Transport for NSW has joined forces with the Amy Gillett Foundation to address cyclist safety, following an increase in cyclist fatalities on the state’s roads. Centre for Road Safety General Manager, Marg Prendergast said today that nine cyclists have died on NSW roads so far in 2013 – triple the number of the same time

Junior world’s team member Jessica Mundy is the recipient of the eighth Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship, delivered in partnership with the Amy Gillett Foundation, Cycling Australia, the Australian Institute of Sport, Phil Anderson Tours and Hydralyte Sports. The 18-year-old South Australian will now become an official Ambassador for the Amy Gillett Foundation. In honour of

By Dr Marilyn Johnson You’ve probably seen it happen. You’re driving your car and you come to a stop at the traffic lights. You’re mindful of traffic infringement fines and public safety, then someone on a bike rides past you, unconcerned, straight through the red lights. Riding through red lights is arguably the most hated

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

Congratulations to Annette Edmondson for being awarded the Amy Gillett-Safe Memorial Award at the recent 2012 South Australian Sport Institute Awards. The Amy Gillett-Safe Memorial Award is presented annually to an athlete who exemplifies characteristics that Amy possessed and lived by. The award is presented by Amy’s parents Mary and Dennis Safe. Annette has just

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure the Hon Patrick Conlon and the Hon. Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood today launched the national Cycle Safe Communities campaign calling for all national councils to spread the ‘A Metre Matters’ message as pro-cyclists including Stuart O’Grady, Brad McGee, Wesley Sulzberger, Rachel Neylan & Rochelle Gilmore joined 32 amateur riders to take off

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