Cycling Brisbane can 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 people who ride, walk and drive. Remember that in Queensland, it is legal to ride on the footpath provided you keep left and give way to pedestrians.
Many bikeways are shared paths, and people riding bikes are required to give way to other users such as people walking.
You can ride on roads in Brisbane. Find out about the space people driving need to give you when sharing the road.
The rules of good mountain biking are simple: look after yourself, be respectful of others and take care of the area you’re in.
Learn about cycling rules, signs and road markings used on cycle paths and bike tracks to keep cyclists and pedestrians safe.
If you ride a bike for work, there are several things you can do to keep yourself safe while on Brisbane’s transport networks.
Find out what tools, free workshops and guidance is available to help keep you safe as you ride on Brisbane’s roads.