News from Bicycle NSW

NSW Air Quality

Across NSW  dust, bushfires, pollen, the fossil fuel industry and motor vehicles all contribute to air pollution, but in Sydney...

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Riding to Work

Travel to and from work can become an opportunity, rather than a chore, if you are able to ride your...

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Eurobodalla BUG

Starting out with a few riders, Eurobodalla Bicycle User Group has exploded in size. Promoting the group as way to...

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The Pot of Gold

A crossing to prioritise pedestrians and bike riders was opened last week at Taylor Square in Sydney. Known as the...

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Mythbusting The ‘Empty’ Bike Lane

Some mainstream and social media users like to question money spent on bike paths, claiming they are unused.  We thought...

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Does More Bike Riding Deliver A Road Safety ‘Nirvana’?

We have seen a ‘safety in numbers’ argument that claims by getting more people cycling, bike rider safety will increase. ...

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Where To Go Bicycle Touring In Australia this Winter?

This winter instead of hanging up the bike until spring arrives, or travelling to the other side of the planet, have...

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Media Release: Bicycle NSW Expresses Its Condolences For Rider’s Family

Saturday, 9th, February 2019   Media Release: Bicycle NSW expresses its condolences for rider’s family A man riding a bike...

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Safe Active Streets

This week we contributed to a workshop planning of Safe Active Streets – with the aim of developing a prototype...

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Help Light Up Bike Riding

We have a unique opportunity to be heard on issues that matter to people who ride bikes. Bicycle NSW has...

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How Far Is Left?

Riders are often told to ride as far left as they can on single lane roads, but this is not...

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