Bike SA Christmas Stocking Fillers

Last-Minute Christmas Gifts,  Need some quick gifts for the cyclists in your life but not keen on gift wrapping a bicycle? Here are some options to top up the Christmas stocking: The Bike Book by Haynes – If you have…

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Gear Up Girl – Riding in a group situation

November 19, 2019

The Gear Up Girl SA Ride is about giving women from all kinds of cycling backgrounds the opportunity for a great day out on the bike. The ride is a group ride situation as the various ride groups set off…

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Jimmy Ashby – Young Australian Adventurer of the Year

November 8, 2019
David Valente

Jimmy Ashby, the young South Australian who at just 18 years of age set himself the challenge of riding his bike around the world, has been named the Young Adventurer of the Year by the Australian Geographic Society. Jimmy, now…

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Make the most of your Fleurieu Fondo

October 30, 2019
David Valente

So you love the fun, the company, the spectacular scenery and quiet country roads of the Fleurieu Fondo. You’ve entered, you’ve done some training rides and now we’re down to the final few days before we line up at the…

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Bikes Palya’s year of boosting communities

Bicycle SA’s Bikes Palya team is understandably proud of the fun and flowing pump track that it built in Oodnadatta in July with the invaluable help of Nick Bowman from Destination Trails. The track, to entertain the young people in…

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Cycle Salisbury a community success story

September 11, 2019

The Cycle Salisbury Social Rides Program recently celebrated its sixth successful year of operation with a significant milestone – passing 1000 riders for the year for the first time. The award-winning Cycle Salisbury program began in September 2013 in a…

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The law regarding cyclists and left-turning drivers

Written by Julia Arena from Andersons Solicitors. By law, cyclists are required to keep as far left as possible on our roadways, and the construction of bike lanes on the left-hand side of the road aids in allowing cyclists to…

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Bikes Palya continues its support of the Lands

Bikes Palya recently returned from an epic four-week tour to all eight Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) schools and their adjoining communities. The successful trip benefited the communities by repairing school bike fleets and teaching students about health, safety and bike…

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Changes to Bike Laws: Three Years On

By 2013, 8.6 million or 37.4 per cent of Australians cycled. That same year, 50 people in Australia died while cycling. In South Australia, 220,000 people were riding their bike at least once a week in 2013. At the end…

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Dirty Days Returns for 2019

Bike SA is already well known in the mountain bike world for the Dirty Weekend, which has seen many mountain bikers take to the trails since the first event back in 2001! Bike SA also offers another, more casual foray…

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