The Amy Gillett Foundation welcomes the New South Wales Government’s announcement that carriage of identification by cyclists will become a recommendation rather than being a mandatory requirement. “We’re pleased to see that the government has listened to the representations of the Amy Gillett Foundation, among others, and changed their position on compulsory carriage of identification.

The Amy Gillett Foundation congratulates the Tasmanian Government on the announcement that it will adopt a metre matters laws, made today at the Launceston Cycling Classic. Amy Gillett Foundation CEO, Phoebe Dunn, and Patron Simon Gillett joined the Minister for Infrastructure, the Hon Rene Hidding MP, at the announcement. “We are delighted that Tasmania has

Today, the 8th Amy’s Share the Road Tour finished its Tour from Canberra to Melbourne in style on the steps of Parliament House. The Tour concluded with a message delivered directly to the Victorian government that 9 out of 10 Victorians support the immediate introduction of a metre matters laws to make cycling safer. Read more

Victorians overwhelmingly support minimum passing distance laws, new community attitudes research just released in Victoria has found. Conducted by Galaxy, the research reveals that 9 out of 10 Victorians (88%) support the introduction of a metre matters laws in Victoria. “The latest research show that the vast majority of Victorians support these laws, motorists and

The 8th edition of Amy’s Share the Road Tour is now on and providing participants with an extraordinary cycling escapade riding alongside current and former cycling professionals in an exclusive six-day event. The entourage leading our peleton includes 2016 Rio Olympians Rachel Neylan and Gracie Elvin plus road race champion Rochelle Gilmore and the Amy Gillett

The Amy Gillett Foundation welcomes the report of the Parliamentary Inquiry into minimum overtaking distance laws in Victoria, which recommends that the Victorian Government adopt a metre matters laws. The Economy and Infrastructure Standing Committee unanimously supported adoption of such laws in Victorian in its report tabled in the Victorian Parliament today, following its Inquiry

More than 5,500 bike riders took over the Great Ocean Road last weekend– all in the name of raising awareness about the need for ‘a metre matters’ laws in Victoria. The majority of Australian states and territories have taken action to make cyclists safer by implementing a metre matters laws, and the Amy Gillett Foundation and the

The Amy Gillett Foundation today deployed its revolutionary ‘Cyclist Ahead’ electronic warning signs to improve the safety of road users along the Deans Marsh-Lorne Road. The Minister for Roads and Road Safety, the Hon Luke Donnellan, was on hand to cut the ribbon and officially commission the ‘Cyclist Ahead’ warning signs. Located outside Lorne, in

This Sunday 5,500 cyclists, accompanied by thousands of family members and friends, will take to the iconic Great Ocean Road to raise awareness of the need for ‘a metre matters’ laws in Victoria. A metre matters requires drivers to provide a minimum distance of one metre when overtaking a bike rider in speed zones at

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