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.
When it comes to cycling, Tony Abbott has been a man of action, not advocacy. Now that he's got the top job, a change is in order.
Reports of "war on our roads" against "cockroaches on wheels" are countered by good news stories like this one.
Poor design and execution means some infrastructure designed to help cyclists does just the opposite.
The driver had deliberately rammed my bicycle's back wheel. What was I to do?
Just because you ride a bicycle regularly, should you care about bike racing?
A watershed moment looms for Le Tour when it begins in Corsica on Saturday.
Indicating when cycling is a vital tool, but there can be times when it's safer not to.
Epic race, magical tour or just a lovely commute - what's your most enjoyable cycling experience?
After the death of a Brisbane cyclist, does the advisory one-metre rule need to become a law?
You probably don't need to kit up like a Tour de France competitor to trundle down to the shop.
Why is the gender imbalance so stark among the lycra-clad set?