Writing on a topic so often dominated by emotive opinion and knee-jerk reaction, Michael O’Reilly has become one of Australia’s most respected voices on cycling issues and has won a Cycling Promotion Fund media award.
It's surely one of the more contentious road rules in Australia but it has its benefits.
It's been one of the more enduring concerns for men who have taken up cycling in the past couple of decades.
Amid all the controversy, people are quietly reaping the benefits.
An Australian-made documentary sets out to explore the passion many middle-aged men have for cycling.
Cycling organisations are campaigning for NSW and Victoria to change their cycling rules.
With e-bikes, the real giveaway is the momentum a rider can obtain without too much visible effort.
It's the topic that generates strenuous disagreement among avid cyclists and non-riders alike.
Losing a key part of your life makes you realise how much it means to you.
It can be frustrating to be abused for doing the wrong thing when you know you're not.
"Start paying for using the roads or keep coping [sic] abuse and 2inch flybys."
A change in one state's road rules has brought up some interesting questions.