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.
The headlines were about "dodgy cyclists", not the key measure involved.
Being known as a 'middle-aged man in Lycra' can be very restrictive.
Forming two lines can be good for bike riders - and motorists, too.
It's a blurry line that varies from state to state, but safety is the key concern.
Juggling showers, clothes and traffic make cycling to work a wild ride.
It's one of the more common questions asked about bike riders.
When is it OK for a cyclist to give other riders unsolicited advice? Or criticism?
The joys of visiting a nation where two-wheeled transport is the norm.
Actively encouraged in some states, outlawed in others. Should it be allowed?
Roadside monuments are more than memorials: they remind us we're all flesh and blood.
It's a race with a rich history, but which events in recent memory stand out most?