Pedal Update: May 2015 newsletter

The latest edition of our newsletter Pedal Update is available to read online , see the newsletters link above, or as a PDF document here.  

Notice of AGM

Another year has passed, so here’s the formal notice of our AGM that as an incorporated body we are required to hold.

BISA Annual General Meeting

Tuesday May 12 at 7.30 pm.

Conservation Centre,

111 Franklin St, Adelaide

Pedal Update, April 2015 - our now monthly newsletter

Welcome to BISA’s monthly Pedal Update In our last Pedal Update we said that we would be producing our newsletter on a monthly basis from now on. Expect shorter, pithier documents that do what the title of the newsletter says, update you on goings on in the world of bicycle advocacy.

Read the latest edition of Pedal Update

The latest edition of our newsletter Pedal Update as a virtual magazine below or download as a PDF via this link. Read older editions on our newsletter page

Radio interview on Citizens Jury

The Citizens Jury radio interview with BISA Chairperson, Ian Radbone on Nov 10th 2014 is available - HERE
Or listen to the audio file - HERE

Australian Cycling Conference 2015 date announced and wider brief

Following the great success of Velo-City Global 2014 in Adelaide, what was formerly known as the Australian Cycling Conference is pleased to announce the 2015 annual conference will be in July with a new name and wider brief - the Australian Walking and Cycling Conference (AWCC).

Pedal Update Spring 2014 Edition out now - The Coastal Path in Charles - Sturt, Bike Boulevards and more

The new edition of our quarterly newsletter Pedal Update is out now.

And now for something completely different - a great Xmas present idea

Support the Bicycle Institute while enjoying a wickedly good read! Fairly Wicked Tales is a new anthology of 23 re-writings of fables and fairy tales, debuting at #64 in Amazon's top 100.  In support of the Bicycle Institute's recent change to a free membership model, contributing author Fay Patterson is donating profits from sales of the book to the Bicycle Institute.

SA Council election candidates and cycling

Thank you to Heather of Adelaide BUG, who collated the draft info on Council candidates, what they have to say, and how to contact them. BISA edited the final spreadsheet.

Mike Turter Bike Path at Glenelg gets an upgrade for safety

DEPT have written to the Bicycle Institute to let us know they are improving the cycling walking facilities around Jetty Rd, Brighton Rd and Maxwell Tce at Glenelg.

There are a list of improvment in the letter but to summarise they are improving crossing and access to footpaths in the area. 

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