The latest news from The Bicycle Institute of South Australia.

Draft Marryatville Precinct Master Plan

In this joint submission from Bike Adelaide and the Norwood, Payneham & St Peters Bicycle Users Group we recognise that the proposed design provides a welcome rebalancing for pedestrian safety, […]

Super Tuesday 2024

The Super Tuesday count is a national count of cyclists and pedestrians undertaken on the first Tuesday in March since 2009. In Adelaide, with no wind to speak of, weather […]

Media Release – Boost The Bike Budget

For many years, South Australia’s State Bicycle Fund has been an important source of funding for local governments to deliver improvements to active transport infrastructure. However, in January this year […]

Keswick Creek Open Space concept

While not a significant active transport route, the proposal by West Torrens Council to use the space beside the creek to create an usable area for residents does offer some […]

Lower Brown Hill Creek submission

Bike Adelaide indicated its full support for the concept of capping Lower Brownhill Creek to create valuable open space and a shared use path for active transport.

Boost the Bike Budget

Bike Adelaide is keen to see a significant increase in South Australia’s funding for bicycle infrastructure.  These are some of the recent messages from BA to Boost the Bike Budget!

E-bike subsidies

Earlier in 2023, the Albanese Labor Government introduced the National Electric Vehicle Strategy. Unfortunately it did not recognise e-bikes as electric vehicles. In response Bike Adelaide has written to Hon […]

Kings Rd, Salisbury submission

Bike Adelaide have prepared a submission supporting the proposed shared use path between Kings Rd and York Tce, Salisbury. We offered some future enhancements to the path, but weighed in […]

Wakefield St submissions

Bike Adelaide lodged two submissions regarding the Adelaide City Councils proposed refresh of Wakefield St. We are very concerned that the plans present no significant change to the streets layout, […]

Hahndorf Upgrade submission

Vice President Fay Paterson prepared a submission detailing further engineering that would benefit both cyclists and pedestrians in the Governments latest concept to resolve the traffic issues in and around […]