The Australian Cycling Federation (ACA) has called for more of its members to take up cycling and will now be launching a national campaign to encourage more members to get out on the roads.
The Australian Bicycle Council (ABCC) is launching a campaign to get more cyclists out on their bikes and the Australian National Cycling Federation has said that there is an opportunity to make cycling a mainstream sport in Australia.
The ABCC is also launching a bicycle helmet campaign, and the National Bicycle Deal (NBD) has launched a campaign called “Bring Back Bike Rides”.
“Cycling is now mainstream sport,” NBD chief executive Michael Dyer said.
“We need to encourage cycling to become a more mainstream sport.”
The ABC has launched its campaign to increase participation in cycling, and said that it was launching a “cycling road trip” in the Sydney CBD next week, to encourage people to get on bikes and ride for fun.
“Bring back bike rides” will start on Saturday, September 15 at 11:30am and run until Saturday, October 4 at 10:30pm.
The ride will start from the Queen Victoria Bridge on the east side of the city, and will include stops at the Sydney Opera House, the Opera House on the waterfront and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Mr Dyer also said that he had been encouraged by the success of the bike-sharing program Ride to Work in Sydney and by the “bikes for people” campaign, which has been a success in other Australian cities.
“People want to get around, and we want to encourage that,” he said.
But the ABCC said that the “bike-for-people” campaign was not the same as a bicycle trip, and that it wanted to create a new bicycle experience.
Mr Deyer said that people could get a sense of how people who bike to work use their bikes on the ABC’s “Cyclosport” program.
“You’ll see that we’ve got people cycling in different locations on the city centre, but you’ll see people biking around the CBD, you’ll get to know them,” he explained.
He said that many people were concerned about the “lack of infrastructure” around cycling in Sydney, and they wanted to see more of the infrastructure built around cycling. “
It’s not just about bike-for trips, it’s about getting people to bike.”
He said that many people were concerned about the “lack of infrastructure” around cycling in Sydney, and they wanted to see more of the infrastructure built around cycling.
“There are lots of bikes, but the infrastructure is still not in place,” he told ABC News Breakfast.
He also said there was a need for more support for “people who cycle on bikes”. “
The infrastructure needs to be in place, and it needs to build in some capacity, because this is an important time in the cycle industry.”
He also said there was a need for more support for “people who cycle on bikes”.
The ABC said it was planning a bike tour in the CBD next year to coincide with the cycling tour, and a bicycle shop and cafe will be opening in the city next year.
“This is a way of showing support for cycling,” Mr Dyr said.
He said the tour was about building a relationship between people who were cycling and people who rode bikes.
“If we build the relationship, and if people are actually cycling, that will go a long way to making cycling more mainstream,” he added.