Thursday, 20 December 2018 by

As 2018 draws to a close, it is timely to look back on our achievements for the year of which we can be proud, including cementing a metre matters laws in NSW and the ACT after successful two-year trials and securing a commitment from the NT to introduce these laws in early 2019.  Victoria remains the outlier,

Our partnership with the Ford Driving Skills for Life Program had the Today show broadcasting live during their weather crosses on Saturday morning from Sydney Motorsport park at Eastern Creek. With significant branding onsite and our safe cycling content in the course, our messages was carried around the country into millions of households that would

Thanks to the 200 people who purchased tickets in our inaugural raffle. Curve Cycling donated 1 x Steel Kevin bicycle we boosted the offer with 2 x Free Gran Fondo entries   The winner of our raffle is: James Wallis – Congratulations! Thanks again and especially thanks to Adam and Rhino at Curve for their support.

24 cyclists are set to embark on the 2018 Amy’s Share the Road Tour, riding almost 800kms from Wodonga to Melbourne via the Alpine peaks of Falls Creek, Mt Buller and the Yarra Valley, raising funds to support the work of the Amy Gillett Foundation. Starting on Sunday, the 6-day fully supported Tour will finish

An Open Letter to Hon Mark Ryan, Hon Mark Bailey, Hon Jarrod Bleijie, Commissioner Ian Stewart, CEO Bicycle Queensland Anne Savage, Board of We Ride Australia, Bicycling Australia, Amy Gillett Foundation, Bike SA, Bicycle NSW, Bicycle Victoria, Bicycle Network Australia, Cycling Australia, Westcycle, Pedal Power Canberra and other concerned parties. I am writing this as an


Wednesday, 07 November 2018 by

The Amy Gillett Foundation extends its sincerest condolences to family and friends of father of three Cameron Frewer and those of the other life lost over the past 4 days. As another passionate cycling safety advocate, we admired Cameron’s conviction and evidence-based approach. His work online with Drive Safe Pass Wide is testament to his

The Amy Gillett Foundation’s sole focus is on actions and policy that help to achieve a safe cycling environment in Australia. As we have repeatedly stated, while helmets do not make you safer, you are better off when wearing one in the event of a crash. The current discussion about helmet laws is a distraction

The ACT today announced that after a three year trial, a metre matters or minimum passing distance legislation will become permanent law. The Amy Gillett Foundation is naturally pleased with this result. “We are delighted with the announcement that minimum passing distance laws are here to stay in the ACT.  We look forward to continuing

Concerted and urgent action is required to address the alarming increase in serious injuries and deaths of cyclists over the last nine years. This includes life saving education and enforcement of minimum passing distance laws now in place or pledged in all states and territories across Australia, with the exception of Victoria. The benefits and