A brush with death can put things sharply into perspective. For James Alderson it meant getting back to doing what he had loved as a kid. James Alderson’s first bike was a BMX. A gift from his dad. “It was white with pink and purple triangles on it and pink grips.” After a couple of years of skids, bunny hops and jumps, he realised that...
New research from RACV has identified the priority cycling routes across metropolitan Melbourne in a bid to promote safe and active options for Melburnians to move around the city. RACV has developed a shortlist for strategic cycling corridors to encourage the State
A UNSW Sydney study has shown a clear link between mandatory helmet laws and a drastic reduction in cycling fatalities. The evidence is in: Australian mandatory helmet laws brought in to reduce fatalities in cycling have worked, with a world-first study of such
Swrve was started in 2005 out of a “need for stylish, strong and functional clothing that would perform as well on a bike as in an office” – a need that we most certainly share. With this in mind, the B.E.L.T. (short for
We are excited to share that the award-winning film, The Bikes of Wrath is coming to Australia – read on for where and when to watch it. Inspired by John Steinbeck’s novel, The Grapes of Wrath, the film captures five Australian friends’ 30-day cycling journey from Oklahoma
We’re excited to announce that the Treadlie Bike Hub is back for 2019. We’re equally as excited to reveal who our exhibitors will be for this year’s event – and we have a feeling you will be too. Be sure to visit