Amy Gillett was remembered by the peloton in Zeulenroda, Germany overnight as the Women’s Tour of Thüringen stopped to commemorate the Australian cyclist who was killed 10 years ago while training for the event. Amy died and Katie Brown, Lorian Graham, Kate Nichols, Alexis Rhodes, and Louise Yaxley were seriously injured on 18 July 2005

Bicycle safety charity the Amy Gillett Foundation is calling on all motorists to make sure they stay at least a metre away from cyclists on Fatality Free Friday. New research just conducted in Queensland shows that the introduction of the one-metre rule legislation is widely supported and is changing behaviour. Queenslanders overwhelmingly support laws governing

The Amy Gillett Foundation announced on Monday that Dr. Kimberely Wells has been selected as the recipient of the 10th Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship. The scholarship provides Wells with the opportunity to race for the High5 Australian Women’s Road Development Team in Europe. The selection panel reportedly chose Wells as the scholarship recipient because of

Arguably the most picturesque cycling event in the world, Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo is gearing up for the fifth edition of this unique event. With last year sold out, on Sunday 13 September 2015 over 5,000 recreational and competitive cyclists are expected to descend on the Colac Otway and Surf Coast region for the once

More than 1,300 hit the streets of the nation’s capital as part of Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride The queues were long as Anna Meares, the world’s most successful track cyclist, signed autographs and had her photo taken with many of the 1,300 people who took part in this year’s Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride.

Charlie Pickering gives bike rider safety a voice Popular Australian media identity Charlie Pickering has brought to life the Amy Gillett Foundation and NSW Government’s It’s a two-way street bike rider safety campaign in a series of exciting animations. Pickering voiced the campaign’s 16 Drive and Ride Rules, highlighting the key road rules, behaviours and actions that

Amy Gillett Foundation applauds Tasmanian Government on introduction of new road rules The Amy Gillett Foundation congratulates the Tasmanian Government on its significant and purposeful step to improve bike rider safety by allowing drivers to legally cross continuous lines in order to safely overtake bike riders. As of 25 February 2015, motorists will be able

A third jurisdiction supports minimum overtaking distance laws  Amy Gillett’s home state of South Australia has declared itself a leader in bike rider safety, becoming the third jurisdiction to commit to legislating a minimum overtaking distance of one metre for drivers overtaking bike riders. Premier Jay Weatherill announced his support of minimum overtaking distance, in

The Amy Gillett Foundation is excited to announce Saxo Capital Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd has continued its commitment to the future of women’s cycling as the major partner of the 2015 Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship. The leading global online trading and investment company willsupport the scholarship program, which honors the memory of Amy Gillett by providing a female