Voting for the City of Greater Geelong council elections concludes this week, with the Mayoral position now directly elected. Bicycle Network Victoria has sought responses from candidates from council electorates all over Victoria. We present those responses provided by candidates for the COGG Council.
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RIde2Work Day is on again next Wednesday (October 17th, 2012). Join in and try out riding to work, or celebrate your regular commute with fellow cyclists.
Super Tuesday, the annual visual cyclist count, is on this Tuesday.
Wednesday October 12th is Ride to Work Day 2011. Join the 1000s of others who will ride their bike to work on Wednesday, many of who doing it for the first time.
A number of improvements have recently been completed on the Bellarine Rail Trail by the City of Greater Geelong.
Victorians will go to the polls on Saturday, and so Bicycle Users Geelong has contacted the candidates up for election in each of the districts in the Geelong region. Each candidate was asked about their position on cycling issues so that we could present the responses to Geelong region cyclists, allowing them to make a…
The new plan from the City of Greater Geelong for the Northern Section of the Swanston Street Bike Link is now available for community feedback. The plan, which covers the section of Swanston Street North from McKillop Street, features almost exclusively one-way bike paths adjacent to existing footpaths.
A number of Geelong region buses are now displaying bicycle safety messages. McHarry’s Buslines are taking part in the Bike Safe campaign for improved safety for cyclists by displaying the messages on the back of 20 of their buses.
The biggest week ever for cycling in Geelong is upon us. In fact the 2010 UCI Road Cycling Championships are probably going to be the most important sporting event that Geelong will ever host. 200,000 or so spectators are expected to line the course, with millions more from around the world watching the action unfold…
The Belmont Criterium Track was officially opened yesterday. Geelong Mayor John Mitchell, councillor Bruce Harwood, and South Barwon MP Michael Crutchfield were in attendance, along with many members of the Geelong Cycling Club, the Geelong Veterans Cycling Club and the wider cycling community.