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As part of returning to sport and staying COVID-safe, Bicycle NSW has developed a resource for ride leaders, BUGs and
Our roads are workplaces for a range of people and now you can help make them safer for bike riders.
From tomorrow (June 13), groups of 20 will be allowed for non-contact training activities in NSW under the easing of
Over the long weekend, it was as if a mass evacuation order had been given for Sydney. Excitingly, many of
Bicycle NSW worked hard to seek an engineered solution and advocate for safer light rail for bike riders. Transport for
Across Australia, our cities aren’t coping with the level of traffic congestion and pressure on public transport.  Greater Sydney has
Community sport is set to return on 1 July in NSW. Riding outdoors, in groups of up to 10 with physical
Bicycle NSW wishes to convey its condolences to the family and friends of a 45-year-old man who died in Westmead
As the first weekend NSW residents are able to travel since COVID-19 restrictions started and the long weekend, Bicycle NSW
With a 55% drop in travel on Sydney’s road network during COVID-19 restrictions, the environment thanks you. Across NSW, road
Today Bicycle NSW members have cause for celebration as Labor and the Greens work to make NSW better for all
Parents across NSW are calling for safer roads around schools to enable active transport. Almost three and a half thousand
As a keen bike rider, Gina loves a ride with her group out to Palm Beach in Sydney’s North. Yet, as
We felt A New Hope when the Premier and Transport Minister supported what bike riders need to play their part
Until bikes fly
Bicycle NSW takes your safety seriously, but for some our concerns appear to be a joke. We regularly share our
This World Bicycle Day let’s celebrate the simple joy of riding a bike.  On June 3, Bicycle NSW encourages everyone
With COVID-19 restrictions set to ease next Monday (June 1), it’s a great time to explore what NSW has on
Since May 18, Parramatta Park has created a section solely for pedestrians and bike riders.  Named “The People’s Loop”, it’s
Issues for bike riding impact everyone, and we’re heartened by the shared concern and engagement. Roy & HG call for
Yesterday we wrote about the potential to reshape NSW with pop-up bike lanes, but the good news was limited to