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45KM of New Wagga Wagga Cycle Network

As the largest inland city in NSW, Wagga Wagga is planning for their future. With a population expected to grow beyond 80,000 by 2036, Wagga Wagga established a new integrated cycling transport plan to help keep the city moving.  Recently, the 45km Levee Link, was officially opened by the local community. It’s first section of

Riding 60km This Movember

With one man dying every minute from suicide globally, help make a change in November, by riding this Movember. Starting in 2003 as a joke to bring the mustache back, Movember has now raised $1.04 billion for men’s health with a particular focus on men’s mental health, prostate and testicular cancers. But what is Movember?

Riding From The Heart

This year, Lloyd will be joining thousands of bike riders on Sunday, October 13 to cycle over the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the 2019 Spring Cycle.   “I was born with a congenital heart defect called aortic stenosis. When I was younger it didn’t greatly hinder me physically. However, as I went through my teens and

10 Things For Your Bicycle First Aid Kit

Bike riding can be a fun and exciting activity, but sometimes accidents happen. Are you prepared and carry a first aid kit to help you or someone else when on your ride? If you do not have first aid qualifications, we recommend doing a course like this one with St John’s to prepare you for

Bike Riding and Type 1 Diabetes

For National Diabetes Awareness Week we’re taking a look at how to balance bike riding and type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune disease where the body mistakenly destroys insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.  Insulin is a hormone is necessary to turn glucose into energy. Ten percent of people with diabetes have type

Healthy Intake

Good nutrition is crucial to a healthy lifestyle, whether you’re powering through a challenging ride or looking for a range of other health benefits. Matt’s motivation to eat healthily is to keep fit get the best body possible. He focuses on eating a fairly balanced diet of fruit, vegetables and protein and avoiding empty carbohydrates

Check Yourself and Keep Riding

During Men’s Health Week we’re reminding men of the importance of regular health checks, and visiting the doctor if something does not feel right. This advice hit close to home when last year, a regular blood check for an unrelated matter showed up unusual thyroid results for one of our team members.  An ultra-sound and

Men’s Health Week

This Men’s Health Week (June 10-16), we are encouraging all men and boys to take a look at their health behaviours. We want all males to lead happy and healthy lives and that depends on looking after your physical and mental health, checking in with mates and taking steps to prevent problems.   One in

A Bright Idea: Bike Rider Visibility

Current Road Safety advice is for people riding bikes to wear ‘bright, light or reflective clothing’ to increase the chances that drivers will see them.  But does this work? Sorry I Didn’t See You SMIDSY, the acronym for ‘Sorry Mate I Didn’t see You’, is a common experience for people who ride bikes on the

Shaping a Better Life on Two Wheels

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report on Pedal cyclist deaths and hospitalisations[i], when read together with the Sport Australia AusPlay Survey results, shows more can be done to make riding safer. The AIHW Report compares the national rates of deaths and injury for the 17 years from mid 1999 to mid 2016.