In association with Victorian Police, the Police Association, we’re having a fundraiser for safe cycling. Thanks to the Pakenham Lions Football and Netball Club for hosting the event, activities will include face painting, raffles, food, competitions to and much more will keep families entertained as they learn more about us, how to donate while watching

The Canberra cycling community is invited to intend a memorial ceremony in honour of Kathy Ho and Teresa Foce who tragically both lost their lives riding on our local roads this year.   This memorial event is organised by Pedal Power ACT in conjunction with the Amy Gillett Foundation and the families of Kathy and

Great to see the City of Brisbane Mayor announcing a review into the city’s road safety with a plan to tackle an increasing number of deaths and accidents in its CBD — by slashing the speed limit down to 30km/h. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced a review into the city’s road safety, calling for

The Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF) and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) invite you to create a video which answers the question: How can cyclists and truck drivers share the road safely? Make a video and help us find ways to make roads safer for all Australians. What we know about these interactions: Trucks are over-represented in

The Amy Gillett Foundation focuses on making Australia a safer place to cycle through our efforts in legislation, research, education, training and awareness campaigns. The heads of Australia’s key cycling organisations met in Sydney last week to discuss current issues addressing the sector. The Summit wrapped up with a consensus statement from the cycling sector

In our bumper winter edition of Safe Together: AMM permanent law in NSW and soon in NT It’s tax time! Important reasons to support us Our 2018 Cycling Scholar – Ms Grace Brown A metre matters ‘on the bus’ in NSW Our own Dr Johnson appointed ACRS Co-VP Wiggle mid-season sale – up to 60% off New

The Amy Gillett Foundation is delighted with the news that the Victorian Government has moved to close a loophole in the current application of the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) compensation scheme in Victoria, so that cyclists will now be covered for injuries sustained if they hit a stationary vehicle regardless of whether they are travelling

Given recent news items, we feel it timely to remind and reinforce the facts about cycling two abreast. Cyclists are legally permitted to ride two-abreast, subject to the following rules: On single-lane roads, cyclists can’t ride beside more than one other cyclist (unless overtaking). On multi-lane roads, cyclists: can’t ride more than two abreast in

  Earlier this year we made our submission to the NSW Inquiry into heavy vehicle safety and use of technology to improve road safety. The Staysafe Committee of the NSW Parliament has now tabled its report and we’re pleased that our recommendations have been included for future consideration.   The Amy Gillett Foundation focused in its