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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Canberra gets active The ACT Government has launched a new website, Find Fitness Outdoors, as part of its Healthy Weight Initiative. The website helps Canberra locals get active by connecting them with parks, paths and fitness stations around the city.
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Bayswater students get ACTIVE Students at Bayswater West Primary School in Melbourne are riding, walking, skating and scooting into a healthier future thanks to the launch of Ride2School’s ACTIVEMaps. Developed by Bicycle Network’s Ride2School program, the ACTIVEMaps initiative encourages
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Sydneysiders pedal in protest Sydney cyclists rolled on the College Street cycleway on Sunday to protest its removal by the Baird Government. The cycleway is a key north-south link in Sydney’s bike network, and while two new cycleways are proposed
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Local news Melbourne rides the night Melbourne is renowned for having four seasons in one day, but Saturday night/Sunday morning it seemed there was only one—the wet season. Despite this, more than 2000 excited riders rolled out for the city’s newest night time event for bike riders—Ride the Night—with the aim of raising money for YSAS to
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Peaks Challenge Gold Coast – are you up for it? A new, tough-as-nails cycling event in the pristine, sub-tropical rainforests of the Gold Coast Hinterlands is  to be held on 8 August this year, Bicycle Network announced yesterday. In
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Sydneysiders left in the lurch Plans to replace Sydney’s arterial College Street cycleway with part-time bike lanes will leave the city without a permanent north-south bike link and thousands of riders stranded.  Bicycle Network CEO Craig Richards is urging
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news What Adelaide women want Only one in five Adelaide bike riders are female, so what’s can be done to get more women riding? According to a recent survey of more than 500 women conducted by Bike SA, more bike
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Ride with Pride Tas Pride, with assistance from Bicycle Network Tasmania, hosted the inaugural Hobart Pride Ride on Sunday in support of the LGBT community and acclaimed chef Chris Jackman. Riders enjoyed a leisurely trundle along the InterCity Cycleway
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Aussies go for gold in Mexico Australia is off to a flying start in the 2014/2015 UCI Track World Cup Series, topping the medal tally at the first round of competition in Mexico with three gold, two silver and a
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The week’s top bike news from around the world, brought to you every Wednesday. Local news Fifty percent of Aussie workers would commute by bike for cash Bicycle Network has welcomed the support of the Heart Foundation and bike manufacturers and wholesalers for financial incentives for bike riders – a scheme Bicycle Network put forward to Prime Minister Tony
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