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All cyclists need to know about injury compensation claims.
Monday, 20/06/16 - 0 comment(s)

Cyclists who are injured by third parties while out riding have a high success rate in suing for compensation, even if the culprit can't be found, says an accredited personal injury law specialist. Dimitri Valis, principal at Law Partners, says that while a number of high-profile criminal law cases – such as the Queensland truck driver who escaped charges in 2013 after hitting and killing cyclist Richard Pollett – may have left cyclists with the impression that suing a driver is a lost cause, when it comes to civil law, the... + continue reading


Mount Bogong, Australia's second highest mountain, as seen from Tawonga Gap. Cycle Traveller
Thursday, 19/11/15 - 0 comment(s)
We host many international cycle tourists from the network and wanted to come up with an itinerary to showcase our state, taking in as many rail trails and quiet country... + continue reading

Trip Blog

Me, at Mount Hotham, not riding a bike.
Monday, 20/06/16 - 0 comment(s)
You know that cliché that starts, 'when life throws you a curve ball'? Brace yourselves, I'm about to use it. I'd like to say I've been thrown a major one, because I never saw... + continue reading


What sort of pedal should I use for bicycle touring?
Monday, 20/06/16 - 0 comment(s)
Deciding what pedals to use for bicycle touring can do your head in, especially if you've never used cleats before and you're trying to decide on whether to make the switch. Staunch opinions abound on... + continue reading

What's On

Mount Warning, northern NSW. Cycle Traveller
Monday, 20/06/16 - 0 comment(s)
The Tweed Valley and the New England Tablelands in Northern NSW are what cycle touring dreams are made of. Quiet roads, stunning scenery, and lovely little towns make riding through here a delight to the... + continue reading


Parramatta's Female Orphan School by Joseph Lycett, 1825 (State Library of Victoria)
Wednesday, 07/10/15 - 0 comment(s)
This 19km bicycle route takes riders past some of the most significant sites of Australia's early colonial history. Starting at Westmead train station, this is a relatively easy and flat loop route to... + continue reading


The Canal Lateral in the South of France is a good option for cyclists.
Monday, 20/06/16 - 0 comment(s)
Our ride today follows the Canal Lateral and then the Canal du Midi – an 83km stretch between the towns of Grisolles and Avigninet-Lauragais in the south of France. The canals separate when we... + continue reading