That’s a wrap – Dirty Weekend 2018

Thank you to the weather gods for giving us the stunning weather we experienced at the Dirty Weekend. We think this really was the best one yet. Here is our blog of the weekend, we hope it brings back some…

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Dirty Weekend is coming

It’s time to get the final prep underway for the weekend big event. Pack your tent, get the bike lubed, hydrate and carb up! To help your event run more smoothly the Bike SA team have some insight into whats…

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Dirty Weekend Update

The stage is set for another fabulous weekend of MTB action! The track has been carefully crafted by our Trail builder Nick Bowmen and his band of volunteers. Forestry SA and Bike SA have been creating a great space for…

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UN General Assembly adopts resolution declaring June 3rd as World Bicycle Day!

Since the presentation of the 2014 Adelaide Velo-city Global, the world’s largest cycling planning conference, Bike SA has been engaged as a Board Member of the World Cycling Alliance. Our engagement in this forum has been highly informative in our…

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Bike Meet at Bowden

** community announcement ** This Saturday 21st April Adelaide Bike Kitchen (ABK) is hosting a Twilight bike market at 22 Gibson St from 4-6pm, followed by tasty local street food and live music from local (Mabiina Party) and interstate (Lily…

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Adelaide Cyclist to Become Youngest Person to Ride around the Planet

February 23, 2018

Jimmy Ashby has been doing cycle touring since the age of 14 and after four years of self supported long distance tours, Jimmy is preparing for his biggest ever challenge, an around the globe ride. In completing the ride, Jimmy…

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Behold the ‘Cycling Vote’ – It’s time to give 239,000 South Australians a voice

As of Friday 9 March… Labour Party The Labour Party has provided a detailed response to Bike SA’s key issues paper, which can be found as Labor response – Bike SA.   Greens “The starting point is to revise the State…

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Cycling to work: major new study suggests health benefits are staggering

January 24, 2018

Authors Jason Gill Reader, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow Carlos Celis-Morales Research Associate, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow Research has consistently shown that people who are less physically active are both more…

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New to 2018 – Velo Vino

SAVE THESE DATES – April 15 to 20. For over 12 months now we have been working with iconic chef Simon Bryant (culinary maestro and Creative Director of Tasting Australia) on a brand new, premium cycling tour offering in SA….

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Gear Up Girl Wrap

After Gear Up Girl, we had a chat with event ambassador Margaret Boylan. Margaret is a Cycling Australia coach, working with the She Rides programme which is focused on helping women making cycling a part of their lives through building…

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