Cycling Advocacy

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Sydney Cycleways

Sydney Cycleways

Sydney Cycleways is an initiative of the City of Sydney that advocates cycling, promoting the Sydney cycle network and advantages of cycling with information, events such as the Sydney Rides Festival.

Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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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
bike safe

Bike Safe

The Bike Safe community group is a registered, not for profit association that has been started by local cyclists to improve bicycle safety on the roads in response to recent cycling deaths and assaults on cyclists by motorists within the Geelong Region. To actively pursue programs which will improve on-road cycling safety. This will help existing cyclists, as well as encouraging increased participation in cycling and improve traffic conditions for both cyclists and motorists. As a result, the whole community will benefit from the increased economic, health, and environmental flow on effects. Selected programs will: 1. Identify and encourage ongoing […]

PO Box 752, Ocean Grove, Victoria, 3226, Australia
bike sydney

BIKESydney

BIKESydney is an incorporated not-for-profit community organisation that advocates on behalf of everyone who rides in the City of Sydney local government area. We want to live in a city where riding a bicycle is part of everyday life. We campaign for better conditions for bicycle riders and a more liveable city. We also run social rides and are affiliated with Bicycle NSW.

PO Box M59, Missenden Road, Camperdown, New South Wales, 2050, 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

The Berm

The Berm Mountain Biking Community in Canberra is no longer active. Canberra’s Mountain Biking community network, where MTB fans can hook up for social rides, find out what events are going on in Canberra and surrounds, and chat either instantly online or via the forum.

Kambah, Australian Capital Territory, 2902, 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
western sydney cycling network

Western Sydney Cycling Network

We are ordinary people who ride bicycles and share an interest in them. We live or work in western Sydney and know the local area. We are all levels of fitness and ride for a variety of reasons including transport, recreation, exercise or just for fun. We invite you to join us! WSCN is a non-profit community based Cycling Group, affiliated with Cycling NSW What we aim to achieve – To promote cycling – To provide a bicycle recycling service to the community – To provide education and a program of rides – To encourage a social and healthy lifestyle

PO Box 25, Smithfield West, New South Wales, 2164, Australia
bike north

Bike North

Bike North Incorporated is a non-profit community based Bicycle User Group or BUG, affiliated with Bicycle NSW and Cycling NSW and covering Hornsby, Hunters Hill, Ku-ring-gai, Willoughby, Lane Cove, North Sydney, The Hills & Ryde council areas.

PO Box 719, Gladesville, New South Wales, 2675, Australia
bicycle wagga wagga

Bicycle Wagga Wagga

Bicycle Wagga Wagga Inc. (BWW) is a Bicycle User Group (BUG). We are a not for profit group incorporated in NSW. Our purpose is to organise bicycle rides. The objects of Bicycle Wagga Wagga Inc. are to: promote the enjoyment of cycling for health, friendship, recreation and transport in the community, promote recognition of cyclists’ needs, rights and responsibilities, promote cycling safety through the education of all road users, promote improvement of cycling facilities, increase the number of cyclists, develop a strong, vibrant organisation.

PO Box 5789, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia