Does cycling on roads put your health at risk? Are the dangers exaggerated? New data backs up claims that cycling is high-risk in comparison to other modes of transport, writes Alan Davies.
The Queensland government is considering introducing bicycle registrations. But is it good policy? Alan Davies sorts the truth from the hyperbole.
Motorists instinctively begrudge cyclists road space. The time has come for drivers to realise roads are not exclusively theirs, writes Alan Davies.
Following the death of a Brisbane cyclist struck down by a cement truck, there are calls for new road rules requiring a minimum safe passing distance when vehicles overtake riders, writes Alan Davies.
They might look like refugees from a time that taste forgot, but lycra wearing 'roadies' have played a key role in establishing the legitimacy of cycling on the roads, writes Alan Davies.
A fully segmented system of paths for cyclists and drivers is preferable, but the best option we've got for significantly expanding cycling in Australia is to share road space, writes Alan Davies.
A British motorising organisation recently conducted a survey claiming 57% of cyclists run red lights. The tabloid media in Australia will probably get onto it soon, so it's worth having a look at the issue more closely, writes Alan Davies.
ABC News Breakfast's Michael Rowland and Karina Carvalho generated international outrage after agreeing on Monday morning that car "doorings" of cyclists aren't always the drivers fault, writes Alan Davies.
The argument that mandatory helmet law is the main reason bikeshare has failed in Australasia is compelling, but it's certainly not the only factor. Perhaps not even the most important one, writers Alan Davies.
Bruce Guthrie believes there is a case for compulsory registration of bicycles. The key downsides are obvious, but what about the upsides? The Urbanist's Alan Davies discusses.