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Cyclists and pedestrians are warned that there are currently a number of large work projects in the vicinity of the intersection with the NAR shared path at Howard Spring Read More
Bikes will have to be considered in all major infrastructure projects that are seeking Commonwealth funding, the Federal Government has proposed. Read More
An investigation of Australian cyclists’ reasons for red light infringement
In response so another straw poll, encouraging the motorist v cyclist debate, a recent study was undertaken to actually understand why cyclists infringe at red lights.
BicycleNT supports ALL road users obeying the rules, cyclists and motorists.
Follow the link for the published results of a recent survey conducted by Monash University and the Amy Gillet Foundation.
The remote Warruwi School on Goulburn Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria has won a national award for its cycling program.
Along with encouraging physical activity, the program has also contributed to an increase in enrolments and increase in attendance over the past five years. Read More
An active school is a healthy school
Friday 22 March 2013 marks the seventh National Ride2School Day, 140,000 Australian students are expected to ride, walk, scoot or skate to school, many for the first time.
Ride2School Day is about making active travel a normal part of the school day. There are many benefits to participating, here are just a few: Read More
Researchers in Queensland have determined the safest way to cycle at night is by wearing reflective bands at joints on the body, most importantly at the ankles and knees. It found the strategic placement of reflective markers was three times as effective as reflective vests.
High visibility clothing is not effective at night and reflective vests do not do enough to enhance visibility, the study said. Read More
Work is to commence on Monday 25 February 2013 (weather depending) to resurface key sections of the 3.8km shared path between McMinns Street on the edge of the Darwin CBD to the bottom of Woolner Road at Woolner. Read More
The Social Cinema, will be hosting another “Adventure Sports Film Night” this time, around bicycles.
Darwin Cyclists: the entire Mindil Beach Coastal Walk extending from the Mindil Beach car park to Darwin High School will remain closed while repairs and maintenance is undertaken at Mangrove Walkway Bridge- we will advise as soon as we have a date for re opening.