemic, people turned to bikes as a way to socially distance when travelling but also as a way to get in exercise when gyms closed

Riding Into Your 80s

It’s got to be some kind of record, Dorrigo Urunga Bellingen Bicycle Users Group (DUBBUG) recently celebrated another active member riding into the “80’s Chapter”. Photo: From L-R (back) Robert Sauer, George Smith, (front) John McCormack, Alan Brighton, Herb Simpson About The 80s Chapter This exclusive group in DUBBUG is only for riders, aged over

Do Australian Helmet Standards Need Upgrading?

Given it’s mandatory to wear a helmet in NSW to ride a bike, shouldn’t standards be set to ensure the best technology is used in Australia? Traumatic Brain Injury Whether you’re anti or pro-helmet, keep reading, because the best alternative may not look like a helmet at all. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion can

Bikes Deliver Accessibility

Bicycles provide mobility assistance to help more people travel further than they could by foot. 30 Minute City  Not many people can spare 90 minutes to walk 10km to work or school, but on a bicycle, the same journey can take around 30 minutes.  Bicycle riding can help all of us achieve the ‘30 minute

Bikes on Trains

 NSW TrainLink has been the ‘flat tyre’ for bike riders trying to travel around NSW for years now.  Current Issues With Bikes On Trains Currently riders are required to disassemble their bike in order to load them in boxes for transport. Many bikes don’t even fit in the boxes including cargo, tandem, etc.  The bike