• 2014-03-26 - Brainstrust Presentation Poster

    Australia’s Rich Cycling History

    Thursday, March 27, 2014

      The next in our series of BRAINSTRUST SEMINARS Australia’s Rich Cycling History by Jim Fitzpatrick Did you know that Australia once had the largest bicycle path network in the world? or that Australian soldiers were at the forefront of the first significant wartime use of the bicycle? Or that at one time, the world’s […]

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  • Sydney Park ...is about to Change. (Have your say)

    Vamping Sydney Park

    Sunday, March 2, 2014

    BIKESydney is calling for more people-orientated design for the new Draft Plan of Management for Sydney Park which is now open for public comment. You can view the entire Plan via the Project’s “Document Library” link (8.3MB) or download the key excerpts of the Plan here (1.9MB).) The key points of the Draft Management Plan […]

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  • The Waterloo Link will connect the Bourke St and Bourke Rd separated cycleways

    New Bourke St Cycleway – Cars entitled, while pedestrians and riders get the scraps.

    Sunday, December 15, 2013

    The City of Sydney is preparing to deliver the final section of the Bourke Street cycleway through Waterloo. However, the link will be delivered as a shared path (thus mixing riders in with pedestrians) rather than as a green, separated cycleway such as you now find along other sections of Bourke St. We think it […]

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  • 2013-09-24 - Going Dutch - 500x300 for Wordpress

    Brainstrust Seminar 6

    Tuesday, September 24, 2013

    GOING DUTCH – WHAT CAN AUSTRALIA LEARN FROM DUTCH CYCLING? Our Brainstrust series of free public seminars next looks into what elements of Dutch cycling infrastructure might be relevant for Sydney. The recently released Sydney City Centre Access Strategy signals the NSW Government’s intention to soon deliver a network of cycleways within Sydney’s CBD, and […]

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  • 2013-09-22 - Wordpress Hero image (500 x 300)

    BrainsTrust Seminar 7

    Sunday, September 22, 2013

    THE DOLLARS AND SENSE OF BUILDING FOR BIKES BIKESydney will be presenting another of our free, public Brainstrust seminars which will make the case that the delivery of cycling infrastructure should not be left to be the responsibility of governments. ┬áDoing so leaves cycling provisioning too exposed to the nuanced political environment. Come to hear […]

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BIKESydney Advocating Change

2014-03-26 - Brainstrust Presentation Poster
Mar
27

Australia’s Rich Cycling History

  The next in our series of BRAINSTRUST SEMINARS Australia’s Rich Cycling History by Jim Fitzpatrick Did you know that Australia once had the largest bicycle path network in the world? or that Australian soldiers were at the forefront of the first significant wartime use of the bicycle? Or that at one time, the world’s […]

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Sydney Park ...is about to Change. (Have your say)
Mar
2

Vamping Sydney Park

BIKESydney is calling for more people-orientated design for the new Draft Plan of Management for Sydney Park which is now open for public comment. You can view the entire Plan via the Project’s “Document Library” link (8.3MB) or download the key excerpts of the Plan here (1.9MB).) The key points of the Draft Management Plan […]

Read More
The Waterloo Link will connect the Bourke St and Bourke Rd separated cycleways
Dec
15

New Bourke St Cycleway – Cars entitled, while pedestrians and riders get the scraps.

The City of Sydney is preparing to deliver the final section of the Bourke Street cycleway through Waterloo. However, the link will be delivered as a shared path (thus mixing riders in with pedestrians) rather than as a green, separated cycleway such as you now find along other sections of Bourke St. We think it […]

Read More
2013-09-24 - Going Dutch - 500x300 for Wordpress
Sep
24

Brainstrust Seminar 6

GOING DUTCH – WHAT CAN AUSTRALIA LEARN FROM DUTCH CYCLING? Our Brainstrust series of free public seminars next looks into what elements of Dutch cycling infrastructure might be relevant for Sydney. The recently released Sydney City Centre Access Strategy signals the NSW Government’s intention to soon deliver a network of cycleways within Sydney’s CBD, and […]

Read More
2013-09-22 - Wordpress Hero image (500 x 300)
Sep
22

BrainsTrust Seminar 7

THE DOLLARS AND SENSE OF BUILDING FOR BIKES BIKESydney will be presenting another of our free, public Brainstrust seminars which will make the case that the delivery of cycling infrastructure should not be left to be the responsibility of governments. ┬áDoing so leaves cycling provisioning too exposed to the nuanced political environment. Come to hear […]

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GoFix_Sydney_cut
Jul
1

Report it, don’t ignore it. Go! Fix

  BIKESydney is a founding partner of Go! Fix, a platform open to everyone to log issues and request improvements to the cycling network, or indeed, the wider transport system.       Available online (below) or as an App for Android and Apple phones, Go! Fix now makes it irresistibly simple to make a difference. […]

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