Bicycle Users Geelong was delighted to welcome Greg Barber (Greens Member of Parliament) to Geelong today.
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A compelling article from ‘the conversation’ addressing the many benefits of bike paths including the significant impact they can have on nearby property prices.
A ride through central Geelong on 11am Saturday 18 May It begins at eastern park and will wind through the city streets and then back to eastern park for a BYO picnic lunch.
More proof that Geelong was not always a car town… Image courtesy of the Geelong Heritage Centre
Murradoc Rd from Drysdale to St. Leonards is going to have 1.5m sealed shoulders. Part of a $2.17 million makeover of five local roads coming soon.
Geelong Ford workers on bikes make the commute home during the construction of the North Geelong Factory in 1925. Source: Geelong Heritage Centre Is there a bike lane on the Princess Hwy now?
“Imagine if we could invent something that cut road and rail crowding, cut noise, cut pollution and illhealth – something that improved life for everyone, quite quickly, without the cost and disruption of new roads and railways. Well, we invented it 200 years ago: the bicycle.” The mayor of London introduces his vision for cycling.