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.
Cycling's quiet achievers: Never mind the Tour, these are the bike riders who inspire me.
With separated bike paths, protective legislation and a bike share program, there's a lot to be said for cycling in Queensland's capital.
Cycling issues are creating a lot of noise at the moment. Is it a good thing?
City cycle ways are providing safety for cyclists while helping to reduce congestion, new data shows.
Some are all about the bike. In others, bicycles drive and amplify human drama.
It's not that I don't have anything to say - it's that I have so much to say, so many questions to ask, that I simply don't know where to start.
As the car hit my bicycle from behind, a strange thought flashed through my mind.
It's iIllegal in some states, perfectly acceptable in others. Even then, should you?
Is there a powerful lobby for cycling in Australia, or are messages being lost due to too many voices?
After a rash of nasty incidents it's good to remember what's great about cycling.
Do police take cyclists' complaints seriously, or is it hard to get the law on your side as a bicyclist?