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Bicycle NSW works hard to create a better environment for all bike riders.

Below are some of our campaigns towards creating a healthier NSW.

Health News

In 2019 over 90% of Australians did some form of physical activity but did the COVID-19 pandemic affect this in
Biketober was back this October and it was the most successful year yet!   4,224 participants from 567 organisations rode 946,153
Across NSW the riding environment is evolving, and we’re encouraging all road users to change with it. More People Riding
Over 10km of pop-up bike lanes have been delivered around Sydney’s CBD in a partnership between Transport for NSW and
Based in Lucas Heights, Australia's Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) now has a new 1.2km shared path which connects
In the middle of a global pandemic, it’s easy to forget to check in with your own health. Women’s Health
Sydney will soon see another 20km of pop-up cycleway to encourage people to ride instead of catching public transport or
Our latest road safety campaign launched recently and the waste disposal trucks are now active. Have you seen them in
As one of Sydney’s most precious resources, green spaces are a vital part of our future for exercise, relaxation, rest
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are all being asked to make changes to reduce transmission. The Transport Minister has
Across Australia, our cities aren’t coping with the level of traffic congestion and pressure on public transport.  Greater Sydney has
With a 55% drop in travel on Sydney’s road network during COVID-19 restrictions, the environment thanks you. Across NSW, road
This article follows up on member feedback about the impact of cycling on bone health. Our original article on bike
Bike riding can open doors for everyone and the University of New South Wales are currently investigating this impact for
As the lungs of Sydney’s West, the Western Sydney Parklands hosts 5,280 hectares of parks, bushland, farmland and walking and
Seeing teal? February is ovarian cancer month. Australian women have a 1 in 84 chance of being diagnosed with Ovarian
Bicycle NSW attended a workshop last Tuesday to discuss what’s needed to get to more women and children riding bikes,
Bicycle NSW is a member of the Western Sydney Diabetes Alliance and last week at the Leader’s Alliance meeting we
With one man dying every minute from suicide globally, help make a change in November, by riding this Movember. Starting
This year, Lloyd will be joining thousands of bike riders on Sunday, October 13 to cycle over the Sydney Harbour