Cycling Advocacy

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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
crag cyclists rights action group

Cyclists Rights Action Group (CRAG)

CRAG – Cyclists Rights Action Group is no longer operating and the activities have been taken over by the Freestyle Cyclists. The Cyclists Rights Action Group (CRAG) was formed at a public meeting in Canberra, ACT, Australia, on 30th January 1992, in direct response to the introduction of Mandatory Helmet Laws (MHL) for bicyclists, with the aim of protecting cyclists against undue interference by Governments and erosion of civil liberties. The current aim of CRAG is to oppose legislation compelling cyclists to wear helmets. Membership is open to all who subscribe to these aims.

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia
bmx australia

BMX Australia

Bicycle Motocross Australia (BMXA) is recognised by the Australian Sports Commission as the National Sporting Organisation for BMX racing and Freestyle BMX within the nation. BMXA is the second largest BMX nation behind the United States, with clubs located in every state, in both rural and metropolitan regions. There is an opportunity to join in BMX riding, whatever the level of rider you may be. Our Philosophy BMXA believes in a comprehensive approach – providing Membership services to State Associations, Member Clubs and Members. BMXA supports our members in meeting their needs and most importantly achieving their goals. Our Service […]

Unit 12, 56 O'Riordan Street, Alexandria, New South Wales, 2015, Australia
bia bicycle industries australia

Bicycle Industries Australia

Bicycle Industries Australia is the peak body for the Australian bicycle industry. BIA aims to foster the interests of the industry, through the promotion of sound and ethical trading and business practices, and has become the leading industry voice on issues directly affecting the industry including regulation, standards, taxation and trade. ​ Established in 2000, Bicycle Industries Australia is an independent not-for-profit incorporated membership organisation representing bicycle industry importers, manufacturers, retailers and suppliers. Affiliated with peak industry organisations around the world, BIA is leading the development of the industry in Australia.

4/7 Bruce Street, Kensington, Victoria, 3031, Australia
australian veteran cycling council

Australian Veteran Cycling Council

The Australian Veteran Cycling Council Inc (AVCC) was formed in 1991 to cater for the interests of veteran cyclists throughout Australia. The organisation today has a presence in all States bar the Northern Territory and has 2,000 members on its books. It is our belief that a body run solely by veteran riders can best represent the special needs of veteran age cyclists, and over the life of the organisation we have found that working without outside interference has led to a harmonious environment in which to conduct our activities. Currently, males over 35 years and females over 30 years […]

59 Wolseley Grove, Geelong North, Geelong North, 3215, Australia
orienteering australia

Mountain Bike Orienteering

Orienteering Australia Inc. is the federation of the Australian State and Territory Associations. The primary objectives of Orienteering Australia are to encourage, promote and coordinate the sport of Orienteering in Australia. Mountain Bike Orienteering is one of the disciplines covered by Orienteering Australia.

PO Box 284, Mitchell, Australian Capital Territory, 0, Australia
Australian institute sport

Australian Institute of Sport

As Australia’s strategic high performance sport agency, the AIS is a government funded organisation responsible for leading the delivery of Australia’s international sporting success. Since 1981, the AIS has been the cradle of Australia’s national sports system — one that is recognised the world over for its ability to identify, develop and produce world, Olympic and Paralympic champions. With international competition intensifying all the time, the AIS links sports investment to performance targets and provides world-class expertise and services — ensuring Australia’s current and emerging high performance athletes have access to the right support at the right time in their […]

Leverrier Street, Bruce, Australian Capital Territory, 2617, Australia
Cycling Australia

Cycling Australia

Cycling Australia (CA) is the national administrative body responsible for the sport of cycling in Australia as recognised by the International Cycling Union (UCI), the Australian Government through the Australian Sports Commission (ASC), the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC), the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) and the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). VISION To be the world’s leading cycling nation. Through performance, participation and advocacy. MISSION To inspire Australians to ride with us. Race, Ride and Watch.

Level 7, South Tower, 459 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
australian bicycle council national

Australian Bicycle Council

The role of the Australian Bicycle Council (ABC) is to: • oversee and coordinate the implementation of the Australian National Cycling Strategy. • provide a forum for the sharing of information between stakeholders involved in the implementation of the strategy. • maintain a repository of information and resources to promote increased cycling in Australia. The ABC reports annually to the Transport and Infrastructure Council, through Austroads and the Transport and Infrastructure Senior Officials’ Committee (TISOC), on the implementation of the Australian National Cycling Strategy. The ABC acts as a jurisdictional forum providing input to Austroads on technical matters and provides a cycling perspective […]

Level 9, 287 Elizabeth St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
amy gillett foundation

Amy Gillett Foundation

The Amy Gillet Foundation was founded following the tragic death of competitive Australian cyclist Amy Gillet during training in Germany. As a corporate orientated organisation, the AGF seeks influential partners and sponsors to promote safer cycling in Australia with their primary objective to legislate the minimum safe passing distance (for passing bike riders).

Level 3, Suite 324, 1 Queens Road, Melbourne, Victoria, 3004, Australia