Issue 16 of Treadlie Magazine is available in stores Australia wide and available everywhere else on the iPad and Kindle from March 16th. Of course our subscribers will be getting it first and if you would like to join them then you can head over here to do so. Issue 16 features Katya Crema on the cover and stories on inspiring ,and...
Nixe Cycles have the stated aim to “make riding fun, practical and convenient”. As an e-commerce company they provide very accessible bicycles by delivering directly from their warehouse in Erskineville. Since their launch they have added several new bicycles to their line-up. The Classic, pictured
The City of Melbourne have made some big improvements for riders over the past few years, especially commuters, and this is reflected in the growth of cycling as a commuting mode of transport over the same period. They are now in the
The Gold Coast Bike & Street Fest is on again with a week of riding activities culminating in a street party on Sunday May 3rd. Held on Varsity Parade,Varsity Lakes, the Gold Coast Bike & Street Fest runs from 10am until 2pm
Bike riders are Victoria’s happiest road users, according to a recent survey, and are being encouraged to continue to ‘travel happy’ as part of a new awareness campaign aimed at improving behaviour on Victorian roads. The Travel Happy – Share the Road
What does art have to do with climate change? Jump on your bike and find out! ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015 is a festival of climate change related arts and ideas featuring curated exhibitions alongside a series of keynote lectures and public forums featuring local
How do you Solve a Problem like Maria? This is the catchy title, with a nod to The Sound of Music, of the 2015 SheSpoke event hosted by the City of Port Phillip as a part of The Women’s Ride. Have you