News from Bicycle NSW

Après Vélo’s 40% Off EVERYTHING Sale

APRÈS VÉLO is a premium cycling inspired fashion and lifestyle brand, for those who want to uniquely express their passion...

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Our President Given An OAM

On Monday’s Queen’s Birthday Honour's list Jon Leighton, Bicycle NSW President, was awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for contributions...

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Missing link of Parramatta River foreshore path to be built in the CBD

Media Release - City of Parramatta Monday 4 June 2018 Missing link of Parramatta River foreshore path to be built in...

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Riding Two Abreast

Cyclists often ride two abreast for a reason.  It’s safer. It increases visibility and reduces the chances of being in...

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Parramatta Light Rail – Stage 1 Determination

Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail has final planning approval. Below we highlight the areas impacting cyclists. [siteorigin_widget class="SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget"][/siteorigin_widget][siteorigin_widget...

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RMS Course on Designing for Pedestrians and Bicycle Riders

If you are working in the built environment industry and are keen to expand your knowledge of providing high quality...

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NSW Footpaths

Bicycle NSW has been actively supporting footpath riding across the state for over a year, and has advocated for the...

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Minimum Passing Distance Made Permanent in NSW

Bicycle NSW and Minister Pavey announced today that the Minimum Passing Distance is being made permanent.  From April 2016, the...

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Newcastle Inner City Bypass – Rankin Park to Jesmond

Newcastle Cycleway Movement and Bicycle NSW have been actively engaged with RMS in order to get the best possible outcome...

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Support for public bike sharing and more cycle paths in Sydney

Bike share landed in Sydney in July last year and can be seen across the CBD and Inner City suburbs....

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La Madonna del Ghisallo Cycling Memorial

Friday 13, usually a superstition day but for Australian cyclists a step was made. On Friday 13, 2018 the first...

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