Kedron Brook Bikeway is an off-road continuous path for people riding a bike from Everton Park to Kedron (and beyond in both directions). It connects with many local facilities including Grange Library, Stafford City, Kedron Brook Busway Station, parks, schools and sports clubs.
Cycling Brisbane is coming to Kedron Brook Bikeway from 1 March to June 2019 to help more people discover how they can use the path for some of their local trips. There will be a range of local activities you can get involved with and competitions to enter.
Download the map to see the area we are focusing on:
Cycling Brisbane will partner with local sporting clubs to encourage and celebrate our ‘Home Game Heroes’. These are individuals or families that ride to sports training or home ground games instead of using their car. Riding a bike is an ideal warm-up prior to training or a game, and may even be quicker than driving and finding a car park.
Whenever participants ride to a game, they will have their bike trips recorded on a rewards card and can enter the draw to win some great prizes, view the competition terms and conditions.
For your chance to be a Home Game Hero and win, speak to your team manager about getting your own rewards card or contact the Cycling Brisbane team.
During this project we’ll be posting news about local events and sharing local stories. Follow Cycling Brisbane on Instagram to stay in touch.
You also can apply to take over the Cycling Brisbane Instagram account, with 6,000 followers, for a week. You can share photos of the beautiful Kedron Brook Bikeway and how you use a bike to get around.
Cycling Brisbane believes that it’s not enough to simply tell people to ride; we provide hundreds of workshops every year throughout the city to support the community to learn by doing. Qualified instructors run the workshops which teach everything from safer techniques for riding on the road through to riding with kids. We will also be working with local kindergartens and schools to deliver bike skills training to children and their families.
You can view the calendar of workshops online.
Would you like to use technology to keep track of your rides?
Sign up to the Kedron Brook Bikeway group on the Love to Ride platform. You’ll be able to record your rides and set your own challenges (e.g. two rides per week), plus connect with other people who are riding on the bikeway – it’s that simple.
Join over 20,000 people and become a member of Cycling Brisbane. It’s free to join and you’ll receive a monthly e-newsletter with information about new bikeways, plus discounts at bike shops and other retailers.
Follow Brisbane City Council on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with what’s happening.
The ‘In Your Neighbourhood (Kedron Brook Bikeway)’ project is supported by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.