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Ride NSW!

With thousands of places to ride across NSW how do you find the right route for you? As the peak body for bike riders in NSW, we wanted to make the discovery of new rides easier.  We have collated ride routes into a statewide map, that we hope will inspire more riding for all ages and

Bondi2Berry Ride

Bondi2Berry: Riding for Dementia

On Saturday, 20th November, 140 cyclists and volunteer crew rode 155kms in the 6th Bondi2Berry Ride to Remember, to raise awareness and research funding to cure dementia.  The Bondi2Berry Ride started at the North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club, rode out of Sydney’s eastern suburbs and through parts of the Royal National Park to Wollongong. 

Roll On Summer

Summer is here and we are celebrating! Bicycle NSW is therefore excited to launch Roll On Summer! After a second year of winter lockdowns and restrictions, we are looking forward to a summer of riding our bikes and sharing the fun, spirit, freedom and joy of riding.  “There are so many reasons why the team

Pedalling together

Bicycle NSW is pleased to see so much political agreement on what is needed for riders. We have come a long way since the ‘bad-old-days’ of the College St Cycleway removal.  Bicycle NSW now enjoys a high level of strategic and political support for the work we do to ‘make NSW better for all bicycle

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Oxford Street Cycleway

Objections to safe cycling infrastructure on Oxford Street ignore the history of roads. Bicycle NSW has prepared a submission  on the proposed Oxford Street Cycleway, and we look forward to its construction.  Unfortunately, a handful of people have voiced objections, claiming bike infrastructure could threaten the historic nature of parts of Oxford Street. Historic images

Meeting the new Transport Minister

This week Bicycle NSW President and GM Advocacy & Public Affairs had the chance to meet with Rob Stokes MP, the new Transport Minister for NSW. Photo courtesy of City Of Sydney. Henderson Rd Pop-Up Cycleway. A change of Minister can bring new ideas, perspectives and priorities to their portfolio.  In this case there was

Ride to vote

Travel to your local polling place can become an opportunity at the Council elections this week, to show candidates how important bike riding is to you. A third of Australians don’t get enough exercise to stay healthy, and incorporating a 15 minute bike commute could alleviate this problem. What better way to try this out

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Wylde BMX and MTB Facility to be completed in early 2022

After a period of delay related to pandemic, the updated Wylde BMX and Mountain Bike Facility will be completed in early 2022. Led by the new Greater Sydney Parklands agency, the updated facility is being delivered by the NSW Government and Liverpool City Council. The $13.5 million, 86-hectare project was described by Minister for Planning

Redhead Beach

Lake Macquarie Council proposed BMX track

Lake Macquarie City Council are planning a treat for BMX riders and skaters with concept plans proposed for a new skatepark and 2 new pump tracks. Aerial view of the proposed Redhead site with Redhead Beach in the background. The pump tracks, if approved, are planned for Redhead Beach and Rathmines Foreshore, with a separate

Bike Promise 2021

Bicycle NSW is launching the Bike Promise 2021 campaign to help show the people standing for election how important bike riding issues are to the community. Sadly, we have seen that even when Transport for NSW funding is provided for safe cycling infrastructure, one Councillor or a few loud opponents in the community, can prevent

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Road Safety Ally

We are pleased to share the response received by the Hon. Alex Greenwich MP when he stood up for bike riders. Alex has a long history of advocacy for bike riders.  From infrastructure funding and bike racks to legislative change to improve rider safety, Alex has spoken up consistently for positive change. Bicycle NSW has