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City of Kalamunda releases bike plan for comment, as cycling up Perth Hills grows in popularity - Community Newspaper Group

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City of Kalamunda releases bike plan for comment, as cycling up Perth Hills grows in popularity
Community Newspaper Group
The Bicycle Plan was been developed after extensive consultation from Cardno Consulting between February and March in 2017. As part of the process, two community workshops were held and the survey generated more than 200 responses. Mayor John Giardina ...


Council finally reaches a decision on contentious cycling plan - Ballarat Courier

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Council finally reaches a decision on contentious cycling plan
Ballarat Courier
Pathway: An image of a proposed cycling and walking path towards Ballarat station, one of the slated proposals in the report to be presented to Council next week. After a fiery night at Ballarat Town Hall, a decision was finally reached on the ...


Lift of helmet requirement in Canberra on the cards as ACT ... - The Canberra Times

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Lift of helmet requirement in Canberra on the cards as ACT ...
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A lift of compulsory helmets in Canberra is still on the cards as the ACT government looks at getting more people on bikes.

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Commonwealth Games 2018: Hayman, Edmondson spearhead ... - The Advertiser

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Commonwealth Games 2018: Hayman, Edmondson spearhead ...
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AUSTRALIAN stars Mathew Hayman and Alex Edmondson will fly to the Gold Coast just days after riding Paris-Roubaix in Europe to spearhead the mens road team at the Commonwealth Games in April.
Mathew Hayman and Alex Edmondson spearhead Aussie cycling team for Gold Coast Commonwealth GamesNEWS.com.au
Commonwealth Games 2018: Geelong cycling stars to make their Games debutGeelong Advertiser
Meyer doubles up for Commonwealth Games tiltThe Australian
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Cavendish's tests after UAE cycling crash - The West Australian

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Cavendish's tests after UAE cycling crash
The West Australian
Star British cyclist Mark Cavendish is undergoing medical checks after a crash on stage one, forcing him to pull out of the Abu Dhabi Tour. The Dimension Data rider, who won the opening stage of last year's race, hit the deck in the neutral zone ...
Abu Dhabi Tour organisers blame car's automatic sensors for making it brake and cause Mark Cavendish crashCycling Weekly
Cycling: Viviani sprints to victory and into Abu Dhabi Tour leadChannel NewsAsia
Cavendish crashes out of Abu Dhabi TourCyclingnews.com

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Commonwealth Games 2018: Cyclist Steele von Hoff breaks neck ... - The Advertiser

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Commonwealth Games 2018: Cyclist Steele von Hoff breaks neck ...
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JUST hours after he was named in his first ever Commonwealth Games team, Australian cyclist Steele von Hoff was in The Alfred Hospital with four fractured vertebrae and is now racing against time to make it to the Gold Coast in April.

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Cycling in later life makes you less likely to have a bad fall - New Scientist

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Cycling in later life makes you less likely to have a bad fall
New Scientist
Cycling in later life makes you less likely to have a bad fall. LON68107. David Hurn/Magnum. By Alice Klein. Middle-aged men in Lycra – or “MAMILs” – may be onto something. People who keep cycling into their later years are surer on their feet ...


Perth bike path speed bump trial set to force speeding cyclists to ... - ABC Online

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Perth bike path speed bump trial set to force speeding cyclists to ...
ABC Online
A trial of speed bumps on shared bike and pedestrian paths will be launched shortly in high-traffic areas in Perth, in response to complaints of cyclists riding dangerously on shared paths.
Speed bump trial rolled out to slow down Perth cyclistsThe West Australian

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The Coffee Ride #175, with Reece Homfray: Australian cycling's 50 most influential list - The Advertiser

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The Coffee Ride #175, with Reece Homfray: Australian cycling's 50 most influential list
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And who are the media personalities who are the conduit between the teams, riders and the public? These factors were all take into consideration when compiling The Coffee Ride's first Top 50 most influential people in Australian cycling. The basic ...

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How being a MAMIL saved a cyclist's life - ABC Online

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How being a MAMIL saved a cyclist's life
ABC Online
But cycling was also his saviour. He said the only thing that kept him going was looking forward to future rides he was going to do. "The one thing that kept me here was, oh, there's an event at the end of January that I'm looking forward to," he said ...


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