Media release and image courtesy Victoria Law Foundation Today a campaign to increase the safety of Victorian cyclists by making it easier for them to access information on bike law was launched by Victoria Law Foundation. Click here to download the Bike Law publication. The Bike Law education campaign aims to reduce the incidence of

Amy Gillett Foundation chairman Mark Textor will be joined by 29 riders, including Tour de France stage winners Brad McGee and Phil Anderson and Commonwealth Games road race champion Rochelle Gilmore in spreading the message on cycling safety during the annual Amy’s Share the Road Tour. Rolling out from Cronulla in Sydney’s south on Monday

Media release courtesy the Government of South Australia. An education campaign reminding motorists to Stay Wider of the Rider will begin today ahead of forthcoming changes to road rules regarding cyclists. Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan said the Motor Accident Commission campaign aims to inform both cyclists and motorists of their obligations on the roads. “There

In a landmark decision South Australia will become the first Australian state or territory to implement permanent minimum overtaking distance when overtaking bicycle riders. To begin on 25th October the new law is part of a range of safe cycling measures to be implemented in South Australia following recommendations by a Citizens’ Jury in January.

The Amy Gillett Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Phoebe Dunn as its new chief executive officer, commencing 12 October 2015. Ms Dunn brings to the Amy Gillett Foundation extensive leadership experience across the public, private and not for profit sectors, with strategic advisory, policy, project and legal expertise. She has held leadership

The Amy Gillett Foundation welcomes the ACT government’s implementation of a minimum distance when overtaking bicycles as part of a new package of road safety laws designed to make bike riding safer in the ACT. To begin on 1st of November 2015, the ACT will commence a two year trial of the ‘metre matters’ rule

A people’s peloton of more than 5,750 bike riders swarmed over the Great Ocean Road today – all in the name of cycling safety. The record field assembling for the fifth edition of the Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo, supporting the Amy Gillett Foundation, providing a once a year opportunity to ride on a fully closed

The Great Ocean Road is one of the Australia’s great drives, but this weekend it will become one of the nation’s great rides. Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo – this Sunday 13 September – will hand over the iconic Great Ocean Road to a record field of more than 5,700 cyclists for one weekend only, in

Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo for 2015 is already shaping up as one for the record books. For the first time in the event’s five year history, Wiggle Amy’s Gran Fondo will welcome more than 5,000 recreational and competitive cyclists to the Colac Otway and Surf Coast region on Sunday 13 September 2015 – a record