Riding Two Abreast

30 May 2018 Cyclists often ride two abreast for a reason.  It’s safer. It increases visibility and reduces the chances of being in an accident with a motor vehicle. Bicycle riders are one of the most vulnerable road users, and riding two abreast make them more...

Minimum Passing Distance – Update

In May 2018, after a 2 year trial, the Minimum Passing Distance became permanent law in NSW.  Providing space when overtaking cyclists, is helping to protect our most vulnerable road users.   What is the Minimum Passing Distance?  When driving 60km/h and under, a...

Learn to Ride Sussex Inlet Launched

Shoalhaven City Council, in partnership with Sussex Inlet community groups have launched the new Learn to Ride facility at Thompson Street Sporting Complex, Sussex Inlet. The project received funding from three partners including $20,000 from the Gilmore Stronger...

‘Berry Estate Trails’ Project

A vision for cycling and walking trails in the Northern Shoalhaven The vision for the Berry Estate Trails project is for a network of interconnected trails for cycling, walking, running and horse-riding. These would connect Bomaderry, Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo...