The updated NT Road Users Handbook is now available online http://www.transport.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/38108/handbook.pdf
It includes an expanded section on sharing the road with cyclists (page 33), with additional road rules for cyclists. Bicycle NT is very proud to have pushed for this inclusion and contributed to it. We have also provided cycling related question for the theory test.
The NT Planning Commission intends to rezone the Howard Springs Pine Forest as a residential area. The Pine Forest is a popular well utilised off road cycling area. An e-petition opened last Friday to oppose this initiative and preserve this area for recreational use. Read More
The on-line survey is now live – use the link to go to the City of Darwin web-page, from which you can click through to the survey.
City of Darwin is developing a Darwin Bike Plan to be an integral part of Council’s strategy for catering for cyclists now and into the future.
The objective of the plan is to establish a comprehensive approach to the development of a quality route network, supported by a range of initiatives and prioritised works which match City of Darwin’s ambitions Read More
Bicycle NT AGM will be held on Monday November 25th,
at Nightcliff Electorate Room, Natasha Fyles office, Pavonia Place, Nightcliff , at 8 pm.
All positions will be declared vacant.
Come along to hear what we have been doing, think of nominating to be on the committee, and help shape future direction.
Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do a Super Sunday Recreation Count and earn $120 for your charity
Registrations are now open for the annual recreational bike count, Super Sunday.
CDU’s Enviro Collective is organising 2 events:
a FREE bike maintenance workshop on Tuesday 15th October 12- 1.30pm at the Bali Huts (near Basket ball courts) CDU, Casaurina
a FREE solar powered film night Screening ‘Dirt the movie’ And short films At Lakeside Drive Community Garden, near CDU Wednesday 16th October from 6pm. Bring something to sit on, snacks and your friends! see Enviro ride2work events
Come join Australia’s biggest celebration of commuter riding, Ride2Work Day
on Wednesday 16 October 2013. Read More
Australia’s cycling organisations have come together to ensure your voice is heard during this election.
Vote4Cycling provides a national statement, which has the backing of Australian cycling organisations, will give us all our best chance to have a Vote 4 Cycling.
By visiting www.vote4cycling.com.au you can read the 6 policy positions being put forward and you can also find a petition to put your name to and strengthen our cause.
Register for this year’s bike count at http://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/general/bike-futures/30600/
Count sites are in Alice Springs, Darwin and Palmerston. Read More