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.
Frenzied feedback about some untested drawings tells us a lot about attitudes to cycling in this country.
Dealing with parked cars can be one of the great challenges of urban cycling.
Ah, cycling shoes. They're so elegant when you're on a bike - but they can be really awkward when you're not.
This phone foolishness on our roads scares me most when I ride my bike.
Wacky races aside, many people find it's just quicker and easier than other options.
Open any cycling topic for comments and there'll be more venom than a nest of vipers.
Riding around Copenhagen is a stark reminder of how far behind is our bike culture.
Urban mobility expert talks about bike sharing, helmets, traffic and 'avid cyclists advocating avidly'.
With a bike, some camping gear and a set of middle-aged legs, Michael O'Reilly goes on a roll through Scandinavia.
Avoiding excess baggage charges and breakages can be a tricky skill to master.
It was only after we’d done about 20 kilometres together that I noticed my new cycling partner had a rear-view mirror on his bicycle.