Member Profiles

BICYCLE TASMANIA
CSIRO BUG
CYCLING SOUTH
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES BICYCLE USERS GROUP
DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE, ENERGEY & RESOURCES BUG
HEALTHY TRANSPORT HOBART
HOBART BIKE KITCHEN
HOBART CITY COUNCIL
KINGBOROUGH BICYCLE USERS GROUP
BICYCLE TASMANIA NORTH WEST
SAFER ROADS FOR CYCLISTS
TAMAR BICYCLE USERS GROUP 


BIKE TAS 


Bicycle Tasmania

A state-wide non profit volunteer bicycle advocacy group which was founded to promote cycling to all levels of the community. Social rides and activities are run regularly but are predominately held in the south. Membership is open to all cyclists and includes third-party and bicycle accident insurance for individuals and families.

Contact:

Post: PO Box 1814, Hobart, Tas 7001

Email: info@biketas.org.au

Website: www.biketas.org.au

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Cycling South


CyclingSouth is a regional cycling body comprised of the five Councils in the Southern metropolitan area of Tasmania – Hobart, Glenorchy, Brighton, Clarence and Kingborough. The member councils are working towards developing and improving infrastructure such as pathways, bike lanes, sealed shoulders and end of trip facilities. CyclingSouth continues to develop programs that encourage more people to enjoy riding their bikes and plays an advocacy role for cycling at all levels of government.

Contact:

Post: PO Box 708, Glenorchy, Tas 7010

Email: info@cyclingsouth.org

Website: www.cyclingsouth.org

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DHHS BUG 
Department of Health and Human Services Bicycle User Group

DHHS BUG

Contact:

Email: dhhsbicycleusersgroup@dhhs.tas.gov.au

Contact:

C/o Physiotherapy Department, Royal Hobart Hospital

Lance House 6222 8634 (work reception)

 

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Healthy Transport Hobart

Healthy Transport Hobart is a voluntary health advocacy group for safer cycling and walking transport environments in the greater Hobart region made up of university students and professionals. The group regularly makes submissions to consultations and planning processes in relation to bicycle and pedestrian friendly changes and support Hobart’s monthly Courteous Critical Mass ride by investigating different routes, inviting celebrities, requesting police presence and offering free bike maintenance, tyre air, fresh fruit and spot prizes.

Contact:

Email: healthytransporthobart@yahoo.com.au

Website: http://healthytransporthobart.org/

 

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Hobart Bike Kitchen

Hobart Bike Kitchen is:

  • a means of recycling old bikes and parts into usable bicycles
  • a resource of information and tools to keep your bike maintained or to get it back on the road again.
  • a promoter of cycling and healthy transport
  • a provider of bikes to those who are unable to get a bike by other means

We are a non profit group of people who love bikes and who want to share our passion..

Contact:

Email: hobartbikekitchen@gmail.com

Website: http://hobartbikekitchen.org/

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Stuart Baird - Sustainable Transport Officer



Kingborough Bicycle User Group


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Bicycle Tasmania North West BUG

Formerly the North West Cycling Group Inc, BT North West BUG was established to fill the need for new and experienced cyclists who do not want to be competitive, to encourage people to get on their bikes for health and social reasons, and to promote safer cycling in the community. They run regular social rides and produce a monthly newsletter.


Contact:

Post: NWRCGi, PO Box 29, Wynyard, Tas, 7325

Email: contact@nwrcgi.org


 

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Safer Roads for Cyclists 

A road safety advocacy group based in Burnie which meets quarterly. The aim of the group is to work specifically towards improving the safety of cyclists in the region. Members include representatives from local government, Department of Infrastructure, Energy & Resources, racing cycling groups and recreational cycling groups.

Contact:

Email:

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Tamar Bicycle Users Group

T-Bug is an incorporated not for profit organisation working towards building a strong cycling community whilst increasing cycle awareness and safety in Launceston and around the Tamar region. Activities range from organising social rides and bike maintenance workshops to representing cyclists in local government decisions regarding cycling infrastructure and lobbying at state and federal levels.

Contact:

Post: PO Box 5059 Launceston, Tas 7250

Email: contact@tbug.org.au

Website http://www.tbug.org.au/

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