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There are many issues that leave bike riders feeling angry, sad and frustrated.  Sometimes Bicycle NSW does not voice these
City of Sydney Council plans to improve connected cycling infrastructure to reduce congestion and make bike riding safer. The City
Under skies threatening to unleash rain, we met Bicycle NSW Member, Donna Quinn. Fresh off her 33km commute to work,
Land management of large sites like Sydney Airport can make or break connected cycling infrastructure. Last week Bicycle NSW attended
Bicycle NSW has confirmed Alistair Ferguson as its CEO. Alistair joined the organisation in November 2017 serving as the Membership
Elizabeth Butterworth and Dorina Pojani of the University of Queensland explored why the five largest Australian cities fall so far
NSW communities and lifestyles are changing, but we need plans that design physical activity into ordinary life. Health campaigns like
The current regional rail requirements for taking bikes on trains are making it harder and less safe for everyone. People
Today The Hon Bruce Notley-Smith MP and the Hon Andrew Constance MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure announced funding of
The NSW Department of Transport and Sutherland Shire Council are working together to develop separated cycling and walking infrastructure that
Sun, rain or wind, we saw people across NSW and Australia picking up their bikes and cycling to work for
Thousands of bike riders took to Sydney streets on Sunday, October 14 in the Spring Financial Group Spring Cycle. The
Urgent action is needed to improve the safety of cyclists on our roads. Road safety data shows that, in spite of
We have been short-changed. Andrew Constance MP answers to Cate Faehrmann MP’s questions put to him during budget estimates at
Last week Bicycle NSW joined with the Amy Gillett Foundation and We Ride Australia to present to Senior Police at
NSW Green members for Balmain and Newtown Jamie Parker MP and Jenny Leong MP convened a forum on the 3rd
Wednesday the 17th of October is Ride2Work Day is a sitting day for NSW Parliament. Inviting your local MP to
If we want safer roads, behaviour change incentives need to be applied where the risk is created, instead of trying
Bicycle NSW and the Amy Gillett Foundation met with Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy, senior representatives of NSW Police and the
The NSW building boom has seen the number of heavy vehicles moving through communities increase.  Awareness campaigns remind bike riders