Ritchie Duncan The second criterium summer racing by the Byron Bay Cycling Club was held in great riding conditions and saw quick times last Sunday at the Byron Arts and Industry Estate circuit. In the main race A and B... Read More →
From Lismore Heights to Jack’s Ridge, 13-year-old Darcy Harris is showing form reminiscent of a young Cadel Evans.
Cycling 3000 kms to raise money for thee Fred Hollows foundation Hugo Crabb says part of his inspiration come from the time he has spent living in Byron Bay and all of the amazing supportive people he has met.
Sixteen riders spread across three grades and eight clubs from the local region competed in the first race of the Summer Criterium series in Byron Bay on the weekend.
Although it was her first year co-ordinating the World Naked Bike, Debra Conomy was ‘pretty sure’ this year’s head count of 165 was the biggest ever contingent in the history of the event in Byron Bay.
Byron Bay railway station sees some action once a year at least, when the proud members of the World Naked Bike Ride clan gather to get into their uniforms for the annual streaking cycle through the town.
Suffolk Park physiotherapist and competition cyclist Jenny Caldwell has been killed in a freak car accident near Newcastle.
Summer frivolities may be coming to a close and the resumption of a routine life is looming. Just a minute, is that some people on bikes I can see up ahead? And they’re nude? Ah, the World Naked Bike Riders are getting ready to pedal back into town.
Luke Roberts, Byron Bay. Josh Scott-Jouir’s recent article expounding the benefits of cycling around our beautiful region raises important issues and explodes some myths.
Byron Bay has been saved the shame of being unable to field a contingent in this coming weekend’s World Naked Bike Ride.
Police are preparing a report for he coroner after a cyclist was killed in a collision with a car on Ewingsdale Road last night.
Garth Luke, Mullumbimby. Surely the solution to Byron's traffic problems should include much greater bike use. Byron Bay is flat as a pancake and it is only a 20-minute ride into town for people from Suffolk and Sunrise.
Australian cycling has capped the 2013/14 UCI Track World Cup season with three gold, one silver and one bronze medal in the final round held in Guadalajara (Mexico) at the weekend.
Serious policy debates about urban transport invariably come down to the relative merits of cars versus public transport.
Caroline Buchanan’s record breaking 2013 has continued with the Canberran sweeping the Jayco 2013 Australian Cyclist of the Year Awards held at Melbourne's Crown Entertainment Complex on Friday night.
Some of the world’s toughest military education and training will be imparted on Australia’s best female cyclists when the Australian National Women’s Endurance Cycling Program Selection Camp begins at at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra on Monday.
Eka Eiff, Ocean Shores. It is possible there are alternatives to traffic congestion in Byron Bay. All we have to do is vote for a council that is daring to take the risk.
Jack Anderson for Budget Forklifts has claimed victory in the 2013 Grafton to Inverell Cycling Classic, sprinting past Ben Johnson to cross the line first after a gruelling 228km road race through spectacular New South Wales scenery.
Defending champion Peter Herzig is hoping a season away from the Subaru National Road Series (NRS) won’t hamper his chances of becoming only the second person in history to win two Grafton to Inverell Cycling Classics. To be held this Saturday,... Read More →
Dave Lisle, Mullumbimby. We cyclists must repent for threatening our community and species with the velo-menace.
W B Crompton, Mullumbimby. Are there any braver people on Earth? No, not the bikers, I mean the people who try to pass them on the road.
Marie Lawton, Byron Bay. How hard is it for cyclists in Byron? People complain if we are on the road (even if we cycle safely) and complain if we are on the footpath.
Regional rail is experiencing a revival in Europe. More lines are planned in the region I recently visited, to connect Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
The Tweed’s Battle on the Border 2013 will launch the first race of the Tour de Tweed five stage multi-race series tomorrow morning. Starting at the most northern edge of New South Wales, overlooking the iconic Duranbah surfing beach, 140... Read More →