What we do

We cannot build new paths or lanes or change the ‘road culture’ overnight. But we can advocate on behalf of NT commuter and recreational cyclists (and all the others too) for better networks and safer cycling conditions.

For problems that you encounter on your path or road everyday, please see our section ‘Report a fault ‘.

Our priorities were identified at the First Special General Meeting held in October 2006 and are outlined below. They provide a good base through which members can become involved in projects/areas of interest to them. These are:

  • advocacy (for improved conditions for NT cyclists)
  • member support (such as education, training, workshops on basic bicycle maintenance)
  • promotion  (of cycling in general and Bicycle NT)
  • funding (for Bicycle NT to be able to fulfil its role adequately).

Contact us if you would like to contribute to any of these areas and work with us towards a cycle-friendly Territory.

How you can get involved

There are many ways for you to get involved. You can

  • become a member of Bicycle NT (and encourage others to join too)
  • become a committe member of Bicycle NT
  • help with occasional events
  • raise your cycling issues with your local member
  • promote cycling by cycling yourself to work, to the local shops and schools