Cycling News

Sydney Rides to Eat

Sydney bike riders get hungry and thirsty. If you own a business that serves up delicious food and drink, make them an offer they can’t refuse during this year’s Sydney Rides Festival (11 – 25 October). Perhaps a few bucks off the bill or a…

Workplace cycling program

We want to run a workplace cycling promotion program in early 2015 to encourage businesses in Sydney to actively promote and support staff riding more frequently. If you have the experience and know how to run this program, check out the Request for Tender and submit…

Liverpool Street cycleway plans

Design plans for new cycleways along Liverpool and Park streets are on exhibition. The Liverpool Street cycleway will provide an east/west bike route between Castlereagh Street and Darling Harbour. It will connect with the proposed cycleway on Castlereagh Street and and the soon to be…

Castlereagh Street cycleway plans

Design plans for a new separated cycleway along Castlereagh Street are on exhibition. The cycleway will connect Central to King Street, and in future continue along King and Pitt streets all the way to Circular Quay. The cycleway is part of Transport for NSW’s access…

NAIDOC in the City – Ride-about

A free bike tour exploring significant places of cultural interest in the heart of Sydney CBD.  Designed to finish at the NAIDOC in the City event in Hyde Park. Three tours will be running during the day. Bookings are essential as places are limited. Book…

Let us ride with you

Do you want to start riding your bike to work but need a bit of help getting started? Read on, we have a great opportunity. We’re offering free escorted rides to and from the city centre with expert instructors one day a week for six…

The facts on morning peak cycling counts

There has been confusion in some media outlets about the number of people using bikes and cars in central Sydney. Recent figures about the Kent and College Streets bike paths counted just one hour of the morning peak (8am – 9am). The number of bike…

City count reveals record bike trips

The total number of people riding in and around the City of Sydney for work and recreation has soared 132 per cent over the last four years, according to the latest independent figures. The number of daily bike trips in the City of Sydney local…

2014 Spring Cycle

The Spring Cycle, proudly supported by Transport for NSW, returns on Sunday 19 October. The City of Sydney is proud to sponsor the event again in 2014. As a key event of the 2014 Sydney Rides Festival – the 15km iconic ride over the Harbour…

Taylor Square community hub gets green light

The notorious former T2 nightclub at Taylor Square will be transformed into a community bike hub, complete with a café and new spaces for meetings, film screenings, talks, retail and bike hire. The concept design for the hub was endorsed by the City of Sydney…

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