Some works have been recently completed that will make riding into Geelong from Newcomb much safer… The new link takes riders off a precarious section of Portarlington Rd down a service road an then back onto Portarlington road where the bike lane resumes.
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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?
“Walking and cycling would be prioritised on a revitalised Malop St, the stretch of Mercer St traffic lights removed and Johnstone Park expanded to create a bold new entrance to the city, a major new project suggests” – Geelong Advertiser. The long term future of riding in Central Geelong looks promising with many important local…
“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.
Two years ago we raised this intersection with Vicroads and CoGG, to date little has been done apart from scaping and sweeping which has exposed the terrible condition of the road shoulder which is unridable on anything other than a Mountain Bike. Because of the poor condition of the shoulder riders are forced to move…
The annual Super Tuesday bike count is on TOMORROW, Tuesday March 5th. Remember to ride your bike between 7am and 9am tomorrow and BE COUNTED!
The annual Super Tuesday bike count will take place on March 5th.
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.
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.