The Amy Gillett Foundation was formed to honour Amy’s memory and create a lasting legacy in her name. The aim of the foundation is to promote road safety.
Audax rides are non-competitive long distance tours by bicycle. The challenge of Audax is not in racing, but in riding at your own pace to finish within the time limit. Audax events are held in most parts of Australia, and you will be made very welcome when participating in rides when visiting other Regions.
Bicycle Network Victoria is a self-funded community organisation, owned collectively by all Members. They work to build more cycling infrastructure and support behaviour change programs such as commuter and school cycling development.
Bikely shows bicycle routes mapped by other riders including distances and elevations around Melbourne and Victoria.
This web site provides information on cycling news and race results from around the world.
The key objective of the Cycling Promotion Fund is to increase the level of safe cycling in Australia. They achieve this by lifting the profile of cycling as a great activity for everyone.
Australia's social website to track aggressive magpies in your area.
Mountain Bike Australia, as the nation’s largest mountain biking association, serves as the national governing body for mountain biking throughout Australia.
Rail Trails Australia is a national organisation which promotes the preservation of old rail corridors for alternative public uses such as cycling, horse riding and bush walking. They liaise with other groups to promote the rail trail concept, publishing a quarterly newsletter, books, brochures and maps.
Road Bike Rider provides expert advice, tips and shared knowledge to road cycling enthusiasts, from beginner to experienced rider, to help you become a better cyclist and enjoy our sport even more.
This website contains just about everything you ever wanted to know about riding and maintaining a bike.
Vic Roads provide information on the Principle Bicycle Network, Bicycle Road Rules, Design Standards for Bicycle Facilities and Bicycle Safety and Education.
Wheels of Justice are Australians who happen to enjoy riding bicycles and who have had enough of negative attitudes and want to see positive changes for all road users through:
Education: We want to see drivers educated to understand that people who ride bicycles have the right to be on the road, and that they have a duty of care towards us.
Enforcement: We want to see the existing traffic laws properly enforced to protect the safety of all road users, and full penalties applied.
Accountability: We want all road users to be held accountable for their own actions, and the systems to be in place to ensure that happens.