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Bike School: The Squeaky Wheel

The Squeaky Wheel opens up cycling and its benefits to communities and people that may otherwise never get the chance to ride.  Hamdi Mohamed sits astride a fuchsia Malvern Star. A pink Nutcase helmet tops her white hijab. Her tartan school dress

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The ‘Upcycled Bike’

According to new research the average British kitchen has $457 worth of unused gadgets, generally totalling an average of 34 items that go untouched. In light if this, food delivery company, Deliveroo, decided to make a fully-functioning delivery bicycle made out of

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Utilities: The Bicycle Snake

By now you’ve probably seen that we’ve started doing some new sections on the Treadlie website, whether that be the Centrefold or Editors Picks. Utilities is a new area we’re adding to the mix. There are so many interesting and useful features in

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Yack Attack

As this year’s High Country Harvest kicked off and the rain teemed down on Melbourne we celebrated the pies – the handmade Gum Tree variety – in sunny Yackandandah. On a balmy autumn arvo post dawn yoga in the vines (the North

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$12 million for iconic High Country cycle trail

Cycle tourism in Victoria’s High Country has received a massive vote of confidence with a State Government commitment of $12 million during 2017/18 to extend, enhance and market the iconic Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. The funding boost was announced today by Jaclyn Symes,

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Ten things you didn’t know about eBikes

Beginning as a niche movement, eBikes have quickly become a global phenomenon, there are now over 2.5 million eBikes in Germany alone – and now it’s Australia’s turn. For young or old, for urban or sporty use, pedelecs (electric bicycles that must

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