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.
A change in one state's road rules has brought up some interesting questions.
A new report challenges the perception that cyclists crash with motor vehicles because of the way they ride.
There are many ways to have a cycling holiday, on a sliding scale of easy to epic.
Imagine if more drivers knew what it was like to ride a bike on a road that's busy with cars?
A half-dozen situations from the inconvenient to the unnerving that might resonate with any cyclist.
A TV promotion tackles cycling for transport head-on, showing the rough, the smooth and the rewards.
Need a tune to hum while riding along on your bicycle? Here are some unexpected suggestions.
What exactly is an official "bike lane"? It can be confusing - and some cycle groups say the laws should change.
Things learned by trial and error - or discomfort - are often the ones we savour the most.
The curious 'Dutch reach' is an easy technique that some experts insist saves lives.
These are the items that don't turn up in catalogues – but I want them.