Cyclists break road rules to stay safe

Most cyclists who use bicycles as a form of transport admit to breaking road rules at some time while riding but they do it mostly to guard their own safety on the roads, UNSW research has found. Riding on the footpath and going through a red light are the most common infringements reported by cyclists,

SHFA confirms “Pyrmont Bridge A-maze” will not be proceeding

SHFA confirms “Pyrmont Bridge A-maze” will not be proceeding, but yet to withdraw DA Congratulations and thanks to everyone who contributed to submissions which are well on the way to successfully securing Pyrmont Bridge for the appropriate use of bicycle and pedestrian access to and from Sydney. Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) has confirmed that

Bicycle NSW response to Sydney Airport Ground Transport Solutions

22 September 2014 Mr Ted Plummer Head of Government and Community Relations Sydney Airport Corporation Limited Locked Bag 5000 Sydney International Airport NSW 2020 ted.plummer@syd.com.au Bicycle NSW welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Sydney Airport Ground Transport Solutions. Bicycle NSW is the peak body for recreational bicycle riding since 1976. We are a member-based

Creativity helps kids understand the importance of bicycle rider safety

Bicycle NSW today announced the winning design of its 2014 ‘Helmet Artwork Design competition’ sponsored by the National Roads and Motorists’ Association from a record 12,300 entries by students from across NSW and the ACT. Guthrie Kidman, aged 8 (pictured left) from Sathya Sai Primary School in Murwillumbah, was announced as the winner following judging by

Bicycle NSW response to Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority “Pyrmont Bridge A-maze”

Bicycle NSW welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) proposed development plan “A-maze”, a vertical garden installation, across the Pyrmont Bridge, Darling Harbour. Bicycle NSW is the peak body for recreational bicycle riding since 1976. We are a member-based community not-for-profit organisation representing over 20,000 members and subscribers with a

CBD Cycleways Liverpool St

Bicycle NSW and BIKESydney are working with the CBD Alliance on developing the CBD Cycleways. Through regular meetings and open dialogue we are exploring ways to improve areas of concern. Two intersections that we seek improvement on include Liverpool/Sussex and Liverpool/Kent. We welcome your view of the attached drawings and ideas on improving the flow

Bicycle NSW response on proposed CBD Cycleways

Bicycle NSW is pleased to work with Transport for NSW and the Roads and Maritime Service in consultation on these important bicycle networks developments and improvements. Bicycle NSW is a member-based community not-for-profit organisation representing over 11,000 members with a mission of “creating a better environment for cycling”. Bicycle NSW welcomes the opportunity to comment