Your guide to a weekend at Wine, Wheels and Whiting

We are really looking forward to a gourmet weekend at the Clare Valley and Copper Coast. To help you prepare for the weekend, and ensure you don’t miss any of the activities and discounts the region have on offer here…

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Setting the record straight on South Australia’s Bike Laws

This article has been written by Andersons Solicitor’s Law Clerk, Julia Arena and settled by Senior Partner, Dion McCaffrie. Since 2012 cyclists have accounted for 4% of fatalities and 9% of serious injuries on our roads. A total of 21…

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Dirty Days lives up to its name

Dirty Days – Cudlee Creek Sunday August 12 2018   What a day. We thought Dirty Days would get dirty but we didn’t expect it to be like it was on Sunday!   We had a bunch of hardy mountain…

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Fathers Day Inspiration

Fathers day is coming and its time to show your appreciation to your Dad and what better way than a cycling related gift. Here is a list we have crafted to help you out and to put a smile on…

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Channeling Positive Energy for Youth In Remote Communities

August 3, 2018

Bushproof bikes – channelling positive energy for youth in remote communities I have been involved in Bikes Palya *, Bike SA’s youth engagement program on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankuntjatjara (APY) lands for the past five years. I used to visit…

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Is it bye bye bike share?

Dockless bike share in Australia, as we know it, is dead. Over the last few months, those rascally two wheeled disruptors of urban transport, fed by billions of dollars in overseas venture capital, have now retreated from the many countries…

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Future Adelaide: Path clear for major upgrade of Linear Park

July 26, 2018

Ben Cameron, The Advertiser July 19, 2018 8:30pm WITH billions of dollars pouring into the area, the northwestern suburbs with have been getting their share of the headlines but there’s also a feast of major projects happening in Adelaide’s eastern…

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Way2Go Bike Ed – Term 2

Despite moments of rain and wind students had a great time and learnt new skills both on and off-road. 1801 students took part in Way2Go Bike Ed across 25 primary schools, with 109 riding a bike for the first time with…

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A Wonderful World Bicycle Day

A short blog about our first World Bicycle Day – Sunday 3 June 2018. Bike SA wanted to celebrate this fantastic occasion with our members and friends so we decided to host a Free community ride. The Bike SA team…

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Way2Go Bike Ed

Way2Go Bike Ed is a component of the Way2Go program offered to primary schools by the Department of Planning, Transportation, and Infrastructure (DPTI). Way2Go schools promote safe, green and active travel. Bike SA is contracted by DPTI to deliver the Way2Go…

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