Cycling Advocacy (25)

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camwest western sydney

CAMWEST – Cyclists’ Action Movement WEST

Cyclists’ Action Movement WEST (CAMWEST) is a group of cyclists in western Sydney who are keen on advocacy for cycling. CAMWEST also conducts community rides from time to time. CAMWEST was formed in 1987 to advocate for better cycling conditions-both on road and off road. Advocacy by CAMWEST has been done with the Roads and Traffic Authority and with local government councils to improve the safety and pleasure of riding bicycles. Much of the on-road cycle routes and the off-road cycleways that now exist in western Sydney have resulted from representations made by CAMWEST. While CAMWEST is not the only […]

c/o Bicycle NSW, Level 5, 822 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
can cycle action network new zealand

Cycling Action Network New Zealand

CAN is the national voice for people on bicycles in New Zealand. We link local cycling action groups, partners and supporting organisations and people with a passion to: Promote the benefits of cycling Improve safety Encourage the creation of great cycling environments Increase the number of people on bikes CAN was formed in 1997 as New Zealand’s national network of cycling advocate groups. We provide a national voice for everyday people on bicycles – recreational, commuter and touring. In 2015 we changed our name from Cycling Advocates’ Network to Cycling Action Network. CAN collaborates with government, councils, businesses and individuals […]

2 Forresters Lane, Tory St, Wellington, 6146, New Zealand
cycling promotion fund

Cycling Promotion Fund

The Cycling Promotion Fund is an cycling industry supported organise. Our role is to: • raise awareness of the multiple benefits of cycling • advocate for policies and investments that create more cycle friendly communities. • conduct national events and Awards • provide advice to national and state forums, and we • take the cycling agenda to federal Parliament.

4/7 Bruce St, Kensington, Victoria, 3031, Australia
freestyle cyclists

Freestyle Cyclists

Freestyle Cyclists would like to see all Australians enjoying cycling as a safe, fun and efficient way of getting around. We support choice. It is never right to force people to wear helmets, and deny them the benefits of bicycle riding should they choose not to. We do not support the promotion of helmet wearing for everyday cycling. We categorically oppose laws requiring adults to wear helmets. Bicycle helmets present a significant barrier to everyday cycling.

6/165 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia

Newcastle Bike Ecology Centre

For happy and healthy sustainable communities by promoting safe active transport culture (combine walk, cycling, bus, train with appropriate higher density infilling of cities to stop urban sprawl and car addiction).

Islington, New South Wales, 2296, Australia
newcastle cycleways movement

Newcastle Cycleways Movement

Newcastle Cycleways Movement Inc is a band of people committed to improving conditions for cycling in Newcastle. NCM was formed in 1977, the first bicycle user group in the state, to work with State and Local Government bodies to improve bicycle facilities in the Greater Newcastle Area. Its aims are to promote the safe responsible use of bicycles for transport, leisure and fitness. NCM has been represented on the planning committee for the Fernleigh track, and has members on the Newcastle City Council cycling strategy working party. It participates in regional forums with the Roads & Maritime Service (ex RTA) […]

PO Box 58, New Lambton, New South Wales, 2304, Australia
pals cycling group

PALS Cycling Group

The PALS Ride Group is an enthusiastic group of road cyclists consisting of both social and club riders of various fitness levels and abilities. The PALS Cycling Group meets every Saturday at 7.30 am in front of Caffe Primo Mawson Lakes (Shop 1, 18-28 Main St, Mawson Lakes). The PALS Ride Group has two ride groups that cater for all levels of fitness. Both male and female riders of all ages are welcome. Various routes are ridden, with some being approximately 60-80 kilometres long. Currently, routes alternate between Gawler, Outer Harbour and Glenelg, with a Hills Ride on the last […]

18-28 Main St, Parafield Gardens, South Australia, 5107, Australia

Pedal Power ACT Inc

GPO Box 581, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia

Push On

Push On is a centralised newsletter / news source for BUGs and cycling advocacy groups in NSW and is provided by Bicycling New South Wales.

Level 5, 822 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia

Railtrails Australia

Rail trails are shared-use paths recycled from abandoned railway corridors. They can be used for a range of purposes including walking, cycling and horse riding.

PO Box 302, East Melbourne, Victoria, 8002, Australia