2018 SHARE THE ROAD TOUR:     Our reconnaissance for the exact roads (and trails) commences today. We’re heading to the hills to find the best roads for riding our Alpine Tour.   😀 It will be challenging 😀 You’ll ride with current & former Pro cyclists 😀 You will have fun 😀 You will be tired 😀 You will be fully

Camperdown’s Grace Brown has been selected as the thirteenth recipient of the Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship. Brown is an up and coming cyclist with Australian NRS team Holden Team Gusto and has achieved impressive results to date, including most recently Individual Time Trial Champion at the 2018 Oceania Continental Championships, second place in the 2018

BE SEEN BE SAFE

Monday, 09 April 2018 by

    With darker shorter days, it’s important to be a visisble as possible when out cycling or walking.   Here are our top 5 tips to maximising your visibility: + ADD a front WHITE light + ADD a rear RED light + SET both to FLASH mode (and be more visible) + WEAR light

We’re super excited about this year’s event, with some changes designed to ensure participants will have more to see and do around the event hub in Lorne. We’ve also got a new look website and registration system which means getting your entry in has never been easier. NEW in 2018: Both the Gravel Fondo and

Safe Easter eNews

Thursday, 29 March 2018 by

Welcome to the March edition of Safe Together In this Easter edition: Easter safety message Campaign launch #Igiveametre – do you? Wiggle’s tips to stay visible for shorter days & darker mornings  Our recent government submissions 2018 Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo opens 0900 tomorrow Easter is a busy time on our roads and we encourage everyone to

All road deaths are tragic and the overnight news about the pedestrian fatality by an autonomous vehicle highlights the moral dilemna we’ve been raising in each parliamentary forum. Read our most recent submission and our recommendations here.

Welcome to the December edition of Safe Together In this festive edition: Progress on a metre matters around Australia Share the Road Tour 2017 Report Australasian Road Safety Conference Wrap Our recent submissions A voice for cyclists in the development of Autonomous Vehicle Technology We’re named as Safety Partner for the Cycling Australia Road Nationals Amy’s

On Thursday, the last day of November, Western Australia joined Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Australia Capital Territory and New South Wales as Australian jurisdictions that have a metre matters (minimum passing distances) on their roads, leaving only Victoria and Northern Territory without the safer cycling laws. Crucial to the success of this new law being

The ACT Government has announced that the a metre matters legislation will continue in the ACT following the end of a two year trial, with a review of the laws underway. “Preliminary results from a community attitudes survey in October show that 91 per cent of respondents were at least somewhat supportive of the minimum

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