Yesterday we met with Christine Couzens MP to talk about bike Geelong’s chronic car dependence, lack of rider safety and a few projects.
Many people care for improving Geelong streets.
Getting people riding is not rocket science…
The Bellarine Rail Trail is now chicane free from Geelong to Drysdale!
After a long period of advocacy, petitioning and pleading, the Geelong council has removed the bulky, tight and dangerous chicanes from a big stretch of the trail.
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.
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…
At ocean grove
Hipster cool… with beer at Little Creatures brewery Geelong.
A mock up of a design change to car sick Ryrie st. This street is Geelong’s favourite for travelling across town… It’s just a shame that it’s in the middle of town and once the historical main street. This relocation of space would re-invigorate this strip. It would also politely ask drivers to go elsewhere if they are just wanting to pass through.