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

Media release courtesy Cycling Australia 2015 Amy’s Otway Tour, September 12-13, Part of the Subaru Cycling Australia National Road Series This weekend the women’s Subaru National Road Series will kick things up a gear as Victoria’s picturesque Surf Coast Shire hosts the 2015 Amy’s Otway Tour. Set to be twice as good in 2015 with

The Amy Gillett Foundation welcomes important new statistics from leading Australian researchers that examines trends in bike riding fatalities. The study by University of New South Wales researchers Soufiane Boufous and Jake Olivier examines trends in cyclist fatalities in Australia between 1991 and 2013 compared to fatalities among other road users. The research also looks

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

Interim CEO Belinda Clark recently spoke at the National Road Safety Forum in Sydney, joining senior decision makers across a range of road user groups in discussing road safety strategies. Thank you ladies and gentlemen for the opportunity to talk today about a ‘Partnership Approach to Improving Cycling Safety’. Nowadays it seems that every organisation

The Amy Gillett Foundation has joined forces with the University of New South Wales Law faculty and Colin Biggers & Paisley to conduct the research into all laws impacting on bike safety in Australia. The bicycle safety organisation has formed a unique partnership with University of NSW and a major law firm to investigate how

Amy Gillett was remembered by the peloton in Zeulenroda, Germany overnight as the Women’s Tour of Thüringen stopped to commemorate the Australian cyclist who was killed 10 years ago while training for the event. Amy died and Katie Brown, Lorian Graham, Kate Nichols, Alexis Rhodes, and Louise Yaxley were seriously injured on 18 July 2005