News from Bicycle NSW

Crossing Light Rail Tracks

As light rail projects are completed in Newcastle and Sydney, the safety of people crossing these tracks needs careful consideration....

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Contribute to Research on Australian Road Safety Strategies

You are invited to participate in the survey - Characteristics of Road Safety Strategies in Australia. Dr Joao Canoquena, former...

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Celebrating World Harmony Day

On Thursday the 21st of March Australia celebrates the twentieth Harmony Day. Events are held in childcare centers, schools, community...

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Newcastle East Cyclist Fatality

Bicycle NSW wishes to convey its condolences to the family and friends of a person who died riding their bicycle...

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Cycle-Smarts

Bicycle NSW has prepared a presentation to help schools discuss cycling safety issues for children and families. This presentation is...

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Riding Into Happiness

With one in five Australians having a mental illness in any year, bike riding can offer hope.   Riding the...

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Tracking Political Promises

We love moves by major political parties to keep pumping up the promises for bike riding.  The proof comes in...

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A New Way Forward

One of the things Bicycle NSW does is represent bike riders in meetings with government and road safety stakeholders. At...

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Clickbait Versus Safer Roads

Recent Seven News coverage of stories involving bikes provides ‘click-bait’ but ignores the real threats to people on the road....

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A Cleaner Future

This Friday the 15th of March Australian students will strike, joining in a global climate action protest at up to...

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Sarah Maddock’s 1894 Bicycle Ride To Melbourne

This year marks the 125th anniversary of the first woman – Sarah Maddock – to cycle from Sydney to Melbourne. Mulga...

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