Cyclist Fatality Kurrajong Road Richmond

Bicycle NSW wishes to convey its condolences to the family and friends of a rider who was hit this morning on Kurrajong Road, Richmond and who has died.  We also convey our best wishes for the swift recovery of another rider who is in a critical condition in hospital. Around 4:55 this morning two men

#RideTheBush In Albury

On the banks of the Murray River, Albury has beautiful natural scenery and a lively town centre for everyone to enjoy. You can easily “state jump” between NSW and Victoria in Albury, as the river divides the two states. Wodonga, on the other side of the river also offers many places to see and explore.

Bicycles = Education and Healthcare

Thanks to their supporters, 2019 will be a year for the record books for World Bicycle Relief. Not only are they aiming to achieve their milestone of 500,000 bicycles distributed by year end but they also have reason to celebrate some other achievements this year: In Zambia, 15 year-old, Gladness and her classmates made headlines

Have Your Say On The Sydney Gateway

Have Your Say In order to make NSW better for all bicycle riders, we evaluate and comment on plans for state significant infrastructure.  This is to help government and developers do a better job of meeting the needs of people who ride bikes. The Sydney Gateway Road Project is one of these. Maintaining or increasing

New Rail Trail for NSW

Rail trail opening soon! In April 2020, NSW will have a new rail trail open to explore and enjoy.   After nearly 2 decades of hard work by the Riverina Highlands Rail Trails Inc. team, the 21km Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail will officially be opened on April 3, 2020.  A rail trail is created when

Keeping Summer Bike Rides Fun

As summer holidays approach it’s normal to plan longer bike rides, but this year we may need to adapt to conditions in NSW. Over the past few weeks large areas of NSW have been affected by bushfires, whether directly or via choking smoke and ash.  We have become used to reports comparing the levels of

#RideTheBush in Wagga Wagga

As NSW’s largest inland city, Wagga Wagga has heaps of things to explore by bike! From a ride around Lake Albert to exploring the banks of the Murrumbidgee River or the local art gallery and prestigious Margaret Carnegie Print Collection, there is lots of to do in Wagga Wagga. Wagga Wagga is known as the

#RideTheBush in Mudgee and Gulgong

Idyllic views, outstanding vineyards and historical buildings – the Mudgee region has lots to offer this holiday season!   Settlement began in mid 19th century and many of the historical buildings are still standing for you to explore. During the gold rush, the region’s population skyrocketed cementing the area as a regional hotspot. Over summer, we’re

Help Us Protect Lilyfield Road

Would you help us keep safe cycling through the Rozelle Interchange Project? We have explained the challenges and safety issues involved in current Westconnex development plans at the Rozelle interchange.  This includes removing two safe overpasses for people who walk and cycle for years during construction. What’s Happening At Rozelle Interchange? The current replacement plan

Dinner on Demand

Can your takeaway change how cities are shaped? Some people might remember when ‘food delivery’ meant tepid pizza brought to your home by a teenager trying to earn extra income, often using the family car.  Since then the food delivery menu has expanded, and so has demand. Statistica estimates the Australian online food delivery revenue