The Amy Gillett Foundation is honoured to have been awarded the 2016 Australian Cycling Luminary Award for bicycling culture and behaviour change. Presented by the Cycling Promotion Fund since 2003, the awards have become a national platform to celebrate the advancements in getting more people riding across Australia. The awards were presented at the Australian

Would you like bike riding to be safer in Victoria? Here’s your chance to help us make a difference. The Parliament of Victoria is conducting an inquiry into minimum overtaking distance laws – as you know, we call it ‘a metre matters’. This is our opportunity to impress upon the Victorian parliament that a metre

In April 2014, the Queensland government was the first Australian state to trial amended minimum overtaking distance road rules. The trial has been evaluated by an expert road safety research team, led by Prof Narelle Haworth at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q) at Queensland University of Technology. The evaluation

Selected Athletes Head To Europe The High5 Australian Women’s Development Team heads to Europe shortly for the second phase of their international development. Departing on March 15th, the team will tackle many of the iconic spring classics including the Women’s World Tour events La Fleche Wallonne and Gent Wevelgem. Also included in the European race

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Amy Gillett Foundation. In our hearts we wish there was no such anniversary. That would mean that Amy was still with us. She would have pursued her sporting dreams to their conclusion and having celebrated her 40th birthday in January, she would be enjoying the next phase of

There are many things I will never forget. Amy’s smile, how she looked in her wedding dress as she walked down the aisle and our last conversation when she joked about one of her teammates who was singing in the car alongside her as she travelled to a race in Germany. And of course I

As Amy’s parents, we view the Amy Gillett Foundation as a living legacy of Amy’s life. Nothing can ever erase the memory of Amy’s death, but just knowing that the AGF’s programmes are contributing to the community means such a lot to us. Out of such sorrow from a senseless tragedy, something positive began 10

Canberra’s Louisa Lobigs has been selected as the recipient of the 11th Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship. The Holden Women’s Cycling Team member is the current ACT individual time trial champion and in 2015 placed sixth at the Australian National Championships in the same discipline. The scholarship provides Lobigs with the opportunity to live, train and

The Amy Gillett Foundation welcomes the Victorian Parliamentary inquiry into minimum overtaking distance rules. “We look forward to sharing with the inquiry our experience of the trials of the minimum overtaking distance in Queensland and the ACT, and it’s implementation in SA,” Chief Executive Officer, Phoebe Dunn, said. Ms Dunn said the inquiry is a positive

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