Transport, travel and driving
Cycling New South Wales is the governing body for cycling competition in New South Wales, with 64 affiliated clubs and over 7500 affiliated members.
Bicyle NSW promotes and supports cycling in all its forms as an environmentally sustainable and healthy form of transport, recreation and tourism.
This website is a great tool for those who want to give cycling a go for the first time, as well as catering for dedicated and regular cyclists.
Even experienced riders are exposed and vulnerable in the road environment. Riding defensively and scanning the road can improve your safety.
To help bicycle riders travelling around their communities, these cycleway maps cater for all levels of bicycle users and are easy to understand.
In NSW, a bicycle is considered a vehicle and cyclists are required to obey the road rules. Find out about the special road rules for cyclists.
A local council's Bike Plan documents cycleway projects and other initiatives that are designed to encourage more and safer cycling in a specific area or region.
If the rear number plate of your vehicle is obscured by a bike or bike rack, you must either mount the number plate elsewhere, or purchase a special bike rack plate.
A secure bicycle locker allows you to combine cycling with public transport, a healthy alternative to being stuck in a car.