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We’ve put together some education for roads crews with the help of Vicroads and Bikesafe. We’re aiming to improve how road workers deal with signage, bike lanes, riders and the work site. Riders around Geelong (particularly the inexperienced, young or old) can find it difficult to negotiate unexpected hazards when riding… But sometimes these hazards are avoidable and vulnerable…

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“Bendigo, population about 100,000, is leading the state with a new strategy that encourages residents to swap the car one day a week, in favour of cycling, scootering, walking and public transport. The Bendigo Council is backing the push with dollars, with spending on shared cycling/walking paths in the city almost doubling over the next…

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Shopping malls are the main places in Australia that prioritise pedestrian movement. Westfield #Geelong keep cars away for buyers. You can’t park out the front of many shops at all yet the place is pumping. The business model of priotising movement of people works, just ask the share holders. Do city planners understand that nice,…

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Cargo bike display

BUG will be have a display of different cargo bikes on Saturday for anyone who wants to learn more about them.  What’s a cargo bike?: Come along and find out! BUG members will be in attendance to answer questions, along with cargo bike distributors.

Geelong Active Streets

As part of the Sustainable Living Festival in Geelong, the City of Greater Geelong is sponsoring the Geelong Active Streets event on Saturday.  This event will include a number of bicycle related activities.  BUG is organising a cargo bike display for the event.  See below for more information.

Society will be ok while kids are still riding bikes… #ridelikeagirl #sisters #schoolholidayfun A photo posted by byronmitchell (@byronmitchell) on Dec 22, 2014 at 2:57pm PST