We Remember Amy

Thursday, 02 July 2015 by

Bicycle safety organisation the Amy Gillett Foundation has launched a one month celebration of Amy Gillett’s life today, called We Remember Amy. Amy Gillett died ten years ago on 18 July 2005 when she was hit by an out of control driver while cycling in Germany with the Australian national team. The Amy Gillett Foundation

Bicycle safety charity the Amy Gillett Foundation has welcomed support from sports nutrition company High5 for the Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo, on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria on 13 September. Amy Gillett Foundation CEO Belinda Clark said the High5 sponsorship meant top quality High5 nutrition products would be exclusively available for riders in Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo,

Triathlon Australia has further reinforced its commitment to ensuring triathlete safety, forming a new partnership with well-known national charity the Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF). The AGF’s mission is to ensure safer bike riding in Australia, with a vision of zero bike rider fatalities. They work with Government, road authorities, corporate, motoring and cycling safety organisations

Europcar has reinforced its position as a major supporter of cycling in Australia, confirming a two year partnership with the Amy Gillett Foundation this month. As part of the partnership, Europcar will display cycling safety messages in all of their vehicles, and actively support and provide rental vehicles for all Amy Gillett Foundation events including

Transport for NSW Media Release – Amy Gillett Foundation to run Safety program Transport for NSW have sent a Media Release today to advise how they are going to tackle the sudden increase in cyclist fatalities in NSW this year. In 2012 NSW had a total of 12 cyclists killed on the roads. So far,

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