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Bikes for Africa Project

Geilston Bay High students restore and send 400 bikes to Africa.

Push Power for Hobart Workers

Nineteen percent of Tasmanians ride in a typical week but only 6% ride for transport.

MONA Takes Out Cycling Clips

MONA has been awarded the Bicycle Tasmania Cycling Clips, while Mardy Ayton from the Hobart City Council took out the Cycling South Cadence Award. 

Hobart Speed Reduction Proposal

Hobart City Council is seeking feedback on Stage 2 proposal of Hobart speed reductions from 60km/h to 50km/h. 

Bicycle Tasmania's Federal Election Campaign

To promote the importance of improving bike infrastructure to Federal electoral candidates, Bicycle Tasmania is currently rolling out its 2013 electoral campaign.