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.
Do police take cyclists' complaints seriously, or is it hard to get the law on your side as a bicyclist?
What's so good about having smooth pins? There's only one way to find out for sure.
Even if you didn't do anything wrong, you're to blame for the actions of any cyclist.
Blaring horns are a constant but welcome companion on a bicycle in Sri Lanka.
Parental fears on road safety are robbing many children of the benefits of bike riding.
Motorists will have to be extra careful around cyclists in one Australian state.
A bicycle accident can be confusing and shocking. Here's what to do if you have one.
Do media reports that are highly critical of cycling help to stir up dangerous animosity on our roads?
The challenges are many but the benefits of representation could be massive.
There's no easy way to say - but there are a few questions you should ask yourself first.
A power-assisted bicycle is one way to keep fresh during the daily cycle commute to work.