Cycling Advocacy (25)

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ANU Bicycle Cooperative

The ANU Bicycle Cooperative became Recyclery and currently appears to no longer be in operation.

Cnr Lawson Crescent / Lennox Crossing, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia

Bicycle Federation of Australia Inc

The Bicycle Federation of Australia (BFA) ceased operations in 2010 The Bicycle Federation of Australia (BFA) is the national peak body representing people who ride bicycles for recreation, transport, tourism, health & fitness and fun. It aims to improve the environment for cycling and encourage more Australians to ride more often. The BFA comprises cycling organisations from States and Territories within Australia. It is a nonprofit organisation and was established in 1979. The BFA also indirectly represents several million Australians who ride bicycles for fun, sport and transport because bikes are useful, healthy and less expensive than most other transport […]

Reid, Australian Capital Territory, 2608, Australia
Bicycle Institute of South Australia

Bicycle Institute of South Australia

BISA is a voluntary, not-for profit association that exists to advocate for a safe and pleasant cycling environment in South Australia. Established in 1974, BISA has been a strong advocate for cyclists in South Australia for over 40 years. Read BISA’s history. BISA currently has around 300 members, The BISA membership includes regular and occasional cyclists, commuters, cycle tourists and those interested in advocacy.

c/0 The Conservation Council of SA, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5001, Australia
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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
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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
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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 South West

Bike South West (BSW) is an incorporated non-profit community-based bicycle user group (BUG) that has members mainly in the local government areas of Bankstown, Canterbury and Hurstville Council areas. We are ordinary people, at all levels of fitness, who ride a variety of bicycles for transport, recreation, exercise and fun. Our aim is to promote the safe use of bicycles, promote road safety and education and advocate better outcomes for bicyclists in our local area. Bike South West runs a free ride each month, usually through a local cycling route and sometimes in conjunction with other cycling groups.

37 Strickland Street, Bass Hill, New South Wales, 2197, Australia


A bicycle user group (BUG) representing people on bicycles in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. We are affiliated with Bicycle NSW. BIKEast lobbies the Council, State Government, and the RMS for better conditions for people on bicycles. We want a high-quality network of safe and visible cycling routes. Our members organise regular social rides in the eastern suburbs and beyond.

PO Box 1601, Bondi Junction, New South Wales, 1355, Australia
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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
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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