Associations and Organisations (48)

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bmx act


ACT BMX is the official state (territory) organisation of BMX Australia which presides over competitive BMX racing in the Australian Capital Territory.

PO Box 325, Kippax, Australian Capital Territory, 2615, 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
anu bike coop

ANU Bicycle Cooperative

The ANU (Australian National University) Bicycle Cooperative is no longer operating. The ANU Bicycle Cooperative later became the Bicycle Recyclery Canberra which doesn’t have a website however may be found on social media through @recyclerycanberra

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia
audax australia cycling club

Audax Australia

Audax Australia Cycling Club is a non profit national cycling organisation specialising in non-competitive long distance bicycle rides from 50 to 1200 km, called “randonnees”. The challenge of Audax is not in racing, but in pushing your own boundaries and experiencing great personal achievements. Audax enables riders of any ability to set and achieve riding goals with a group of like minded cyclists. This spirit of achievement is what attracts so many riders to Audax. As the time limits required to complete events are generous, Audax appeals to a wide variety of cyclists, whether they are from a touring, racing, […]

PO Box 12144, A'beckett Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 8006, Australia
australian bicycle council national

Australian Bicycle Council

In December 2017, the Australian Bicycle Council ceased operating with all activities to be taken over by a new group titled Cycling and Walking Australia and New Zealand (CWANZ). Documents are still available from the existing website so the link will remain though will shortly be outdated. About the 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 […]

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

Australian Bicycle History Centre

The Australian Bicycle History Centre is no longer operating. The best starting point for Australian cycling and bicycle historical information is in the Australian Cycling Forums – Retro Biking section which is an active community of enthusiasts who discuss and share information.

PO Box 498, Dickson, Australian Capital Territory, 2602, 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
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
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
bicycle industry association new zealand

Bicycle Industry Association of New Zealand

BIANZ is a non-profit trade association of specialty bicycle retailers, with supporting membership from wholesalers. BIANZ is a specialist trade section operated under the umbrella of Retail NZ. The BIANZ Executive is composed entirely of elected active cycle retailers and wholesalers who give their time for the quarterly meetings, at which all executive decisions are taken, on a voluntary basis. Where a particular area of expertise is needed, appropriate persons are asked to report to the Board, on a one-off or continued basis, according to the nature of the project. BIANZ is involved in the raising of retail and technical […]

Level 6, , 56 Victoria St, Wellington, 6144, New Zealand