Cycling Brisbane is a great resource to help you plan your next ride. It is important to understand Brisbane’s pathway and road network to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for bike riders, pedestrians and road users. Remember that in Queensland, it is legal to ride on the footpath provided you keep left and give way to pedestrians. Check out our suite of safety information to ensure your ride is as enjoyable as possible.
Your bike will always perform at its best when kept well-maintained. Follow these simple steps to ensure your bike is always looked after.
The number of people enjoying Brisbane’s growing pathway network continues to increase year after year. Here are some tips to help make sharing Brisbane’s pathway network a safe and enjoyable experience.
When riding on the road, there will be situations where you will find yourself interacting with other road users including cars, trucks and buses. It is the responsibility of all road users to share the road safely.
It is important for all road users to know the road rules. Bike riders have the same rights and responsibilities as other road users. If they’re travelling slower than you, treat them as you would any other slow-moving vehicle.
Riding in a bunch can be enjoyable if done in the right way. However, bunch riding can also be a dangerous if people in the group don’t understand the rules. These tips are designed to help educate riders of the basic rules of riding in a bunch.
The rules of good mountain biking are simple: look after yourself, be respectful of others and take care of the area you’re in. It’s all about making sure you and others on the trail have a great day out in a safe and friendly environment.