Whittlesea Bicycle Users Group, serving the Whittlesea Cycling Community.
Whittlesea BUG members organise social rides for cyclists of all skill levels. There are regular rides on Saturdays and Sundays, (Twilight rides during Summer) as well as occasional weekend trips. Find out more about these rides.
CampaignsWhittlesea BUG campaigns to improve cycling conditions in Whittlesea. Read more about past and present campaigns and how to get involved.
Whittlesea BUG organises workshops and classes to educate cyclists about basic bicycle repairs and cycling skills.
Whittlesea BUG - Sunday 11th March 2018 Rides
Last Updated on March 10, 2018
This Sunday, 11 March 2018, Whittlesea BUG is offering the "Epping to That's Amore" and "Birdie Num Num" rides. Click on the flyers for a full details.
Merri Creek Park will benefit from a $1.7 million upgrade to develop visitor infrastructure – including 6km of bike and walking paths.
The investment, from the Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (GAIC) fund, will improve community access to the 650 hectare green space in Campbellfield, protecting the state and nationally significant native grasses.
The upgrade includes:
• a link to the Whittlesea Public Gardens in Lalor, which sits on the other side of the Hume Freeway
• a link between Somerset Rd and Horne St on the eastern side of the Merri Creek Park
• a trail within the park’s conservation zone
• a new bridge crossing over the Merri Creek
The GAIC is a one-off contribution payable by landowners developing urban housing in land that has been zoned for urban use and development in Cardinia, Casey, Hume, Melton, Mitchell, Whittlesea and Wyndham local government areas. GAIC funding supports Melbourne’s growing communities by contributing to state and regionally significant infrastructure including ambulance sites, parks, schools and public transport
City of Whittlesea Bicycle Plan 2016-2020
Last Updated on September 24, 2016
City of Whittlesea's Bicycle Plan for 2016-2020 sets out how local council will advocate, facilitate and provide for more bicycle infrastructure and encourage more people to ride their bikes in our new and established communities.
The plan establishes the councils commitment to adopting bicycle use as a viable form of transport that contributes towards health, wellbeing and economic and environmental outcomes. It also encourages people to build social connections and participate in community life.
Funded 2016/17 Projects Include:
Darebin Creek Trail - Sycamore Reserve to Findon Road (Stages 3 - 8)
See the full bicycle plan here.